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Do you love Role Play Games (RPG), or are you keen to give it a go? Then #OneShotWednesday is for you!

Our Game Master’s (GM’s) will be hosting an RPG for newbies and experienced players alike, on Wednesday 12th February, and we’d love to have you at the table!

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Games for 12 February

6pm start – Dungeons and Dragons 5E – Shane

6pm start – Dungeons and Dragons 5E – Lachlan

6pm start – Dread – Cam


Tickets are $35 per person. This include entry to the event, a meal from our Adventurers menu, and a schooner or beer, glass of wine or soft drink.

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What is a Role Play Game?

A role-playing game is a game in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting. Players take responsibility for acting out these roles within a narrative, either through literal acting, or through a process of structured decision-making regarding character development. Actions taken within many games succeed or fail according to a formal system of rules and guidelines. (Thanks Wikipedia!)

There are many types of RPG’s called systems. For this event, we will be running:

Dungeons & Dragons

Dungeons & Dragons (commonly abbreviated as D&D) is a fantasy style RPG originally. It was derived from miniature wargames, and is commonly recognized as the beginning of modern RPG’s and the role-playing game industry. Lord of the Rings, Willow and Conan are examples of fantasy setting movies.


Dread is a horror role playing game. The setting can be anything that the GM imagines, but instead of dice rolls, tension is added by use of a Jenga tower. When you take a challenging action instead of rolling a die you take a block. If the tower falls your character dies. Winner of 2006 Ennie award for innovation. Provided settings are slasher, sci-fi (Alien), and survival horror (zombies).

What is a One Shot?

RPG’s are often played as campaigns over many sessions and fun get togethers. A One Shot is just one game, run over a few hours, and a great way to experience the fun of roleplay without making a regular commitment.

What will happen on the night?

The game will gather from 6:00pm where adventurers can settle in at the tavern with some food and drink (included in the ticket price), meet their fellow adventurers and start from 6:30pm! The adventure is expected to wrap up by 10pm.

Bring along your sense of adventure, and a willingness to make new friends! All other materials will be provided by The Copper Dragon, but if you have a lucky set of dice (polyhedral) you like to use for role play, then bring them along too!

Upcoming games in March

D&D 5e, Blades in the Dark, and Honey Heist