Lakeland Role Playing Guild provides two gaming events each month on the 2nd and 4th Fridays from 7:00-11:30pm. We meet at 3140 Troy Avenue in Lakeland (inside the UU Congregation of Lakeland).

Our events provide multiple scheduled gaming tables as well as room for open tables for board games or card games or pick up RPG games. Check out our event descriptions in the category Guild News, Announcements, and Schedule.

Events are free to check out, although we do encourage regular attendees to join the Guild. Beginning in Activity Year 18 (Sept 2017), dues are $40 per person to become a member. If you do not wish to become a member, after two visits as a guest, there will be a $2 door charge to play. Your dues help us pay for our rent of the space and other items as needed.

We do not provide matchmaking services for home tables. We do not advertise home tables. We are involved primarily with running our two mini-con events each month. If members wish to recruit for their own personal home tables, they are welcome to do so both at Guild events as well as in the member-only section of the forum. The Guild holds no responsibility for those tables run outside of Guild.
Welcome to the new Lakeland Role Playing Guild forums. All content has been imported from our old system and slightly reorganized. If you encounter any issues or cannot located particular content, drop me a message in the Off Topic category by including @mightyrocket or send us an email at guild @
Are you looking for a game or have an open spot at your home table? We added a Looking for Game category for Members only. Be sure to check it out. Game on!

Visual Alignment Tracker

I mentioned this during a game last session and promised that I would put up the link here. It's a free tool. I haven't used it yet, but it is something I'm considering for other games.

From the Drive Thru RPG Description: "Wicked K Games proudly presents our first free product: the Visual Alignment Tracker! This system creates a balanced approach to handling PC alignments and alignment changes. As the players make decisions, their alignment score gradually changes to reflect these actions. The tracking boxes maintain the PCs score totals and the point values translate into coordinates on the gridded graph. The two printable charts and color reference page included make managing all of this quick and easy. By constantly shaping the player's alignment, it encourages them to consider their character's ethics while roleplaying."

Visual Alignment Tracker

Check it out if you're interested!
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