Archive | August, 2012

Session 26: Kobolds Ate My Baby, The Shab-al-Hiri Roach

19 Aug

5pm – 9pm
Tuesday, August 28
Guardian Games
303 SE 3rd Ave at Pine St


Kobolds Ate My Baby:
It’s not your fault that Kobolds are gourmets. It’s not your fault that King Torg (All Hail King Torg!) is hungry. It’s not your fault that the tastiest thing a Kobold has ever eaten is sweet baby! And it’s definitely, not your fault that Kobolds are the most incompetent, reckless, and accident prone race to ever crawl out of a cave.

But it IS your problem…

King Torg (All Hail King Torg!) needs you – yes, you – to go out to the nearby human town and bring back the freshest, tastiest, plumpest human babies you can find – or, the King will be eating you (and Kobold’s pretty darn tasty.)

In Kobolds Ate My Baby! Super Deluxx Edition you and your friends take on the roles of Kobolds (short, furry cannon fodder with a penchant for gluttony and mayhem). Your mission is to raid towns and villages in search of the most delectable of Kobold treats – Babies! Along the way, you will learn forbidden magicks, face fearsome chickens, worship the Big Red God, die Random Horrible Deaths, and cook your friends for dinner!

Check it out at

The Shab-al-Hiri Roach:
The Shab-al-Hiri Roach by Jason Morningstar is a dark comedy of manners, lampooning academia and asking players to answer a difficult question – are you willing to swallow a soul-eating telepathic insect bent on destroying human civilization?


Even if it will get you tenure?

Satisfy your curiosity at


Session 25: The Mountain Witch, Ocean

3 Aug

5pm – 9pm
Tuesday, August 14
Guardian Games
303 SE 3rd Ave at Pine St

“The Mountain Witch” by Timothy Kleinert is a single role-playing adventure in which the players take on the roles of ronin, masterless samurai in mythical medieval Japan, who have been hired to attempt an assault on the Mountain Witch of Mount Fuji, O-Yanma. The characters may have different reasons for accepting the task, but what they share is that they have all been disenfranchised from their former lives and from society. They also have all grown desperate from the difficulties of their lives, and hope the payoff from this adventure will finally allow them to regain whatever life they have lost.

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We’re a group of people trapped in an underwater research station. We can’t remember who we are or why we’re there. We don’t know what the monsters are that are picking us off one at a time. All we know is that we need to get out. We want to escape. That’s what Ocean is about.
Ocean is a game about self discovery and survival created by Portland’s own Jake Richmond and published by Atarashi Games (