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News posted Monday, February 5, 2007 [Feb. 6th, 2007|01:08 am]
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And woe, there was much sorrow on the night of February 5th, for many valiant Gaming Society members were busy tonight and unable to attend the glorious First Meeting of the Quarter.

The agenda was brief, being composed mostly of small but important updates.

The Vampire LARP previously scheduled for the night of Friday, February 16th shall now instead gloriously occur on February 17th, this being a night that does not conflict with the also grand Viennese Ball.

Opinions of good weekends to hold an Ordinary Social Event were solicited by our good Lady Rowyn, and signs seem to indicate the weekend of the 3rd and 4th of March to be fortuitous in nature. More information shall be forthcoming from Lady Rowyn herself.

The Stanford Gaming Society shall, in accordance with tradition, be hosting another week-long Epic Larp, but alas, it is lacking in players and all who may possibly attend are implored to sign up! Or, at least, to strongly consider doing so.

In tabletop news, Sir Chris seeks players for his diceless homebrew campaign. Those who are interested should contact the good sir for further information. Sir Marc-Etienne has stated his willingness to run any of the one-shots or campaigns which he has in previous times this year offered up. Sir Peter informed the good people that if anyone should desire to help him with developing White Wolf mechanics for the game Hobo: the Wandering, they should let him know post haste. Sir David Evans is vaguely looking for more players for his D&D 3.0 level 10 game, which meets on Sunday afternoons. Also, all are encouraged to rejoice and spectate at the merriment that is Master Kevin's My Little Pony: The Shadow of Terror game, for it brings much joy to the hearts of its men and women, and they wish to share that joy with all.

Lady Rowyn then brought up the fact that the Symbolic Systems department shall be, at some point in the near future, be having a night of games of varying kinds, which she will look into and advertise to the mailing list so that all may partake and enjoy.

Sir Mike, Master Henry's brave Knight of Strategy Board Gaming, spake that there is currently a fierce quarrel between those who wish for board gaming to occur on Wednesday, and those who prefer Thursday. Those who attended the meeting seemed to have a preference toward Thursday; if you have opinions please feel free to contact Sir Mike.

Sir Aaron, the Society's Minister of Silly Walks, declared that all members should walk more silly.

Grand Duchess Sandra did declare that Bergie should furnish her with King Matthew's plushie crown as promised.

There was also a call for players of Magic: the Gathering to weigh in on the matter of regular card gaming, as well as matters such as how often and when it should best occur.

Thus ended the Winter Quarter of 2007's inaugural Stanford Gaming Society meeting.

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SGS Website. [Aug. 18th, 2006|03:56 pm]
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The SGS website has been updated to reflect the new officers, the new Google Calendar, and colors that match better. ;)

In other news, there are discussions of various club matters of interest - a current role-playing book list and the SGS-con idea conceived in May, respectively - to be found in the club fora. Please check in to both threads to make your opinions known, because without a lot of teamwork, neither project is very likely to get anywhere.

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Why not? [Feb. 1st, 2005|08:13 pm]
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I don't know what this is for, but I was bored and headachey and wondering if sgs was taken (it was) then gamingsociety (well, it wasn't).
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