Re: More statistics, because I like them
- --- In Unity_Games@y..., "D. Campbell MacInnes" <haleon@s...> wrote:
>will get some wrong):
> They are all the names of Game Groups/Sessions.
> Off the top of my head, they break down as follows (and I am sure I
> B&N == Barnes & Noble (Walpole)Boston)
> MVGA == Merrimack Valley Gamers Association (Holliston)
> SNOB == Slightly North Of Boston (Your Move Games in Cambridge)
> BLAH == Boston Ludophiles, Andrew Hosting (in some dank dungeon in
> SSG == South Shore Gamers (Dedham)out in the boonies)
> GSG == Guy Stuff Gamers (South Attleboro, not North Attleboro; way
> B20 == Bridgewater Gaming (In the Church hall in Bridgewater, hostedby Scholars Games)
The dank dungeon reference is better applied to SNOB. BLAH is at
One other acronym to add to the list - WAGG which is Wakefield Area
Gaming Group which I host at my home usually the 2nd and 4th fridays
of the month. Dinner is almost always included in this deal (that's
the only reason Dave Rapp comes)
This is semi open which means I don't post upcoming sessions to the UG
list (in deference to Alison's battle with the autoposter), but if
people are interesting in attending, a quick email letting me know
they are interested is enough to get an "invite" to the next one.
Sessions usually have between 8 and 12 people though we have exceeded
12 in the past. Twelve is about the max comfort level for gaming at
my place except on rare occassions (we had 18 at a thanksgiving day
bash!!!), hence the semi open nature.
But to stress again, if anyone is interested in friday nite gaming in
Wakefield - north side of town - please drop me an email - new
attendees are always welcome.
And, I'm looking for a place to host friday nite gaming in the area
that is a bit bigger allowing for more attendees.