Free RPG Days

We will be hosting games all day for free. People will be seated on a first come first serve basis. Games will range from D&D to Dungeon Crawl to more indie games.
Players will be given prizes and there will be free give aways for people who don’t get a chance to play
Free RPG Day works with top RPG publishers to create the can’t miss RPG event of the year at hobby game stores around the world.
Participating retailers will receive a treasure trove of new and exclusive RPG adventures, previews, and accessories to provide an unparalleled day of roleplaying celebration.
Attendees will get to snag cool exclusives, maybe play new games, and be surrounded by like-minded gamers!
In “The Victor’s Tale”, two players tell the story of mythic beings locked in battle, rolling dice to determine who gains the upper hand. When the dust settles, only one stands victorious, and only one version of the tale remains. This short, two player narrative tabletop game was published in the Level 1 Indie RPG Anthology, distributed by 9th Level Games for free as part of Free RPG Day. The designer of “The Victor’s Tale”, Gabrielle Rabinowitz, a Crown Heights local, will be at Anyone Comics to facilitate her game and any others from the Level 1 anthology. You can follow Gabrielle on Twitter at and on at

Blackout in Crater Valley is a unique RPG adventure inspired by VHS era slasher films, 80’s nostalgia, DIY music subculture and Cthulhu Mythos horror utilizing the Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG system. Blackout in Crater Valley is a ‘0 level funnel’ which means players will create between 2 and 4 low level characters and try to survive the perils that await them as they attempt to rescue their friend Julie.

This game will be for up to five players ages 18+. Free zero and level 1 DCC modules will be available as part of the Free RPG Day from Goodman Games. Helping facilitate Blackout in Crater Valley will be Avraham Yosef Baez, You can follow him on twitter: and check out some of his own games at

Dread is a horror RPG that sets itself apart from others by using a Jenga tower for action resolution, rather than a set of dice. If you knock over the tower, your character is removed from the game. It is expected, in these horror scenarios, that most of the characters will not survive. Will you meet your end, or rise above it?
Leo Kiker is an experienced Game Master of ten years, and a fiction writer by trade. More often than not, he is running games for people of all ages, or training people up to become GMs themselves. He strongly believes that RPGs are for everyone, and will always encourage people to give it a shot at least once. If you’ve ever wanted to try a system or get into RPGs at all, he’s your guy.
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Ever want to star in Stranger Things? Well here is your chance. Come join a session of Kids on Bikes for Free RPG day. Kids on Bikes is a Collaborative World Building RPG set in small towns with big mysteries. Players take on the roles of small town heroes facing big adventure and play with a community controlled POWERED CHARACTER in the game!

You and your friends are in a town called Undecided. No, that’s not a misprint or missed fill-in-the-blank. Undecided is literally the name of the town. It appears our founding fathers were pushed into promptly filling out the proper paperwork for establishing the town and the name of the town was up for debate, so under ame they put “Undecided”. Bureaucracy being what it is, they shortly got back documents declaring the town of Undecided legally established. Even now, in 1988, nobody got around to actually changing the town’s name. Something funky has been happening in Undecided and our group of players are about to find out.
Kids on Bikes will be GMed by Matt C

We recommend registering for the game of your choice in advance on Eventbrite!
Or Sunday at 3pm


Jun 25 2022


3:00 pm - 7:00 pm