The Cheese Grinder

 

The Cheese Grinder XI: Reduction of Cheese

 

Players create their biggest cheesiest 11th level Pathfinder character, using our rule set and are thrown into a dungeon of death to see how long they can survive.   

This is a round robin style play tournament. Six players sit down and play begins.  When one character is killed, the next player takes that person's seat at the table and play continues. The party will change often. One minute a balanced party, the next all bards (but who takes a bard to The Cheese Grinder?).  You may last 10 hours you may only last 10 seconds.  The Cheese Grinder starts Friday at 1pm and does not stop till Sunday 1pm.  That’s right 48 hours non-stop. 

Six (or more) players will be chosen for the finals Sunday night to fight it out in an arena of death to see who will be crowned the King of Cheese.  It could be you! 

Prepare yourself to fight creatures of legend.  80%+ of room will be combat this year.  Stumble through traps of true brutality.  Wrack your brain on puzzles, riddles and questions that would try any hero young and old.  So brush up on your tactics, ready your reflexes and prepare for insanity.

 

Pregens available

 

We will be using d20Pro (by Mindgene) Virtual Table Top software to help speed up game play.  If players know the system they are welcomed to use as much as they want.  By default it will be used as a map tool only.  Players not familiar with d20Pro are encouraged to roll their own dice.

Please feel free to create your character ahead of time and bring them with you on CD or a thumb drive. (We need the Herolab .por file and a d20Pro export of the creature as well) 

 

The Cheese Grinder XI Nationals

Held at: Dragon Con  August 30th - September 2nd, 2013

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 21 June 2013 13:34
 

 

The Cheese Grinder X: Fromage Rising

 

The infamous Cheese Grinder is now a decade old!  Players create their biggest cheesiest 11th level Pathfinder character, using our rule set and are thrown into a dungeon of death to see how long they can survive.   

This is a round robin style play tournament. Six players sit down and play begins.  When one character is killed, the next player takes that person's seat at the table and play continues. The party will change often. One minute a balanced party, the next all bards (but who takes a bard to The Cheese Grinder?).  You may last 10 hours you may only last 10 seconds.  The Cheese Grinder starts Friday morning and does not stop till Sunday morning.  That’s right 48 hours non-stop. 

Six (or more) players will be chosen for the finals Sunday night to fight it out in an arena of death to see who will be crowned the King of Cheese.  It could be you! 

Prepare yourself to fight creatures of legend.  Stumble through traps of true brutality.  Wrack your brain on puzzles, riddles and questions that would try any hero young and old.  So brush up on your tactics, ready your reflexes, recall your Monty Python, and beware of kids cartoons gone bad. 

 

Pregens available

 

We will be using d20Pro (by Mindgene) Virtual Table Top software to help speed up game play.  Players are still welcomed to roll their own dice or use dice from our 'communal dice pool'.  You can use as little or as much of the software as you like.

To speed up time we are offering the use of Hero Labs software to create and print out your characters (an extra $1 for the printing 'gold level entrant' into the tournament). Entering your PC into Hero Labs allows us to quickly import your PC to a game table saving you valuable time. Please feel free to create your character ahead of time and bring them with you on CD or a thumb drive. (We need the Herolab .por file)

 

The Cheese Grinder X Regionalss

Held at: Heroes and Villians Comics and Games June 16th (noon - 1am)

The Cheese Grinder X Nationals

Held at: Dragon Con  August 31st - September 3rd, 2012

 

If you would be interested in helping support The Cheese Grinder please feel free to make a donation.  All monies donated will go to prize support and convention expenses. 

Thank you for your help and dedication to The Cheese Grinder!

  

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 00:12