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The Citadel

Drop-in game; no registration necessary
Saturday 10 AM in Salon 2 for 4 hours
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GM: Thom Hall
Type: RPG
System: Dungeons & Dragons (Original)
Edition: Holmes Basic (1977)
Players: 8
Provided: All characters provided by GM
Power Level: 1st
Rules Knowledge: Useful
Game Content: Family

The Citadel sits atop a rocky crag and locked within a chest somewhere inside is a Talisman of great wonder. The group of characters has been called upon to retrieve the Talisman and use its power to reverse a 10 year drought upon the land. This adventure uses the Holmes Basic edition Dungeons & Dragons rules from 1977 and the Citadel board tiles from Fantasy Games Unlimited 1976.

Kids' Game Day

Drop-in game; no registration necessary
Saturday 11 AM in Salon 2 for 4 hours
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GM: William Dash
Type: Other
System: [medley of games]
Players: 4
Provided: All materials provided by GM
Rules Knowledge: Beginners Welcome
Game Content: Family

DDC43 KIDS GAME DAY

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I've brought seven fun and easy-to-learn games for Dundracon?s littlest warriors. Come on by the Kids Room and let's play! Prizes for the winners. Here's the lineup:

MAGIC LABYRINTH
- A quick and fun game for 2-4 magicians ages 6 and up. Explore the Magic Labyrinth and try to find the Wizard's gold hidden inside. Watch out for the invisible walls!

AZTACK
For 2-4 builders ages 7 and up. Stack domino-like tiles to build an Aztec temple in the middle of the jungle.

ZOMBIE DICE
Zombies have more fun! Roll the dice to catch yummy brains to eat, but don?t get shot-gunned or you?re...dead...again. For 2-4 zombies ages 10 and up. First zombie to 13 brains wins. Braaaaains...

DINO HUNT DICE
Is Zombie Dice too intense for your little warrior? Try Dino Dice. Find the dinosaurs hiding in the jungle, but watch out or you'll get stomped! Very easy to learn. For 2-4 hunters ages 5 and up.

MUNCHKIN WONDERLAND
Lewis Carroll's classic gets the Munchkin treatment!! Race around Wonderland playing as Alice or the White Rabbit. Battle the Queens after eating SnickerSnacks. Don't worry about the Jabberwock, you're just here for the loot! Grab as much as you can before the Red Queen finds you or it's OFF WITH YOUR HEAD!!! For 2-6 Mad Hatters ages 6 and up.

THE ALLOWANCE GAME
- Move your token around the board collecting money for doing things like mowing the lawn and babysitting. But don?t spend it all on movies and toys or you?ll run out of money. Go broke and you?re out! Last player with money in their pocket wins a prize. More fun than it sounds! For 2-4 money-grubbers ages 6 and up.

RING-A-THING
For three players ages 1-1/2 and up. If your little gamer can throw a D6, then they can play this game. No numbers. Roll a colored D6 and stack up colored rings on your figure. Plushie prizes for the littlest players.

DROP IN KIDS Anthro Adventures

Game Cancelled

350 Ticket to Ride First Journey

Saturday 3 PM on Salon 1 Table 10 for 3 hours
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GM: Tamera Fairfield
Type: Board
System: Ticket to Ride
Players: 4
Provided: All materials provided by GM
Variations: First Journey Edition
Rules Knowledge: Beginners Welcome
Game Content: Family

Easy to learn and quick to play, Ticket to Ride: First Journey is the perfect introduction to the Ticket to Ride series.

Players collect train cards, claim routes on the map, and try to connect the cities shown on their tickets to achieve victory.

So climb aboard and embark on your very own railway adventure!

Kids Fun Games Medly

Drop-in game; no registration necessary
Sunday 9 AM in Salon 2 for 3 hours
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GM: Keita Teranishi
Type: Board
System: Flip Over Frog, Wing Spirits, and More
Players: 4
Provided: All materials provided by GM
Rules Knowledge: Beginners Welcome
Game Content: Family

We are going to play several cute and fun games from Japan. Walk-in is welcome! Description at Board Game Geek.
Website: /boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/261165/flip-over-frog

Mage Knight Dungeons

Drop-in game; no registration necessary
Sunday 10 AM in Salon 2 for 4 hours
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GM: William Dash
Type: Fantasy Miniatures
System: Mage Knight Dungeons
Players: 4
Provided: All materials provided by GM
Power Level: 1st
Variations: simplified rules for young players
Rules Knowledge: Beginners Welcome
Game Content: Family

Kill monsters! Steal their stuff! I?m giving out the last of my remaining horde of Mage Knight Dungeon starter sets. We?ll use them to run at least two 2-hour dungeons for four kids each. Each player opens their set and chooses a hero. GM will run the monsters, which will be also be chosen from the starter sets (well, mostly...mwa-ha-haaa) ?Players can form a team or play 'lone wolves' (GM hint: form a team, you?ll live longer). The goal is simple: find hidden treasure chests and get out alive with the gold. As in previous years we?ll be playing for real treasu??????????????????�?????????

DROP IN KIDS Anthro Adventures

Game Cancelled

POO the Card Game

Drop-in game; no registration necessary
Sunday Noon in Salon 2 for 4 hours
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GM: Mary Russell
Type: Card
System: POO
Players: 6
Provided: All materials provided by GM
Rules Knowledge: Beginners Welcome
Game Content: Family

It's been a tough day in the monkey cage and something in the food tonight wasn't quite right. In the monkey world there's only one thing that can be done about it: Fling poo.