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EVENT

INTRO TO CALL OF CTHULHU

This workshop will introduce you to the world of Call of Cthulhu the tabletop roleplaying game

Date

Oct 29 2021

Time

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location

Rolling Tales
14263 23 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Cost

$5.00
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"Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn"

Just in time for the spooky Halloween season!

Instructor: Brent Jans

This is an introductory workshop idea for adults 18+.

Cost: $5

In Call of Cthulhu investigators come from all walks of life: from journalists, librarians, and school teachers, to private eyes, taxi drivers, and hobos. They face mysteries that cannot be explained by rational or scientific means and which concern ancient and forgotten lore that humanity was not meant to know.

This workshop will introduce you to the world of Call of Cthulhu the tabletop roleplaying game. Included will be lore and history to enrich your game, the basics of the rules, and tips and trick for playing this system with your home group!

Questions? Get in touch: yourfriends@rollingtales.ca

About the Instructor:

Brent Jans has played tabletop games for a little over forty years and loved every moment of it. He loves discussing roleplaying games and their history, and you can find him talking about TTRPGs in general on his own website, renaissancegamer.ca, and over at the gaming review site therathole.ca. Brent has also been a freelance editor of TTRPGs for over fifteen years. Currently he is hard at work on the upcoming Court of Blades for The Two Drakes, as well as Heroic Chord for local game designer Peach Garden Games. You can follow his tabletop shenanigans on Twitter at @DorklordCanada

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination, vaccine exemption, or negative test within 72 hours of the workshop is required. Thank you.

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