Wednesday Cards and Cartridges
4 pm - 6 pm
Location TBA - check our socials
updated for semester 1 2023
Wednesday is the day to get stuck into card games, from Magic to Codenames to Machi Koro and more! We also have a Nintendo Switch available among other consoles to get your Just Dance or Smash Bros fix. With soft drink and snacks provided and a huge range of titles to play, kick back with some friends and some games.
Friday Pizza and Games
5 pm - 9 pm
updated for semester 1 2023
Every Friday night, Sutekh gathers for its flagship event, Pizza and Games. This is our largest event and, as the name implies, is focused on enjoying the two greatest things in the world: pizza and board games. We provide drinks, snacks and $5 pizzas to accompany the gaming fun.
With a large variety of board games available, you can try your hand at games you don’t know, request a game from our library or even bring your favourites from home!
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Borrow from a collection of 2000+ sci-fi and fantasy books and comics
Members can borrow from a massive library of books and comics. Members may also request to use titles from our large collection of RPG books during any Sutekh event.
Our library is once again open for 2022! Click the link below to access the patron application and catalogue. Once you’ve been approved, you can browse our enormous collection for titles you want to check out.
Video Games and Discord
look for players to join for co-op,
versus or just to chat about your favourite games
We have a range of channels on our Discord server for game discussion, finding players and friends, and voice channels for conversations and online gaming. You can find it at discord.io/sutekh or by following the link below.
Find groups to play Dungeons and Dragons, Blades in the Dark and more!
Fill out the form to be matched with players or game masters that fit the kind of game you're looking for
What Sutekh Provides
Sutekh links players and DMs together and provide resources to support play. Source books can be borrowed by our DMs from the library.
For those that can’t play regularly, we also have plans to host one-shot events once COVID-19 restrictions allow it.
Unfortunately, Sutekh cannot currently provide spaces for everyone to play in. If this raises any issues please contact our RPG Officer for help.
To keep play accessible to all, Sutekh RPG groups are encouraged to follow our RPG code of conduct.
RPG CODE OF CONDUCt
The following is a code of conduct that both players and DMs should abide by in order to ensure that everyone can enjoy themselves at the table. If you are ever uncomfortable at the table, contact the RPG Coordinator or one of our other executive members about it.
Be respectful to the DM and other players
Everyone else is there to have fun, and to ensure that this can happen, everyone needs to work together. This means don’t talk over other people, don’t interrupt and allow everyone to have a say.
Make sure everyone feels comfortable at the table
Respect the boundaries set by other people. If someone has declared that they don’t want a certain topic discussed because it makes them uncomfortable, then honour that.
RPGs are team games, so talk to each other. Listen to others’ ideas and make sure to add in your own points. Everyone has good ideas, so be sure to share them. Similarly, don’t be afraid to ask or answer a question. It helps everyone to learn.
Don’t hog the spotlight
Tabletop games are about everyone having fun. Don’t be that one person who always has to make things about them. If the paladins been questing for that holy sword for the past month, don’t steal it.
Make a character that can work
Remember, it’s the DM’s job to tell a story, but it’s the player’s job to make a character that can interact with the story and other characters.
When in doubt, ask the DM
If in doubt about any of these things, or anything else to do with the game, ask your DM.
Zero tolerance for sexism, homophobia, racism, and other forms of discrimination
These things won’t be tolerated at all, and if this is breached, may result in you being asked to leave the group. We are aware that we are playing a game and that these elements might come up in-game. However, we should all be capable of separating the game from real life.