Saturday RPGs at Organized Play!

It’s time for Saturday RPGs at the store – here’s the blurb for both games being played this weekend – one 4th edition, one Pathfinder. Both games have openings, so feel free to come on down! Estimated time on both is four hours.

The first kicks off at 10:30 a.m., hosted by Ken Austin. It’s part of the Pathfinder Society campaign, and uses the Pathfinder ruleset (otherwise known as 3.75). If you’re at all familiar with 3.0 or 3.5 D&D, you’ll have no problem getting accustomed to the rules system! Here’s the description for the event:

Come one, come all! This Saturday, October 24th! For one day, and one day only! The Organized Play Pathfinder Society of Knoxville presents, “The Frozen Fingers of Midnight!” Don’t miss this tour de force of derring-do by the Rambling Scribe himself, Craig Shackleton!

Listen to what the reviewers had to say!

“Good time had by all!” – 5/5 Robert Moyer

“Great fun!” – 5/5 – Acev

“The best at GenCon!” – 5/5 Douglas Hirt

“Gamers are losers!” – 0/5 – Lorraine Williams (Yikes! Who let HER in here? SECURITY!)

Be at Organized Play in downtown Knoxville at 10:30 AM this Saturday. Character creation starts at 10 AM.

The second one’s hosted by Jay Anderson, and kicks off at 3 p.m. – so you can play both, if you want! It’s part of the RPGA Living campaign called Living Forgotten Realms, and it’s a great way to get involved in 4th Edition. Here’s the details:

Your party is sent to investigate allegations of Netherese activity near the city of Arabel: A dark rider commanding legions of shadow. Can you turn back the tide before it’s too late? A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in Cormyr for characters levels 1-4.


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