RPGKC Game Events

Kansas City, MO, US
SlotScenarioPlayersGMs
11am-3pm
GMT-05

Board Game
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The Towers of Arkhanos is a dice drafting, tower building game for 2 to 4 players. Fast and fun family game that plays in about 20 to 30 minutes.

GAME OBJECTIVES

In The Towers of Arkhanos, players must jointly build arcane towers to channel the power of past civilizations. For this, your master and apprentices must use magic stones (dice) and apply abilities written in the book of magic, acquiring prestige and becoming the magician with incredible reputation in the kingdom.

The player will control one of the magic schools(different colors) from the realms of Drunagor and try and build the magic towers in order to gain more prestige points to be appointed the greatest wizard of the realm.

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Board Game
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Various Board games, list games that you have which you are interested in, what you would like to play, and any you can bring for others.

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Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition
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Character levels 1-5

Written by RPGKC Collective

"Hail and well met, travelers! I trust the last few tendays have been kind to you on your journey! Welcome to Waterdeep, the City of Splendors, the Jewel of the North, and a city of great opportunity!"

Come join us in our monthly living campaign focusing on Waterdeep. We'll be using original and repurposed content to explore the Forgotten Realms' most detailed locale. New characters start at level one (sad trombone sound), but the table will be mixed.

New players of all sorts welcomed and encouraged! Whedon's Law applies. ;)

Note: Not AL legal.

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Gamma World
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Written by WOTC

In the fall of 2012, scientists at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, embarked on a
new series of high-energy experiments. No one knows exactly what they were attempting to do, but
a little after 3 P.M. on a Thursday afternoon came the Big Mistake. Something unexpected happened,
and in the blink of an eye, many possible universes all condensed into a single reality.

In some of these universes, little had changed; it didn't make a big difference which team won
the 2011 World Series, for example. In other universes, there were more important divergences: The
Gray Emissary, who was carrying gifts of advanced technology, wasn't shot down at Roswell in 1947,
the Black Death didn't devastate the known world in the 14th century, the dinosaurs didn't die out,
Nikolai Tesla did conquer the world with a robot army, and so on. The Cold War went nuclear in 83
percent of the possible universes, and in 3 percent of the possible universes, the French unloaded
their entire nuclear arsenal on the town of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, because it had to be done. When
reality stabilized again, an instant after the Big Mistake, the familiar Earth of the 21st century was
replaced by one formed from many different realities.

The year is now 2162 (or 151, or 32,173, or Six Monkey Slap-Slap, depending on your point of view).
It's been a hundred and fifty years since the Big Mistake, and the Earth is a very different place. The
ruins of the Ancients (that's you and me) litter a landscape of radioactive deserts, mutated jungles,
and vast, unexplored wildernesses. Strange new creatures, such as beetles the size of cars and super-
evolved badgers with Napoleonic complexes, roam the world. The survivors of humanity gather in
primitive tribes or huddle in trade towns that rarely rise above the technology of the Dark Ages. Even
the nature of humanity is now different, because generations of exposure to radiation, mutagens,
and the debris of other realities have transformed humans into a race of mutants who have major
physical alterations and potent mental abilities.

This is the world of the D&D GAMMA WORLD Roleplaying Game 7e. It's a world of dangerous mutant
monsters, jungle-grown ruins of the cities of the Ancients, and mysterious artifacts of awesome tech-
nology. It's your world to survive, to explore, and to conquer-if you're up to the challenge.

Open for all, no experience needed. Character creation is mostly random and will be done at the start. This is a not serious game. Lots of unfair random awesome things will happen. Good luck

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3-7pm
GMT-05

Board Game
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Batman Gotham City Chronicles is a scenario-based miniatures board game where 2 to 4 players control the Dark Knight and his allies in their never-ending battle against crime through an asymmetrical and open game system.

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Board Game
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Various Board games, list games that you have which you are interested in, what you would like to play, and any you can bring for others.

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Board Game
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Plunge into the glittering sea to recover exotic treasures from a seafloor overflowing with pirate shipwrecks. Send your divers to the deep, but be careful; moving too close to other divers lets them get in on the haul too! Gather lost loot and beached baubles to assemble museum exhibits and construct eye-popping aquariums... but don't forget to save the best bits for your personal collection!

Wreck Raiders is an innovative dice-drafting worker placement system. Choose a die from the pool, then send one of your divers to any spot on the board with that number. But be warned: the spot you choose will help any diver in the spots next to you, whether they’re friendly or not. Will you risk letting a rival in on your haul to get that treasure you want, or can you find a way to grab yourself some extra loot?

Display your treasures to build museum exhibits, or send them to your vault for huge scoring opportunities... Don’t forget to visit the beach nearby to gather washed-up baubles and spend them to build awesome aquariums. (All sea creatures are treated ethically and released into the wild; also, they are cardboard tiles.)

When the game ends, you’ll earn coins for your exhibits, your vault, and your aquariums. The player with the most coins wins!

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Shadowrun Fifth Edition
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Written by RPGKC Collective

"Shoot straight. Conserve ammor. And never, ever, deal with a dragon."

Welcome to the Shadows, chummer!

Come join us in our monthly living campaign focusing on Seattle. We'll be using original and repurposed content to explore the Sixth World's most detailed locale. New players are welcome, starting at beginning karma (sad trombone sound), but the table will be mixed. Pregenerated characters will be available, but players are encouraged to bring custom characters.

New players of all sorts welcomed and encouraged! Whedon's Law applies. ;)

Note: Not Missions legal.

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