Free RPG Day returns to Millennium on Saturday, October 16th….featuring a treasure trove of exclusive RPG content and one-shot RPG Day adventures in-store!
Here’s a Sneak Peek at what will be happening:
We will be featuring exclusive Free RPG Day materials from dozens of great publishers, including Goodman Games, Paizo, Q Workshop, WizKids, Mantic, Renegade, CMON, Stoneforge Games, and many more!
- Anyone who visits the store on Saturday, October 16th will be able to snag one free choice from our RPG Day Goodies Table
- Every $10 spent on RPG products (including dice and accessories) in the store will also get you another item of your choice!
We will be having some sweet one-day RPG-themed sales as well!
All RPG Books, Dice, and Dice Accessories will be 10% off Saturday ONLY!
One-shot RPG Adventures!
We will also be running several one-shot RPG adventures during the afternoon, so you can try your hand at a new game, with pre-generated characters!
Each game will run from approximately 12 PM – 4 PM and will cost $10 per person. This fee will go straight to the DM to help cover their time and effort. The parties of each adventure will cap at 5 people total, so don’t wait… reserve your spot now by calling us at 585-427-2190.
Interested in one of the games? Read the descriptions below!
Dungeons & Dragons immerses you in a world of adventure. Explore ancient ruins and deadly dungeons. Battle monsters while searching for legendary treasures. Gain experience and power as you trek across uncharted lands with your companions.
The world needs heroes. Will you answer the call?
Call of Cthulhu investigators come from all walks of life: from journalists, librarians, and school teachers, to private eyes, taxi drivers, and hobos. They face mysteries that cannot be explained by rational or scientific means and which concern ancient and forgotten lore that humanity was not meant to know.
Your investigator is unique. You choose a number of elements that make up your investigator, including:
- Your occupation.
- Your skills.
- The people in your life who are important to you.
- Locations that are meaningful to you.
- Items you carry of personal significance.
- Your ideology and beliefs.
Investigators are heroes making a stand against insurmountable odds and, perhaps, saving the world as we know it.
From local Rochester designer, Ben Doran, comes Dead Halt!
Dead Halt is a roleplaying game about a megalithic Hotel, clunky computer consoles, modded humans going haywire, and wonderful adventures. Equip your new Maintenence crew at the random Item dispenser Gashapon in the basement, Grab a job from the Bartender, and take the elevator up to endless wonky floors beyond your imagination.
Wonderful to jump into, players build characters during roleplaying. While sitting at the bar and talking to the bartender they decide stats and immediately jump into an adventure. No session 0. All hilarious fun.
Welcome to the Hotel.
Space is vast, dark, and not your friend. Gamma rays and neutrino bursts erupt from dying stars to cook you alive, black holes tear you apart, and the void itself boils your blood and seizes your brain. Try to scream and no one can hear you—hold your breath and you rupture your lungs. Space isn’t as empty as you’d think, either—its frontiers are ever-expanding. Rival governments wage a cold war of aggression while greedy corporations vie for valuable resources. Colonists reach for the stars and gamble with their lives—each new world tamed is either feast or famine. And there are things lurking in the shadows of every asteroid—things strange and different and deadly.
Stay alive if you can.
Will you be a courageous fighter, charging headfirst into battle, or a sly rogue, moving quietly to strike at foes from the shadows? Maybe you will be a knowledgeable wizard, wielding incredible arcane spells or a wise and pious cleric, using the power of your deity to shape the world for the better. It is all up to you!
Not only will you have two characters (your kid character and your fantasy Inner Hero) but the locations you adventure through will also have two different settings, the town you live in and the fantasy world you pretend it to be.
What gameplay looks like:
– Read the Adventure story book!
– Answer the questions!
– Roll to see if you succeed and use your stats!
– Move to the next location when you’re finished with your scene!
When rolling dice, players mark advancement when they fail at a roll, so they can build towards adding cool new Moves, such as rerolling dice or moving more spaces on the map! The fantasy character is also there to help boost the child character’s confidence, letting them unlock cool new things that they can do in the game.