Slot 5 Saturday 9:00 pm - 1:00 am

Event Name First Last Type System
I Didn't Know That Was an Anime Aaron Golish Other/Special Event Presented by the STG Anime Committee; two movies that many would not expect to be animes: The Diary of Anne Frank (Anne no Nikki-1995) and the 1983 Toho Wizard of Oz movie.
Starship Aeon Christopher Raslan Tabletop RPG 4th Ed D&D The greatest heroes in the multiverse team up again to face the might of the Lich King! Face off against the lord of the undead with Simon Belmont, James Bond, Batman, Storm, Princess Zelda, Hawkeye, Buffy, and Pau Zahn. Face legions of the dead, grave perils, and fierce traps as you seek your foe across the worlds.
Final Girl David Merrow Tabletop RPG Final Girl A game of Final Girl with the players’ choice of themes: Theater or the Wild West. Time-permitting we will play both!
Brunos and the Brine Greg Harris Tabletop RPG Savage Worlds It's the 1930s, and times are tough, even here in the Big Easy. Superstitious folk will say things are fishy, and not just because of the sea food. Even if you don't believe that there are things that go bump in the night, some goon might bump you off. This is an adventure of intrigue and the unknown, based in the Depression era New Orleans.
Magical Girl RPG Jessica Machniak Tabletop RPG A simple RPG one-shot involving kick-butt, extra-adorable middle school magical girls.
Pro-Wrestling with Super Powers! Scott Charette Tabletop RPG Mutants and Masterminds 2nd Ed. You are a Professional Wrestler in the Ultra Wrestling Federation or UWF, and your company is being invaded by outside forces. Their unknown leader who has launched this attack has managed to not just get a powerful stable of wrestlers of his own, but has turned some of your friends against you. You must now team up with some allies and some former enemies to defeat these invaders. You must fight in one match to save your friends, your company, and perhaps... the whole world! (Note: This is a game designed for pro-wrestling fans. While I don't require much role-playing experience, knowledge of pro-wrestling and pro-wrestling terminology is strongly recommended.)
Werewolves in Oswego Lacey O'Connor Other/Special Event Ultimate Werewolf You are all peaceful villagers in a quiet town… or are you? How can you be sure when you woke up this morning and saw one of your fellow villagers dead? The doctor says those claw marks and bite wounds were clearly inflicted by a werewolf. Maybe a few werewolves. There isn't another town for miles, which can only mean some of your neighbors might not be so timid and innocent after all! It's time to get down to the bottom of this, discover the werewolves, or lynch innocent villagers in the process! In the game of Werewolf, everyone has a different, secret role, each with their own powers and goals. It’s a game of deception, lying, and fun! We will be using some modified rules inspired by the Werewolf scenario, Lupus in Tabula. Don't worry, these rules are there to encourage more role playing, arguing, and begging for your lives. So give it a try. Will the villagers successfully root out the werewolves, or will they slowly pick off their prey one by one until only they are left?
Good Morning, Citizen! Billy Ernest Tabletop RPG Paranoia 2nd ed. Good Morning, Citizen! Congratulations on your promotion to Red clearance. The benevolent computer has granted you a great gift. The computer is your friend. You are a Trouble Shooter. Your job is to find trouble and shoot it. You have all rights and privileges of Red clearance status. The computer is your friend.
You live in a beautiful utopia known as Alpha Complex. You live a wonderful life where you need not worry about anything. Everything is provided for you by the Computer. The Computer is your friend.
Everyone is happy in Alpha Complex. In fact, happiness is mandatory in Alpha Complex. To not be happy is treason, which is punishable by summary execution. The Computer is your friend.
However, be warned! There are people who threaten the perfection and bliss of Alpha Complex. Be wary of commie mutant traitors hiding amongst your ranks. Any of your fellow citizens may be commie mutant traitors. Keep your friends close. The Computer is your friend.
Sokol Keep Jeremiah Lahnum Tabletop RPG Torchbearer Sokol Keep was once the mighty fortress that protected the city of Phlan. As the city fell to ruin the keep was abandoned. It is now home to a small band of goblins and ogres. In an effort to revitalize the city and reclaim its former glory the city council would like you to clear the keep of all the beasts living within. Although the city cannot support you in any way they have every faith in your continued efforts to reclaim the city of Phlan.

This will be another adventure set in the same setting as The Slums of Phlan. Players from the previous slot are welcome and encouraged to join us but the slot is open to anyone interested. Characters will carry over from the previous slot.
Welcome to the 9th World Brian Loughlin Tabletop RPG Numenera "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." - Sir Arthur C. Clarke.
Earth has changed. Set 1 BILLION years in the future, there have been 8 civilizations that have risen and fallen in that time. We don't know much about them, but each has left something behind: items of danger and wonder, both technological and magical, though there is little difference in the ninth world. Adventure through ancient ruins and battle monsters of unknown origin in the name of discovery. Experience this new Science-Fantasy setting developed by Monte Cook and released in 2013.

Power Grid Kevin Finerghty Board Game/Card Game Power Grid The object of Power Grid is to supply the most cities with power when someone's network gains a predetermined size. In this edition, players mark pre-existing routes between cities for connection, and then bid against each other to purchase the power plants that they use to power their cities. However, as plants are purchased, newer, more efficient plants become available, so by merely purchasing, you're potentially allowing others access to superior equipment. Additionally, players must acquire the raw materials (coal, oil, garbage, and uranium) needed to power said plants (except for the 'renewable' windfarm/ solar plants, which require no fuel), making it a constant struggle to upgrade your plants for maximum efficiency while still retaining enough wealth to quickly expand your network to get the cheapest routes. We will play one of the expansion maps.