Ministry of Game North 2016 – Term 2

Welcome to Ministry of Game 2016!  Click on this post to find out a little more about the most current games we have running, and player spaces in these games. We welcome anyone 18 or over to join our games if

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Weekend Away 2016!

Here’s the summary of details: What: The Ministry of Game Weekend Away 2016 When: 10-13 June (Queens Birthday long weekend) Where: The Swaggers Motor Inn in Yass… again! Who: Ministry of Game members (past and present) and family first. We will open

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Migrating server

Howdy everyone, I plan to migrate the server in the next couple of days (hopefully over the weekend). So if you visit the site and things seem down, don’t panic, I’m trying to fix it. Dave  

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That time Ishmael wasn’t worthy

We’re not entirely sure of the reliability of this extract, mainly because it doesn’t appear to match the tenor of the rest of the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII. Mainly because the number of zombies appears

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That time Grunk and Hulk awoke an elder god

For reasons yet to be determined, the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII offer little detail about their journey east. Given what we know now of the geography of the area, it is possible that they saw

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That time that there may actually have been thousands of zombies

We’ve been able to piece together parts of the Chronicles of Sir Roejaz McDonald, recently recovered after they were thought lost in a house fire caused by some ‘investigators’ or some such. Cross-referencing with the Chronicles of the Legend of

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That time Sir Beresford attempted to explain middle-men, commissions, and fine print

There is a subtle change in the proceeding chapters of the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII. The inclusions of the first person plural seem to indicate that the original writer or writers was or were present.

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The Frank Episode, Part 2: You Forgot Your Van… (by guest writer Dave Smith)

Life was pretty good for Frank Stubbs, both generally and imminently. Generally, he had a good job (it paid good money) a nice girl he was seeing (maybe someday she would see him too, assuming she ever looked out of

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The Frank Episode Part 1 (wherein they found out some actual information)

Sam and Neville had not been idle, though. They had been taking a leisurely breakfast downstairs when Vic and Tabitha had walked past them to head out on their escapade. Sam had been flipping through recent issues of The Border

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A Dead Girl Found, a Burglary Foiled… and Sam Will Not Be Pleased

Sam eased the gasping car over to the side of the road. “What was that? I hope it wasn’t something important,” said Vic from the passenger seat. “Pfft, stupid boys. I can fix it in no time.” Tabitha jumped out

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That time they were on … well, a side of the lake

—- For whatever reason, the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII are silent on what happened between the party being in the forest and coming back to town. Recent analysis of a journal by one of the

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Road Trip!

It was an unusually warm Saturday in April, and the fans on the ceiling slowly pushed the hot air around the office of the Crime Watchmen of Australia. Sam, still in his trench coat, was fanning himself with a manila

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A typical night

6:45pm - Dinner will be provided ($7 to cover costs of food)

7:30pm - Games start

10:30pm sharp! - Games stop so people can get home at a reasonable hour

Feel free to bring along snacks! Cold drinks will be available to buy, but you can also bring your own. Just don't make a mess!