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Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Thursday May 19th, 2022 1:48pm
by drrob101
Hi Everyone,

Mark your calendars and assemble your teams! The most epic charity game night returns to Connecticut, US on Saturday November 12, 2022! Registration opens in a few weeks.

40 players, 8 teams will be playing HeroQuset for glory and for charity!

www.dungeonsofhope.org

Heroes Fighting Homelessness!

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Friday May 20th, 2022 7:39pm
by Kurgan
Awesome idea... !

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Sunday May 22nd, 2022 2:44am
by Daedalus
If someone from the Inn could make it to Hartford, CT, I imagine other Inn members could pledge a few dollars for the cause. It's awesome that Rob got a plug on the local news featuring the box cover. So impressive what is being done with our hobby!

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Sunday May 29th, 2022 12:47am
by wallydubbs
Daedalus wrote:If someone from the Inn could make it to Hartford, CT, I imagine other Inn members could pledge a few dollars for the cause. It's awesome that Rob got a plug on the local news featuring the box cover. So impressive what is being done with our hobby!

I actually live in CT, about 16 miles from Hartford, but I don't have any sponsors.

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Sunday May 29th, 2022 1:38am
by Kurgan
Sadly that's a long trip for me, but if I could contribute in some way. Anybody want to simulcast the events? Depending upon the time of day I could cover it on HeroQuestFans stream on twitch (I work during the day, but done 4pm Central).

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Tuesday May 31st, 2022 5:29pm
by HispaZargon
drrob101 wrote:Hi Everyone,

Mark your calendars and assemble your teams! The most epic charity game night returns to Connecticut, US on Saturday November 12, 2022! Registration opens in a few weeks.

40 players, 8 teams will be playing HeroQuset for glory and for charity!

http://www.dungeonsofhope.org

Heroes Fighting Homelessness!

Great enterprise! Difficult to assist from my country, I wish you a full success with the idea.

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Tuesday June 14th, 2022 5:13pm
by drrob101
Kurgan wrote:Sadly that's a long trip for me, but if I could contribute in some way. Anybody want to simulcast the events? Depending upon the time of day I could cover it on HeroQuestFans stream on twitch (I work during the day, but done 4pm Central).


Possibly! Will discuss and get back to you. Thanks!

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Tuesday June 14th, 2022 5:27pm
by Kurgan
What am I saying, I'm off that day! I stream on a saturday anyway...

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Monday July 11th, 2022 9:02am
by Daedalus
wallydubbs wrote:
Daedalus wrote:If someone from the Inn could make it to Hartford, CT, I imagine other Inn members could pledge a few dollars for the cause. It's awesome that Rob got a plug on the local news featuring the box cover. So impressive what is being done with our hobby!

I actually live in CT, about 16 miles from Hartford, but I don't have any sponsors.

I see registration to become a member is 35 dollars. If you make it, I'll match that and up the ante. I can cut a check for $50 to help the homeless.

You find a small, wooden box. It is
simple-looking and very old.
Within, you discover it is lined with
velvet and contains very small jewels
worth 50 gold coins. Record the
money on your sheet. Do not return
this card to the deck.

Come on, Inn members, let Wallydubbs draw some more treasure cards so he can buy some decent equipment! It's for a great HQ charity and he's awesome at reporting his games, to boot. Sign up in this thread for a great cause and we can send him the money before he goes. PMs should handle this. We've been told about this for years; it's high-time we answered the call and sponsored a Hero from the Inn.

My sig has a purpose again!

Re: Heroquest for Charity

PostPosted: Tuesday July 12th, 2022 6:51am
by wallydubbs
Daedalus wrote:
wallydubbs wrote:
Daedalus wrote:If someone from the Inn could make it to Hartford, CT, I imagine other Inn members could pledge a few dollars for the cause. It's awesome that Rob got a plug on the local news featuring the box cover. So impressive what is being done with our hobby!

I actually live in CT, about 16 miles from Hartford, but I don't have any sponsors.

I see registration to become a member is 35 dollars. If you make it, I'll match that and up the ante. I can cut a check for $50 to help the homeless.

You find a small, wooden box. It is
simple-looking and very old.
Within, you discover it is lined with
velvet and contains very small jewels
worth 50 gold coins. Record the
money on your sheet. Do not return
this card to the deck.

Come on, Inn members, let Wallydubbs draw some more treasure cards so he can buy some decent equipment! It's for a great HQ charity and he's awesome at reporting his games, to boot. Sign up in this thread for a great cause and we can send him the money before he goes. PMs should handle this. We've been told about this for years; it's high-time we answered the call and sponsored a Hero from the Inn.

My sig has a purpose again!


I could do $35 for membership.

Yeah, I'd gladly do some reporting on this. It doesn't seem like they're opposed to pictures and videos, which I could possibly post on here. I'd very much appreciate representing the inn at this event!
Even if I don't raise enough and can't participate in the gameplay, would they still be ok with someone going just to report on it for the site?