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Cathulhu, Contessa, and International Tabletop Day

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#1 smeeprocket

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 03:50 PM

Hey Gang,

 

So Contessa, a group that spotlights Women, PoC, LGBTQIA+ Folx, and the Disabled as GMs is running a full weekend from April 28-30th for International tabletop day. (Which you should look into regardless.) For this, I am running a one shot Cathulhu game complete with pregens. I want up to four players, have two so far though one hasn't actually contacted me.

 

This is the event for my game on Facebook:

 

https://www.facebook...24813067555925/

And the event list in general:

 

https://www.facebook...21739224825899/

 

Anyone can play, and I'd love to have some more players. It's on a first come first serve basis.

 

Amy - smeeprocket@gmail.com




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Posted 13 April 2017 - 10:44 PM

Sounds like a very worthy event ... and it's always great to see more Cathulhu getting played.

 

FYI: for this particular forum, "PoC" is a slightly confusing term to use -- since here it usually refers to "Paul of Cthulhu" (the forum owner) rather than the broader term ("Person of Colour"). When I first read this I though, "huh, Paul has an entire group of pro-diversity gamers spotlighting him ...?".

 

All the best on your game!

 

 

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 02:36 AM

Sounds like a very worthy event ... and it's always great to see more Cathulhu getting played.

 

FYI: for this particular forum, "PoC" is a slightly confusing term to use -- since here it usually refers to "Paul of Cthulhu" (the forum owner) rather than the broader term ("Person of Colour"). When I first read this I though, "huh, Paul has an entire group of pro-diversity gamers spotlighting him ...?".

 

All the best on your game!

 

 

Dean (from Adelaide)

 

haha okay, thanks for the tip. I'll use the full term in the future,







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