Knights of Trinity
Have you ever watched a TV show and been convinced that the character you’re watching should do something else? Ever played a video game and been frustrated at the limits of what you can do? A roleplaying game allows you to inhabit a fictional character. Together with a group of other players, you will create a unique story between where every choice and consequence is yours.
Types of Stories
Dungeons & Dragons is the best known roleplaying game, but if that kind of story doesn’t appeal to you, then don’t worry – there are games that cover every type of fictional genre. Space Opera, Zombie Horror, Heist Movie – these are just a very few of the experiences you can enjoy!
Also known as “The Granite City”, Aberdeen is a city on the north-east coast of Scotland. It is mostly known as the centre of the UK’s oil and gas industry, but is also home to a growing and vibrant community of game players. Why not join it?
Is it Tuesday yet?
There is an online show called _Critical Role_, in which a group of voice actors play Dungeons & Dragons. Their weekly sign-off is “Is it Thursday yet?”, but we meet on a Tuesday! If you’re unsure about roleplaying, it’s a good guide to what goes on in a game session.
The Knights of Trinity formed in late 2000. Our goal has always been to provide a place for fans of roleplaying games to come together and play the games they love with people that they like. We play traditional and well-known games like Dungeons & Dragons, as well as modern games - there really are a lot out there! We meet every week of the year apart from the Christmas and New Year fortnight, using a series of blocks of weeks to allow our members to try different games with different groups. Check out some of those games below...!
Regular club members
Games playing each week
Years of history
Games in club library
Hours & Info
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The GDPR and the Knights of Trinity No – it’s not the start of a book franchise! The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a new European directive – you may have heard of it when dozens of e-mails appeared in your inbox, telling you that those sites you used once five years ago have Read more about The times they are a-changing![…]