The Stockholm Roleplaying Guild is a resource for adult tabletop roleplaying gamers to find one another for regular English language games.

Communication Channels

The starting point for getting in touch with the Guild is the Meetup site After that all discussions, after-action reports, questions etc, are done on our Discord.

To join our Discord sign up for one of our sessions at meetup and you will receive an invitation link.

Regular Events

We run one event a month, usually the third Saturday of the month. All people who want to run a game are welcome to advertise their game on the relevant channel on Discord. Players should talk to the GM of whichever game they’re interested in if they want to join. GM’s have complete say in who gets to join their games, no questions asked.

What if there aren’t any places available?

If there’s no space available at any of the tables for a given event or if there aren’t any that appeal to you, you have a few options:

  • Ask in the relevant Discord channel.
  • Run your own game. We can always use new GMs. Most major role playing games have “quick start” adventures which are designed for new players and GMs alike to dive in and learn as they play. We have a number of starter sets available to borrow on request.
  • Register your interest with the GMs of any of the games you’re interested in to join in case a space opens up.

Note that, although we will do our best to cover everyone, we cannot guarantee the number of game tables or spots available at our events. We always keep a few one-page RPGs around for last minute game organization.

What if I want to run a game outside the regular events?

We have a Discord channel for that where you can advertise your game or join an existing one. Of course, in that case, arranging for a time and venue will be up to you.

Alcohol policy

The main club events are alcohol-free events. Members often meet for after-game drinks but there’s no drinking at club events.

Code of Conduct

We expect anyone that joins our guild to be ready to follow our Code of Conduct. Make sure to read it.