March 4, 2002: The Role-Playing Games Club, a sub-division of the Gaming Club, now has their own web site.
Bridge players wanted! Any experience level is welcome. If interested, e-mail Dan DiTursi.
A list of all of the games we have. Most of these are board games of some variety, although there are other types of games as well.
Once upon a time, most of our club had never LARPed. Mary Kate Williams, an experienced LARPer, decided that we should change that, and we asked "Uncle" Don Ross if he would bring his game The Morning After out to RPI and run it. Unsurprisingly, he agreed (the game has run an amazing fifteen times now). What WAS surprising was the overwhelming response - we had to turn players away, and those that played wanted another one RIGHT NOW. Fortunately, John Trussell came to our rescue and brought six times nine, along with most of the same game masters. And we owe them many thanks, for bringing not only the games, but the entire LARP genre to RPI.
|Etherlines: The Morning After||Etherlines Tours||"Uncle" Don Ross||September 22-24, 2000|
|It's Good? To Be the King||Jenn Celentano, Rick O'Neil, et al||Jenn, Rick, Jason Wodicka, "Kato" Kadas||January 23, 2000 (the Genericon 13 build-your-own game)|
|FOCUS||"Uncle" Don Ross||"Uncle" Don Ross||January 22, 2000 (at Genericon 13 )|
|The Final Voyage of the Mary Celeste||Jim MacDougal||"Uncle" Don Ross & Eric Wirtannen||November 7, 1999|
|The Ilath-Nai Defense||D. Duncan Pickard, Michael Rafferty, et al||D. Duncan Pickard||January 23, 1999 (the Genericon 12 build-your-own game)|
|I Was a Teenage Mutant from Outer Space||John Corrado, Jr.||Dan DiTursi||September 5, 1998|
|six times nine: peripheral visionaries||IAJOMAA Interactive Lit.||John Trussell||March 27-28, 1998|
|Etherlines: The Morning After||Etherlines Tours||"Uncle" Don Ross||January 23-25, 1998|
Tim Sweeney - President
Todd Gardner - Vice President
Andrew Zorowitz - Secretary/Treasurer
This page last updated by David Carr (email@example.com) on October 20, 2002.