Events at Modern Myths
Northampton Event Calendar:
Mamaroneck Event Calendar:
NEW! Mythos Open Hours: The Mythos at the Northampton Store will now have open hours! Stop by to check out merchandise, play all kinds of games, and meet fellow gamers and geeks!
Hours are: Monday, 5-11 PM; Wednesday, 6-10 PM; Thursday, 6-10 PM; Friday, 5-11 PM; Saturday, 5-11 PM; Sunday, 12-6 PM.
Pathfinder Society: Organized play for the popular heroic fantasy RPG. Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later. Every first Sunday (1:00-4:00 PM).
Next Session: Sunday, October 5th.
Dungeon Gaming Day: An easy way to get a regular dose of fantasy role-playing, the Dungeon Day format runs roughly 2 hours every week, with a single battle or challenge presented at each session. Make your own character or use one of ours, and drop in and out as your schedule allows. We’ll use a variety of system depending on available GMs, including different version of Dungeons & Dragons. Contact your location for details.
Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later. ARRIVE EARLY, seats may be limited! EVERY Wednesday from 7:00-9:00 PM.
(Northampton and Mamaroneck)
Magic The Gathering: Friday Night Magic: Some weeks we will run structured events, and others will feature more casual play. Unless otherwise announced, our default for Northampton is the Modern Constructed Deck format, and booster draft in Mamaroneck. Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later for Constructed format events, or $16 including tax for Draft (with 3 packs to play and at least 1 prize pack for every participant). EVERY Friday from 6:00-9:00 PM in Northampton, or 7:00-10:30 PM in Mamaroneck.
(Northampton and Mamaroneck)
Saturday Game Nights: Play a variety of board games, tabletop war games, card games, and more! No experience necessary, we’ll teach the rules. Games will be provided, or bring your favorites. Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later. EVERY Saturday from 7:00-11:00 PM.
(Northampton and Mamaroneck)
Graphic Novel Discussion Group: Join in a discussion of a different book each month. New selections chosen with input from the group, no previous book group experience necessary.Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later, or free with proof of purchase. Last Thursday of every month from 7:00-9:00 PM.
Next Session: Thursday, September 25th.
Dungeons & Dragons Living Forgotten Realms: Full-length games set in the official shared world for D&D 4e. Bring your own character, or create one on the spot (please arrive early). Ages 13+, younger with parent at the table. Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later. Every third Sunday from 5:00-9:00 PM. For details, check our official D&D events page!
Indie RPG Night:We’ll get together to explore the burgeoning world of small-press, self-published story games, many of them featuring a strong emphasis on shared storytelling and world-building. Many can be played in one session, and we’ll run introductory sessions of some longer-form games as well. For more in-depth information and discussion about which games we’re playing, check out our dedicated Google Group. Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later. First Thursday of every month from 7:00-11:00 PM
Next Session: Thursday, November 6th.
Miniatures Painting Workshop: Experienced painter and scenery builder Matt will get newcomers started and share advanced tricks and tips with veterans for making your miniatures look great. We feature Games Workshop products and scenery, but feel free to bring whatever you’re working on. We’ll provide paints and practice minis if you’re new to the hobby. No experience necessary, all ages first hour, second hour 13+, younger with parent at the table. Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later. Second Thursday of every month from 6:00-8:00 PM.
Next Session: Thursday, October 9th.
Other events we host but do not organize:
Western Mass Comics Creators Group: You can join other local comics creators, amateur and professional, for an informal roundtable of ideas, tips, and hopefully, inspiration! Newcomers (published and non-) always welcome. For more info, contact Scott Sheaffer by email: KMacAlp (AT) aol (PERIOD) com. All ages welcome. For details, check the official WMCCG events page! Admission is just $5 that you get back as store credit to use right away or save for later. First Tuesday of every month from 7:00-9:00 PM.
Next Session: Tuesday, October 7th.
We attend and host numerous other conventions and local events throughout the year, including JiffyCon, Total Confusion, ConBust, Dreamation, Free Comic Book Day in May, Free RPG Day in June, DexCon and ConnectiCon in July, D&D Game Days, the Paint & Pixel Festival in October, and Anonycon in December. If you are organizing a convention or other event, and you would like us to participate as a sponsor or vendor, please contact us as soon as you have firm dates and dealer’s room rates. We’re always interested in new convention opportunities and happy to advertise to our customers.
Northampton Community Events:
Lost Knight’s Boffing Practice
Email: Please use the Contact Us links.
Time: 1:00 PM every Sunday, Starting September 2014.
Location: Davis Lawn, Smith College.
Are you a boffer? Do you like to hit people with foam weapons? Do you want to learn how? Then come to the fields of the Lost Knights, where we get out our tensions by pretending to hit people with swords. We provide weapons and instructions, from the newest of the new to old hands at foam weapon attack methods. This group meets on Sundays at Davis Lawn, or in Davis Ballroom if the weather is poor.
GMs: Jason Stubbs, Rachel Frank, CJ Prager, Celena Ferrall, Kiersten Acker
GM email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Game website: Changeling
Time: Starting September 2014.
Location: Seelye Hall 3rd floor, Smith College.
Changeling: The Lost is a modern-day fantasy LARP. You play humans taken by the True Fae, twisted, tantalized, and tortured in ways unimaginable, then escaped or returned to the real world. Somehow, you ended up in the Keystone Islands, a town in Maine, where the hilarious and horrifying await you.