As relaxing as it was intense, Game Night in the Savage Library proved itself to be a great opportunity for hours of laughter and triumph, sharing stories of adventure and magic or simply to lounge and strike up a spirited conversation. The true magic of the event, however, was the welcoming atmosphere. Whether you were a veteran of board games or just hoping to get a sneak peek, there was always a spot to join in and experienced players willing to teach or challenge whoever took it.
Amongst all the inside jokes and victory dances, new friends were certainly made, and old friends were reunited all thanks to the warm and enthusiastic people behind Gamer’s Guild.
“It’s a good way to get to know new people and have good, wholesome fun for a few hours,” Western freshman Emrys Anderson said.
“Gamer’s Guild is a great way to let off steam and play games with a bunch of people who love them as much as I do. It’s really an awesome group of people.” junior Leif Townsend said.
Story by Pete Rivera.