Sometimes games happen in strange places or at strange times. Share your most unusual location or situation where you gamed.
Unfortunately, I don’t really have a story for you. We usually play at someone’s house and in pretty normal hours. So, instead, I would like to mention some places I’d like to game at.
There’s a castle in my city that’s open to the public. There is a museum and even a cafe inside. I’d really like to game there once. Many places in it would would be ideal to game. The battlements, for example, are quite spacious and gaming there would be pretty cool. There’s also a tower but I think you can’t climb up there.
Another place I’d like to game at is in a cavern nearby. Unfortunately, you can’t go inside without a being part of a tour group so it’s not something we will be able to accomplish easily. Of course, I’m not thinking of doing anything stupid but perhaps there could be a way to get permission to stay near the entrance for a couple of hours. It would be amazing.
One more place that would be awesome to game at is an ancient Greek theater that’s close to the city. It’s in a very beautiful place with lots of trees and grass. The only restriction is the weather. Unless it’s summer, it’s quite cold there and, since we have reached the end of summer, we will have to wait until next year.
Tomorrow’s question is: “What film or novel would you be most surprised that a friend had not seen or read?”.
So until the, have fun!
2 thoughts on “#RPGaDay 2016: Day 27 – Describe the most unusual circumstance or location in which you have gamed.”
If we are talking where we would like to game then I think the Houses of Parliament in London would be my first choice.
A nice rules lite system so we can skip the rule books and miniatures, just pure verbal roleplaying in the public gallery would be cool.
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These were some places nearby that there’s a chance we can actually game at. I’m keeping the crazier ones for day 29!