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RPG Research's Community Programs & Community Center
Cooperative play tabletop role-playing game community programs for teens (13-17) and adults (18+) are free and open to the public! Location: 101 North Stone Street, Spokane, Washington.About Us
Role-Playing Game Community Center
Our cooperative play tabletop role-playing game community programs for teens (13-17) and adults (18+) are free and open to the public! We're working toward opening our new Role-Playing Game Community Center at: 101 North Stone Street, Spokane, Washington. Donate today and check back soon for updates on our grand opening date!About Us
Role-Playing Game Community Programs for Teens and Adults
We offer role-playing games open to the community for teens (13+ years old) through adults. We offer a wide range of game systems, settings, and genres. Just a few examples include: Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) (all versions) Basic Fantasy RPG Adventures in Middle-earth The One Ring RPG Top Secret: New World Order Twilight 2000 No Thank You Evil Doctor Who Adventures in Time & Space and many others!List of our role-playing game offerings
Our Game Masters Are Highly Trained
We provide the industries most extensive training for our volunteer role-playing Game Masters (GM) (aka Dungeon Masters (DM)).
RPG Research is a 501(c)3 non-profit research and human services charitable organization.
We are 100% volunteer-run.
We have been directly involved with role-playing games (RPGs) since the 1970s.
With your generous support we have opened a new RPG Community Center to provide in-person cooperative social tabletop role-playing games for community teens and adults.
Every dollar you donate to RPG Research directly benefits at least 3 people. Donate today!
Donate to RPG Research's Role-playing Game Research and Community Center today. Help us cover our rent, utilities, insurance, and operating expenses, and we'll do the rest. We are 100% volunteer run, meaning we keep our administrative costs to the bare minimum and your donations really have a direct impact on helping us provide our programs that directly benefit the communities and people we serve.