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Kansas City, MO, US
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Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition D&D Adventurers League Season 1-8
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Character levels 1-5

Written by Richard Baker, Christopher Perkins

Everything you need to start playing the world’s greatest roleplaying game.

Explore subterranean labyrinths! Plunder hoards of treasure! Battle legendary monsters!

The Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set is your gateway to action-packed stories of the imagination. This box contains the essential rules of the game plus everything you need to play heroic characters on perilous adventures in worlds of fantasy.

New to D&D? Test the waters with this intro adventure. Pre-gens provided, but if the group wishes we can create new characters from scratch.

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Numenera
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Character level 1

Written by Wade Tripp

The iron winds are coming, dangerous winds across the lands of Numenera. A scientist has found a way to stop it and protect the city. He needs you to bring it from the small village that he was making it to the city. But it is rather large and will need some help to get it to the city.

Designed to simplify and create a character for Numenera and an adventure with the basics to explore the world.

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Pathfinder 1st Edition
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Character level 7

Written by James Jacobs

The party finally has a lead on where to find Xanesha. Time to find out what she's after.

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2:30-6:30pm
GMT-05

Board Game
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Scythe is a 4x game (explore, expand, exploit, exterminate) set in an alternate-history, 1920s Eastern Europe. Scythe tells the stories of 5 factions competing over an unclaimed patch of land surrounding the mysterious Factory.

The most anticipated game of 2016 https://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/204134/final-results-20-most-anticipated-games-2016 If it comes in on time, expect to play the Art Connosisseur Scythe (Pending arrival)

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Shadowrun Fifth Edition
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We'll be running Shadowrun Fifth Edition and the scenarios will vary based on experience level of the players present. Mostly official Missions organized play. If mostly new players are at the table, we will play intro adventures with simplified rules. If mostly experienced players are at the table we'll do more involved scenarios and no one will walk away alive. Um, did I say that out loud?

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