With Thanks to the Game Parlor in Chantilly, VA for the space.
I’ll post pictures from the event here.
A table run by @SlyFlourish
This is what the game board looks like for theater of the mind ….
Where are the Cheetoes (R)?
Some have questioned why we do public game days rather than just play at home. How about this:
That’s a lot of gamers.
That’s four tables-worth of friends, and that’s because 24 people is all we could fit. We’ll do this once per month at 3-4 different sites in the Washington, DC area and have a full house every time.
And then there’s Dinner with Gamers.
Dinner with Gamers. Yum. (The food, that is; not the gamers.)
Thanks for playing, everyone!
As you may already know, we opened player signup for our 7/26 game day at the Game Parlor in Chantilly, Virginia. Within 12 hours, every slot on all four tables was filled. For those that wanted to play but couldn’t get signed up, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll see what we can do. In the mean time, consider showing up for Dinner with Gamers taking place immediately after our event at the Ruby Tuesday’s across the parking lot from the Game Parlor.
The schedule has a new link: http://schedule.gamerssyndicate.net/. Make sure to update your bookmarks. Also, I want to remind everyone that this blog is where we’ll be making announcements with respect to all of our events, so please make sure to subscribe to it. In addition to announcing dates and times for future game days, we’ll talk about what games we’ll be offering, how you can schedule your own games, and our plans to expand the schedule to include game days at sites other than the ones we manage ourselves.
Until next time, happy gaming!
— Rob Bodine