This is official supporting thread for our open game night ‘Night of the Rolling Dice’.
DMs will post description of their games below. Feel free to write them directly or post below if you wish reserve spot at particular game.
Of course feel free to post your questions below too. One of the organizers will answer.
Feel free to join as a player at the event page (meetup). We are limited to 50 players, so RSVP to reserve your spot asap
Or join our Vienna Dungeons & Dragons Meetup Group
Principles of Participation
Below you will find a short list of rules and suggestions that, in our opinion, should ensure that the event is inclusive and welcoming. Please read it carefully.
How to get the most of the game
which will have many first time players and tables who have not played together before, we would suggest the following:
- Be part of the group - work together with the rest of your adventuring party, you can get more done as a team than a handful of lone wolves
- Share the spotlight - give everyone a chance to shine
- Bite hooks - you are the heroes, when adventure calls, answer!
- Let the dice tell the story - embrace the critical failures to make the critical successes all the more glorious
Code of Conduct (CoC)
Writing our own CoC we decided to take advantage of the Code of Conduct from the Adventurers League.
We strongly feel that all participants are here to have fun and should ALWAYS feel safe and included. Moreover, all participants (such as players, dungeon masters, organisers and staff) are expected to adhere to this Code of Conduct.
- Participants must conduct themselves in a manner that is conducive to the enjoyment and safety of others at the event.
- Avoid excessively vulgar, sexual, or overly mature language and themes.
- Follow the Dungeon Master’s lead, avoid arguing with the Dungeon Master or other players over rules.
- Let other players speak, avoid talking over others.
- Avoid excessive cross-talk that is not relevant to the adventure being played.
- Allow other players to get attention from the Dungeon Master.
- Discourage others from using social media to bully, shame, or intimidate other participants.
- Avoid phone conversations at the table. If you must take a call, please excuse yourself from the table.
- We will not tolerate theft or aggressive behaviour. Theft and aggressive behaviour are reasons for immediate removal from the play area.
- Aggressive behaviour includes threats of or actual physical aggression, using racial, gender, or cultural slurs against another participant, and otherwise harassing other participants.
What to do if you feel uncomfortable during the game
If you feel uncomfortable, notify a staff member or your Dungeon Master.
A Dungeon Master has the right to ask a disruptive player to leave the table.
The Organizers have the right to remove any disruptive or aggressive participant in the event from the play area.
To ensure that everyone feels comfortable, particularly when playing with others for the first time, we will have X-Cards on the tables.
An X-card is a tool to keep content at the table comfortable for everyone. It is a card with an X on it, and if the content of the game is making you feel uncomfortable, tap the card to signal to the Dungeon Master that they should skip forward from the current content.
The X-Card was designed by John Stavropoulos and more information about it can be found on his website.