RPG Events

RPG Events at Breakout 2017

Breakout 2017 is offering a ton of tabletop role-playing events for you to participate in! No experience necessary. All materials will be provided. This is a great chance to try a role-playing game for the first time! Talk to our staff at the RPG sign up table to find the game that’s right for you. Below is a sample of some of the events that we will be featuring:

Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers League Organized Play

The D&D Adventurers League is an ongoing official organized play campaign for Dungeons & Dragons. It uses the fifth edition of the Dungeons & Dragons rules, and features the Forgotten Realms setting. Create your very first D&D character or bring your favourite seasoned Adventurers League character to any one of our 40+ adventure league events. All experience levels welcome!

Fai Chen’s Fantastical Faire – Magical Item Trading Post

Fai Chen and his mule-driven cart have made their way to Breakout 2017, where you’ll have the opportunity to trade for and purchase magical wares from across Faerun at Fai Chen’s Fantastical Faire.

Fai Chen’s Fantastical Faire is the D&D Adventures League trading post. At the Faire, players may trade permanent magic items certificates and may purchase consumable item certificates. Fai Chen’s inventory changes over time, and there is only so much that can fit in his cart and that his mule can pull. Therefore, the items available at the Faire change over time and are only available in limited quantities.

At Breakout, be sure to watch the passes, city gates, market towns, and city squares for a certain small mule-driven cart, a snickering Shou man in his late 30s with short-cropped black hair and dark green eyes. He might be accompanied by a blue faerie dragon named Drandledrew or his sagacious cousin Mei Fun. If you see them, you can count on magical wonders from all across the Realms being offered soon!

Gaming By Storm

Gaming by Storm is coming to Breakout 2017! It’s like speed dating for roleplaying games. The event runs on Saturday 2pm to 6pm.

Five games. Four hours. Gaming by Storm challenges you to play a game an hour. The games begin at the top of each hour. How many can you try in this four hour tournament?

Play as many as you can in a four hour whirlwind. No experience necessary. All equipment provided.

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