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Roleplaying Games


Trudvang
Trudvang Chronicles
Currently on hold. English game.
Session in English.

Wildheart: Cypher
Cypher System
Thursdays 6 pm - 9.30 pm
Studiefrämjandet: Portalen.
English game. See dates.
Session in English.

Wildheart: Star Wars
Star Wars d20
Thursdays 6 pm - 9.30 pm
Studiefrämjandet: Portalen.
English game. See dates.
Session in Swedish.

A Evening In Gargul
Dungeons & Dragons 3.5
Fridays 3 pm - 9.30 pm
Studiefrämjandet: Portalen.
English game. See dates.
Session in Swedish.

Ergastulis Draconis
Dungeons & Dragons 3.5
Sundays, 1 pm - 7 pm
Undetermined location.
English game. See dates.
Session in Swedish.

Gargul

Roleplaying games is a rulebook- and dice-based adventure game where the world and everything that happens in it is controlled by a Game Master. The players create theur own characters, also called roles, according to their own will with within the limits of the rules of the game. One could say that roleplaying games are like a movie where the Game Master is the director and the players are actors. We tend to have extremely fun during our sessions and laugh from players and Game Masters alike fill the room. Everything can happen in the world of roleplaying games - from silly mishaps and terrible losses to epic and heroic deeds that impresses the Gods. But the best is always the dynamic within the group itself.

Roleplaying games vary between fantasy and reality, different worlds and eras. It can be everything from so called "high fantasy" with elves, dragons, magic and beasts like in J. R. R. Tolkiens "Lord of the Rings" series; or the dark, dystopic feeling of chaos and hopelessness that lingers in the more down-to-earth game World of Darkness. Other games such as Trudvang Chronicles focus more on ancient norse and celtic mythos. Some games are more "dungeon-crawl" and superficial like computer games in their structure, for example Dungeons & Dragons, while other games such as Cypher System focus heavily on roleplay and you almost have to become a actor during the sessions.

We play more roleplaying games than anything else in this association and we play many different ones. Most of them are in English but also a few are Swedish. Due to language and the level of math required for most games we recommend that you are at least 12 years old in order to play.

Right now we play Dungeons & Dragons, Star Wars, Cypher System and Trudvang Chronicles on a regular basis. Other games such as World of Darkness, Anima, Eon etc. are played more at random.

Rollspel

When you play a roleplaying game your charcter is written down on a designated paper, called a character sheet. There you write down everything you need to know about your character: its abilities, traits, skills, what it owns and carry.

Many events in the game is decided by rolling dice and there are many different dice for different purposes. There are dices which have 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 20 sides. One of the worlds biggest and most popular games, Dungeons & Dragons, use mainly 20-sided dice (called d20) and thats why that die has become a icon for players all around the world.

As a roleplayer you practice getting into character a lot and learn to act on it, even if it means a disadvantage for the character. You learn social intrigues and what consequences different actions will have, as well as you can be treated differently depending on how you look, where you come from, what you like or believe in. In many cases roleplaying games reflect the real world but they can be explored without any harm coming to the player.