Metro Boston Organized Play geeks out with RPG superfan Angie Powers!
Angie is a longtime gamer and one of the admins for the largest
Pathfinder-related Facebook group. We chat about what brought her to
gaming, what keeps her gaming, what’s involved with managing a gaming
community online, and more. You can listen to the conversation here:
Continuing our series of conversations about gaming, Trysh Wright joins us to share her thoughts and experiences about role-playing games. Trysh is a former organizer for Living Forgotten Realms and Living Greyhawk. She’s been on GenCon panels about various topics–including a session about representation in gaming.
Here is Metro Boston Organized Play’s fourteenth video in a series of interviews/conversations about gaming. This is “part two” of our evening with the Venture-Captain of Richmond, VA, Rigby Bendele!
Rigby discusses their research for “Negotiating Masculinity in Tabletop Roleplaying Game Communities.” You can download their thesis.
Here is Metro Boston Organized Play’s thirteenth video in a series of interviews/conversations about various aspects of gaming. This is “part one” of our evening with the Venture-Captain of Richmond, VA, Rigby Bendele!
Rigby discusses their research for “Negotiating Masculinity in Tabletop Roleplaying Game Communities.” (You can also download this scholarly work here: https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/etd/5805/)
We’ve never had a Metro Boston Lodge T-Shirt, and since we’ve been adding new players and venues over the last few years, we think it’s high time we have a shirt to call our own.
When it came down to deciding on a design, we turned to some of our most active players for inspiration. We wanted to both represent our location and our spirit, and I think this new design captures both of those things!
Note: there is a Women’s Shirt available in a V-Neck design!
We’re really excited about this new way to represent our Lodge at conventions, at gaming stores, and everywhere else. Rumor has it that wearing the shirt might provide an in-game benefit!
One of the best parts of these shirts are the prices! $20.92 for men’s shirts and $22.92 for the women’s V-neck! All payments are made directly to the shirt manufacturer, CustomInk, who will process payments once we meet the minimum order count of 48 shirts. We’re not profiting from the sale of these shirts, we just want to encourage that community feel! Expect delivery the first half of May of this year!