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EVENTS Why Organized Play? The Circle of Salt Dungeon Masters believe strongly in Dungeons & Dragons organized play. It is an excellent opportunity to meet new people, learn the game, and a way to make sure that you can get your weekly game, no matter if your entire group can make it. We also believe that organized play should be the best, purest expression of D&D. Rules should be as close to Rules as Written (RaW) or Rules as Intended (RaI), and all you should really need to play the game is a Players Handbook (or a printout of the free D&D Basic Rules). Few house or ‘home-brew’ rules should exist, and new players should be able to play in other D&D games without being confused by special ‘organized play’ rules. (We also believe that official D&D Adventurers League organized play has lost this focus and is doing a disservice to both organized play and new players) In order to continue our mission of providing the best experience we can to our players both new and old, we have developed the Concordance Opposition Society organized play rules. These rules simply outline a basic framework for consistent organized play using D&D 5e rules, and allow players to use the same D&D characters from campaign to campaign, from table to table, and from CoS DM to CoS DM.
Store Events Store events are drop-in, drop-out (meaning you can play once, play forever, or somewhere in between those two) and feature a mix of hardcover campaigns and one-shot adventure module play. Seats are available on a first-come/first-seated basis, with exceptions for set DM/Player groups. While our goal is that everyone who shows up for an event gets to play, we ask that players able to attend multiple events choose one event as their “primary” and be prepared to give up their seat or assist with DM duties at other events. We also encourage “set” groups not currently admitting new or drop-in players to play at another location to keep the tables free. Convention Events The Circle of Salt runs events at the following conventions: KantCon in Overland Park, KS Midwest GameFest in Independence, MO LFK Game Day in Lawrence, KS CoS provides D&D experiences from classic adventures to new stories. We also do multi-table interactive events, where upwards of 50 people can play the same adventure.
What You’ll Need To participate in an event, you’ll need: • A legal character using official D&D sources. (pre-generated characters are available at all events) • Up-to-date log sheets for experienced characters • A copy of the relevant rules for your character • Dice, writing utensils, and maybe a miniature (odds are, you can borrow one)
The Circle Of Salt Presents
NE Kansas Dungeons & Dragons Store and Convention Events
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EVENTS Why Organized Play? The Circle of Salt Dungeon Masters believe strongly in Dungeons & Dragons organized play. It is an excellent opportunity to meet new people, learn the game, and a way to make sure that you can get your weekly game, no matter if your entire group can make it. We also believe that organized play should be the best, purest expression of D&D. Rules should be as close to Rules as Written (RaW) or Rules as Intended (RaI), and all you should really need to play the game is a Players Handbook (or a printout of the free D&D Basic Rules). Few house or ‘home-brew’ rules should exist, and new players should be able to play in other D&D games without being confused by special ‘organized play’ rules. (We also believe that official D&D Adventurers League organized play has lost this focus and is doing a disservice to both organized play and new players) In order to continue our mission of providing the best experience we can to our players both new and old, we have developed the Concordance Opposition Society organized play rules. These rules simply outline a basic framework for consistent organized play using D&D 5e rules, and allow players to use the same D&D characters from campaign to campaign, from table to table, and from CoS DM to CoS DM.
© CircleofSalt, LTD 2018 Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google. Google utilizes the data collected to track and examine the use of this site, to prepare reports on its activities and hare them with other Google services. No personal data is collected. Google may use the data collected to contextualize and personalize the ads of its own advertising network. Personal data collected: Cookie and Usage Data. Place of processing: USA. Find Google's privacy policy here.
Store Events Store events are drop-in, drop-out (meaning you can play once, play forever, or somewhere in between those two) and feature a mix of hardcover campaigns and one-shot adventure module play. Seats are available on a first-come/first-seated basis, with exceptions for set DM/Player groups. While our goal is that everyone who shows up for an event gets to play, we ask that players able to attend multiple events choose one event as their “primary” and be prepared to give up their seat or assist with DM duties at other events. We also encourage “set” groups not currently admitting new or drop-in players to play at another location to keep the tables free. Convention Events The Circle of Salt runs events at the following conventions: KantCon in Overland Park, KS Midwest GameFest in Independence, MO LFK Game Day in Lawrence, KS CoS provides D&D experiences from classic adventures to new stories. We also do multi-table interactive events, where upwards of 50 people can play the same adventure.
The Circle Of Salt Presents NE KansasDungeons & DragonsStore and Convention Events