About Us

The Brackley & District Gamers Club, AKA, The BAD Gamers, meets on Tuesdays from about 7pm to 10.30pm at the Bracken Leas Primary School, in Brackley, Northamptonshire, UK

We’re an informal tabletop games club, with a wide range of gaming interests covering all aspects of the tabletop games hobby –

Ages range from 16 to 60+ and most Tuesdays we have ten to fourteen people at the club, with 2 – 3 miniatures war games and 1 – 2 boardgames tables.

Members come from Brackley and the surrounding area – Banbury, Buckingham, Bicester and Towcester.

As well as the regular Tuesday nights, six times a year we have an All Day Sunday gaming session, where we meet from 9 to 6 to play those longer Boardgames, bigger Miniatures Wargames, day long Role Playing Game sessions, or just to play more games.

If you’d like to find out more, please visit our Facebook page,  or our Blog page come along on a Tuesday night or get in contact via the form below.

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Fantasy gaming to the fore

Descent continued its journey towards the end of the campaign with part two of the Wyrm Turns scenario. This saw the (so called) heroes try and stop the Overlord’s minions escape from the dungeon with the Red Dragon Skull. Despite Overlord Frank now playing with a little more organisation (he has a spreadsheet!) allowing him … Continue reading Fantasy gaming to the fore

Area control, old friends and vampires

That was the content of last night’s meeting of the BAD Gamers. Tom, who hasn’t been around for a while, and is now secretary of the Banbury wargames club, NOW Gamers, came along and had a game of Wrath of Kings with Darren A. The RPG’ers played the dark ages version of Vampire and the … Continue reading Area control, old friends and vampires

January catch up at the BAD Gamers

With January about to leave us, its time to catch up on some of the games played recently at the BAD Gamers Mark, Lee and Frank took Merchants & Marauders for a spin. Been a while, and it showed in Frank’s ability to remember the rules! Still Lee created a good narrative as a merchant … Continue reading January catch up at the BAD Gamers

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