The Gamers Guild is moving in 2017, because the City of Perth is closing the Rod Evans Community Centre.
Our new venue will be the Cyril Jackson Recreation Centre in Bassendean, close to Tonkin Highway and in easy walking distance from Ashfield Station on the Midland train line.
We’ll be maintaining the same opening hours and operating schedule as before.
Go to the Location and Parking page for full details!
The Gamers Guild will be Closed on December 24th (Christmas Eve) and December 31st (New Years Eve). Starting January 7th (the first Saturday of 2017), the Guild be at a new venue, because the City of Perth will no longer be operating the Rod Evans Senior Citizen Center. The new venue will be advertised once finalised.
Please spread the word with other players in your games.
As we’ve been announcing at Guild meetings, the next Gamers Guild AGM will be held at 1 pm on Saturday August 13th at our usual venue, the Rod Evans Senior Citizens Centre.
There are plenty of committee positions open for anyone who is keen to improve the Guild!
We’ve currently got a spot or two open in a new game of “Blades In The Dark”, an industrial fantasy crime game.
The game is a Kickstarter project and currently available in “Early Access” form. Its rules emphasize narrative and theme. Rules material will be provided to anyone who wants to play.
The game is running in Week A Evening sessions (so, fortnightly, as of July 9th, starting at roughly 7 pm).
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest.
More info about the game:
The Guild will be closed Saturday 2nd July, because the Rod Evans Center will be in use as a polling place for the Federal election.
Tell your friends!
The Dungeons and Dragons Adventurers League is coming to the Gamers Guild.
This organized play campaign for Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition allows you to create a character and play at multiple venues in Perth. There are already venues in Rockingham, Cannington, Midland, and Joondalup, and now central Perth.
The first two sessions are scheduled for February 20th and March 5th, in the afternoon sessions (12.30 pm to 6:00 pm).
Please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place in the games, or for more information.
Just letting you know that the Guild will be closed on March 19th, 2016.
The calendar has been updated accordingly.
There are two games at the Guild currently looking for more players!
David Forde is starting a new game of Pathfinder, and is looking for a total of 3 to 5 players, with 2 currently signed up. The game will be running fortnightly in the afternoon (starting roughly 12:30 pm), first session on 10th October if possible (Week B Afternoon in our calendar). Beginning players welcome. Contact David on 0415 905 275, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, we have a game of “Fate of the Norns: Ragnarok” actively looking for up to two more players. “Fate of the Norns: Ragnarok” is a Viking fantasy RPG featuring heavily tactical combat and heroes capable of near super-human feats. It uses a unique set of rules based on Viking rune tiles rather than dice. Rune sets can be supplied, you don’t need your own. No experience necessary, but some tolerance for learning rules is recommended. Contact Steven Morris (email@example.com) for more details. This game runs in Week B Evening sessions.
As communicated at the Guild, the next Gamers Guild AGM will be held on Saturday August 15th, at 1 pm.
Nominations for committee positions (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Librarian, Subalterns) will be accepted via email at the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pathfinder Society will also be running Open Day games at the Gamers Guild, on April 18th. These games are specially designed as an introduction to roleplaying games and the Pathfinder Society.
As well as introductory roleplaying games, the Pathfinder Society will be running demonstration games of the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game.
Pathfinder Society Quest: The Silverhex Chronicles
A series of six Quests designed for 1st-level characters.
When the daring half-orc scholar Ulisha enrages a noble family in the River Kingdoms, she contacts the PCs with a special deal: she will sell them a unique and ancient druidic relic at a steep discount to secure the gold she needs to pay off her bounty. By the time the PCs arrive to meet her, she has gone into hiding. However, she has left behind a journal full of profitable leads as a sign of good faith. Can the PCs recover this hidden wealth and claim the powerful Silverhex before an assassin finds their friend?
The Silverhex Chronicles includes six, 1-hour adventures that take the PCs to a graveyard in Gralton, a mist-choked forest in Ustalav, a brainwashed village in Razmiran, an ancient crash site in Numeria, and the perilous city of Daggermark. Experience the adventures in any order to create a unique story.
Pathfinder Adventure Card Guild Adventure 0-1: Lost at Sea
After being ruthlessly press-ganged by some bloodthirsty pirates from the Isles of the Shackles, you and your newfound allies have risen up in mutiny to throw your captor captain and his scurvy mates overboard, and taken their merchantman vessel as your own. With no set destination in mind, and little to no experience with the privateer’s way of life, you set sail to explore the western frontiers of the Inner Sea. You’ll encounter sharks, ghosts, freaky denizens of the deep, and worst of all—other pirates.
These games are being brought to the Gamers Guild Open Day thanks to the assistance of the Perth Pathfinder Society.