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Schedule and Registration for Pathfinder Society events held in Richmond, VA. Please be aware of the location of your event. It'll help us schedule games if you use the online scenario tracker!
Please sign up for Sunday events at Dragon's Den no later than 5:00 PM the Friday before the event is scheduled to take place. This helps us plan out tables and ensure we have enough GMs available for everyone to find a seat at the table.
Pathfinder Society Organized Play Rules
Please be familiar with the Pathfinder Society Guide to Organized Play (available free from Paizo here: Guide to Organized Play)
In addition, all players are expected to bring:
- Core Rule Book
- All appropriate paperwork (chronicle sheets and inventory tracking sheets) for the character you are playing
- A copy of the current Additional Resources PDF (if needed)
- A copy of any additional rulebooks you are using (either the original book or a watermarked pdf with your name on it).
Any player not bringing the appropriate resources will be asked to play a pregen instead.
Richmond, VA Pathfinder Society Community Standards
1. The Golden Rule - Behave Appropriately
Please be aware that Richmond PFS game days are public games held in public locations. Keep your language, actions and other behaviors at a reasonable standard. While you don't have to act like you're having a holiday dinner with your grandparents, please refrain from engaging in activities that could be reasonably be considered harmful or offensive to another person, such as using profanity, making offensive jokes or otherwise disrespecting players. You may or may not know every player at your table and what they're comfortable with, but you probably don't know the people wandering around the shop or curiously watching. Please respect our hosting stores and recognize that your behavior reflects on them.
2. Harassment and Discrimination
PFS Richmond does not tolerate bullying, harassment or discrimination by or against players for any reason. If you feel that someone has been harassing you, please contact an event organizer or Venture Officer , either in person or via our email address at email@example.com. If you see someone harassing people or engaging in discriminatory acts, please inform an event organizer or Venture Officer immediately. We take all reports seriously.
3. We're All In This Together
Not only should you abide by these rules, you should also hold other members of the community up to the same standards. If you see someone violating any of these standards, talk to them! If you're uncomfortable talking to them, let an event organizer or Venture Officer know.
4. Respect Our Host Stores
Our host stores generously offer us table space and event day support. Please make sure that you respect any store policies and that you leave the game area better than you found it. In addition, recognize that your behavior reflects both positively and negatively on the host store.
5. No Adult Topics
Some players are interested in games that touch on more mature topics, including drugs and sexual activity. Public gamedays are not the appropriate opportunity for such themes, so we encourage you to find other players who are interested in such topics and form a home game where everyone can be on board with the topics covered. If it isn't appropriate for a PG (or PG-13 in limited cases) movie, it isn't appropriate for the public gameday.
The Dragon's Den
4336 Pouncey Tract Rd
Glen Allen, VA 23059
13176 Midlothian Turnpike
Midlothian, VA 23113
3104 W Cary St
Richmond, VA, US 23221