If you're a fan of the Ravenloft setting, then this is the group for you. A home for all those things that go bump in the night - or in the day - and those who love them. Here are the fog drenched forests; the chill winds murmuring through castle ruins; the howl of the wolf upon the moor; the whisper of bat's wings; and the glittering eyes in the dark.
Ravenloft. Come for the nightlife... and stay forever.
This group is for anyone who plays Star Wars Games. From the miniatures game, to any version of the rpg, to any other Star Wars game; this group is for those players.
Members can use this group to promote their local groups, find players, announce special events and to coordinate for large conventions
Okay...not to step on anybody's toes here, because I know Ironlightsaber made a "Star Wars Players" group...but that's for the RPG, the minis /and/ the card game. I wanted one just for the RPG. In fact, it was Ironlightsaber who suggested I start this group...so...all you Saga Edition players and GMs are invited! Let the group stuff begin!!!
P.S.: I have no idea what I'm doing, so if anybody wants to be a mod or something, be my guest.
This guild is for both rpg designers, board and card game designers and enthusiasts.
Need a place to go where you can hang out with others who are trying to break into the industry, develop your latest game, figure out your next move, brainstorm with like minds, troubleshoot an idea, share news, trends and network with others? This is the place!
What this place isn't: We're not out to snag your ideas (in fact, feel free not to be specific with an idea, game you have under development or specific game mechanics. That's not what this is about.
Having a hard time getting playtesters? Need some advice on how to finish your game or even get started, what NDA's are and other industry-related info, rumors, etc.? Need encouragement or just want to share links, network and make new friends, hear about what doesn't seem to work, what does, and and what's hot?
A loser isn't someone who fails at doing something. A loser is someone who refuses to get back up after a failure. The game industry is a tough nut to crack. Want to improve your odds? Let's leave our egos at the door, create a friendly environment where enthusiasts and designers can hang out, and see how we can help each other move forward and beat the odds.