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Wargames, Anime, Role Play & Magic Society (SWARM)

Here at SWARM we endeavor to create a friendly and relaxed environment in which our members can play all forms of traditional, social games, such as:

  • Tabletop Role-Playing Games (e.g. Dungeons and Dragons)
  • Card Games (e.g. Magic the Gathering & Yu-Gi-Oh)
  • Tabletop Wargames (e.g. Warhammer)
  • A large variety of interesting and actually good board games (Not like those excruciating games of monopoly you used to have to play at Christmas!)

We are open to all comers and interests; if you wish to bring something new to SWARM then we are always up for giving something a try, or you are just as welcome to turn up and join in with anything we already have to offer!

We meet evey Wednesday in Falmer Common Room 12pm - 10pm to play games, hang out and have a good time.

We also have a Discord server where our members can chat, hang out and organise games!

Join in here: https://discord.gg/Hh2fGC




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  • Wargames, Anime, Role Play & Magic Society (SWARM) Standard Membership£0.00

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