While ARC Inc. runs a number of table top days, murder mysteries and LARPs within Adelaide, we are by no means the only organisation around. You can learn more about what’s available by checking out the links below.
TABLETOP ROLEPLAYING ORGANISATIONS
Pathfinder Society Organized Play is a worldwide fantasy roleplaying campaign that puts YOU in the role of an agent of the Pathfinder Society, a legendary league of explorers, archaeologists, and adventurers dedicated to discovering and chronicling the greatest mysteries and wonders of an ancient world beset by magic and evil. Play is organized into Seasons, throughout which the actions and achievements of you and your fellow Pathfinders create an ongoing storyline. You can find information on their upcoming events on the Warhorn web-site.
Pop Club SA is a social club and space for pop culture enthusiasts dedicated to roleplaying games (RPGs) and Trading Card Games (TCGs). You can contact Johnathan Heng to run a game of Force of Will or Buddyfight at Arena Internet Cafe on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays. On Tuesday nights you can catch Kosta Karatsinidis running RPGs at Mayo Cafe on the Adelaide Uni City Campus.
You can find drop in games on the 1st and 3rd Thursday every month at Greenlight comics from 3-6 pm. On the second Tuesday of each month you can find the Dungeons & Dragons & Drinking group who meet at the Worldsend pub from 5pm-10pm.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Facebook page.
ConCentric Games is a weekend of tabletop gaming in a social, family-friendly environment. It’s held once a year in Adelaide, South Australia. Close to the beautiful Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale wine regions – even if you’re not there to play, there are ample opportunities to taste the local produce and to enjoy the sights and sounds. You can also followed them on Facebook.
Campbelltown Library provide a venue and event assistance for a wide variety of board game and roleplaying games on a regular basis. It’s worth keeping an eye on what they have available as their line up can regularly change.
This is a free come and try group meets at Tea Tree Gully Library every Saturday, 1-5 PM. It includes tabletop RPG games, card games, and board games. They have weekly one session games to give people the opportunity to try new things.
The SCLW is sponsored through the Flinders University tabletop ‘und’ roleplay enthusiasts society which caters to current Flinders students, alumni and fellow gamers wherever they may hail from. The core ideal of the living world is to indirectly link several games together within the Forgotten Realms setting using the Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition rules. This facilitates an inter-player economy, player mobility between tables and coordinated multi-group events. Currently SCLW has 5 active tables running with 30 players in game and 70 registered members. SCLW is always looking to take on more enthusiastic players and dungeon masters of any experience level interested in involving themselves within an expanded and collaborative experience.
For further details please don’t hesitate to contact Chris at 0413 386 206.
LIVE ACTION ROLEPLAY ORGANISATIONS
If you’re a fan of gothic horror where you get to play the monster in a thrilling World of Darkness, then you’re in luck. This is an international organisation where you can not only play with others online but can also travel to venues in other cities and keep the very same character. Beyond the Sunset currently runs two genres in Adelaide:
Mage: the Awakening. You portray a person who has awakened to the hidden mysteries of the world and now must use every trick they know to cope with the secretive conspiracies that lurk beneath the skin of the world. Contact the Game Master.
Vampire: the Requiem. You have been Embraced into the world of vampires, either now or centuries ago, and must now contend with a few dozen equally blood thirsty monsters as you seek political power and the dominance of your own faction’s ideologies in a darker version of Adelaide. Contact the Game Master.
If you’re keen to get involved with some foam swinging fun, practicing your melee and ranged fighting skills in a range of different encounters and events, look no further. While this game has no roleplaying elements, it is a fantastic battle sport.