International Tabletop Day Numenera Game
This Saturday, April 11th is International Tabletop Day. In order to celebrate I am hosting a game of Numenera at Kessel Run Games in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. To get in the spirit of ITTD I am opening the game to anyone. Never heard of Numenera? No problem. Never roleplayed before? No problem. Don’t have any dice or pencils? No problem. All you need to bring is a willingness to try and have fun on ITTD.
The game has room for 4-6 players and runs from 11am until 3pm on Saturday, April 11th. Sign up, show up and play. Scroll down for a video explaining how to play if you don’t want to be completely unprepared.
I am using a module from Monte Cook’s new Weird Discoveries sourcebook which is designed to be run with no prep and includes pre-generated characters. To make sure that I’m completely unprepared they aren’t sending me the module until midnight of the 10th. Should be fun.
I’ve created the contact form so that you can sign up and reserve a spot. I have no idea how fast these will fill up so sign up quickly to ensure you can participate.
Numenera is a game by Monte Cook and is published by Monte Cook Games. The art used in this article is used according to Monte Cook Games’ Fan Use Policy and in TM and Copyright 2014 Monte Cook Games, LLC. I want to point out how much I appreciate how Monte Cook Games enables fans to use their art while maintaining the necessary control over their IP.