Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Sea Quest


So we are a Brighton based club and whilst we inhabit many universes its important to keep it real regarding fish and chips and bank holidays by the sea; apologies if that comes across as too alt right but you are always welcome to jump into a portable hole if you need a safe space.

Interestingly I don't ever recall playing an adventure set underwater and it doesn't particularly seem like a popular choice for GMs. For my own part, I also feel that its not something I would be  interested in doing either; I wonder if its something hidden deep in our genetics akin to a fear of spiders and snakes. I suppose there are significantly more logistics involved in things getting wet tho and to while away the hours arguing over damp waybread doesn't make for the most exciting interactions. I don't suppose the latest incarnation of Aquaman helps much either.

It may be that the days of the Victorian lido and bracing undercliff walks are behind us but the great promenades and seafront arches of Brighton still come alive over the warmer months and something is stirring down there.

Seems that there may be another gaming venue opening its doors as I have heard from a friend of a friend who knows someone who went for a coffee who encountered a roleplaying party. I suspect that along the lines of a coffee shop plus experience the ambience does lean towards the board gamer if the shelves in the pictures are anything to go by. 

So welcome to C:\Side Quest

Barely a stone giants throw away from the pier - do pop in if you are out looking for adventure.

1 comment:

  1. I've been to C:\Side Quest a few months ago and it looks like a cool place to hang out.

    I've toyed with the idea of running an underwater game of some sort ever since reading a World of Darkness supplement specifically for that but I've never truly gotten round to it.


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