Hello Champions! On April 9th we'll be holding an introductory session with the possibility of multiple games being run by multiple GMs. This introductory session is aimed to be a springboard for up coming fortnightly weekend one shots and future mini campaigns.
At the moment we have 3 fantastic volunteer GMs who will be running the following games; Continuum (Lite), Follow and Pathfinder. For more information please follow the link. ...
To the untrained eye this is just a regular tree. To Harry Potter fans this is the tree Malfoy was sitting in moments before he was turned into a ferret 🙂
Hey guys, I have posted in this group before about this survey but I got such a great response last time that I thought I would give it another go.
I am currently studying my Bachelor of Business with Honours at Griffith University and I need responses to this survey I have created that is looking at the relationship between fandom and tourism.
Please only participate if you are over the age of 18. You have the right to refuse to answer questions or withdraw from the survey at any point. Please also note that your participation is completely voluntary. Completion of the online questionnaire is an indication of your consent to be a participant in this research study. If you choose to complete this survey your responses will be kept confidential and anonymous. The data retrieved from this survey will be used for research purpose only. The data will be kept in a secure computer for 5 years and will then be deleted. The questionnaire has been approved by Kim Madison who can be contacted at email@example.com, or myself at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any further questions. The ethical reference number for this survey is 2017/169.
Your response to this survey, and sharing this post with you Facebook contacts would be greatly appreciated. ...
Hey guys, I have been introduced to a couple of people from overseas who are now living on the Sunshine Coast. They're avid gamers and they're quite lovely people. Does anyone here know any gaming groups up the coast that we could hook them up with? ...
For some of our younger members (and those of you with kids), this workshop might be of interest. ...
Make Your Own Mini-Comic with Cameron Davis
April 1, 2017, 10:00am - April 1, 2017, 12:00pm
Secret Identity Comics
Ever wanted to make your own comic book? Do you love drawing and telling stories? Like the idea of entertaining people with your ideas? You need to make your own mini-comic!
We're doing some incredible two-hour workshops at Secret Identity Comics for kids aged 7-13 (and up!) during school holidays this April. All you need to bring is your imagination!
Workshop One: Make Your Own Mini Comic
10am-12pm April 1, 2017
Presented by Cameron Davis (creator of Rose Comic)
In this workshop we'll cover everything from initial idea to writing the story, pencilling the action, adding word balloons and effects, inking for a professional effect and even putting together the final book so you can show off your work. At the end of the class you will have a mini-comic you can give to people to read, put together like the pros.
Numbers are extremely limited, so don't delay to register!
Price: $15 per class
Workshop Two: Make Your Own Comic Cover
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Cameron Davis is the artist and writer of Rose Comic, a kid-friendly comic about food, friendship, food and food! He has been making comics for many years and is also behind Blow The Cartridge, Presidog and other fine creations.
Anyone here still play pokemon go? Keen for a meet up, atm the only other people i know that plays is my son and his gf, but he's just started a new job, and given the better ones come our with higher numbers, I thought this might be a good place to try. ...
This is inspired by a YouTube video I saw by Cosplay Chris (NSW cosplayer and prop maker .. check him out)
I'm making a smaller version of the custom collectible TIE Fighter crash
Hello fellow Geeks! I'm after recommendations. My Dad bought me up on Sci Fi, reading Asimov and watching Star Trek, Stargate etc. It's his birthday soon and I'd like to get him a DVD of a movie (or TV show, but would prefer movie) to watch with him. Maybe some sort of spectacularly bad classic? Ideas? 😛📀 ...
So I played this game in the mid 90's and I can't for the life of me remember what it's called. It was on a PC (at my school, so it may have been released in the early 90s). The game was some type of action-platformer where you went to different worlds. I think there was a candy world and an electricity/tech world, I'm pretty sure one of the bosses were a lightbulb. You could play as a male or female character, both of them green with black and red clothes. I'd probably describe them as ant-ninjas. You could climb and throw things and it was a bit like Sonic's level design met Mario. Does anyone know which game I'm talking about? This has been driving me insane for literally years. ...
Saturday a bunch of us will be going to see Beauty and the Beast at Event Cinemas in the Myer Centre. We have a choice between the 6:30 Vmax session or the 7:30 normal session. People who are interested in attending please vote. If you are not don't be that person, don't mess with the poll or I'll have to ban you. Many of us going and even more who won't will be playing board games before this until a suitable time at Good Games Spring Hil. The store closes at 7pm. ...
Has Nintendo played an important role in making you the geek you are today? Do you get frustrated at the words: Water Temple? Like the sound of gathering all those coins in Mario games? Then the next geek out might be just for you! Join a bunch of awesome people for some after-work catch ups at Netherworld this upcoming Tuesday! ...