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SIX GODS SIT DOWN TO SPEND AN EVENING ROLEPLAYING. REALLY BADLY.

A ten-thousand-year quest is about to be completed. Prophecies will be fulfilled, ancient riddles answered, legendary evils bested, and the nature of the universe revealed. All that’s needed is a band of mighty heroes to do the completing.

Unfortunately for the locals, the gods have taken a personal interest in the chronicle of these heroes’ adventures. Now they are each guiding one of the characters towards the conclusion of their epic journey. That is, when they’re not squabbling, backstabbing each other, blowing things up by accident, refusing to play by the rules, and turning the AllFather’s creation into a mess of petty arguments, fantasy cliché, gratuitous combat and unnecessary dice-rolls.

If you thought your games group couldn’t be any worse, Game Night shows just how bad things can get when a bunch of unruly deities decide they want to play. And may the heavens help us all.

Game Night was nominated for an ENnie Award in 2008.

“Buy Game Night. It’s a fun, fresh, irreverent read that’ll ring true to any gamer even if, unlike the protagonists, you happen not to be a god.”
—John Kovalic, creator of Dork Tower

“The best novel ever written about gaming. One of the funniest novels ever written about
anything.”

—RPGNet review (rating 5/5) by Steve Darlington

“This is the best work of gaming fiction I have ever read.”
—ENWorld review by Crothian

“A laugh riot… the writing is top-notch, the story is hilarious.”
—ENWorld review (rating 5/5) by Teflon Billy

 

About the Author

Jonny Nexus is thought by many to be the foremost humour writer on the subject of roleplaying games.

He’s served as a regular columnist for the magazines Valkyrie and Signs & Portents, wrote the Slayers Guide to Games Masters for leading gaming company Mongoose Publishing, and is the editor and chief writer of the cult webzine Critical Miss.

Outside of writing, he lives in Brighton, UK, with his wife,a  dog and a menagerie of house plants and works as a programmer in the City of London. ‘Jonny Nexus’ is, of course, a pseudonym. His real name is Jonathan Nexus.

 
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July 16th, 2012
Must agree with the others. This is absolutely great representations of soooo many games. I have been this ref, and much to my chagrin, I have probably been the Warrior or the Jester as well. This is must read for any referee, potential ref or gamer [...]
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May 13th, 2010
This is a must-read for RPGers. Jonny Nexus, author of the now-defunct criticalmiss online 'zine, is one of the funniest authors in the RPG space. The novel tells the tale of a group of gods sitting around a table playing a role-playing game. Each [...]
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February 1st, 2010
Oh good lord. Ok, I want to know how long Johnny Nexus as been planting bugs in my gaming group! Every one of the gods (players) in this is an archetype that most gamers will have played with (and if you've ever been Lord Warrior I hope you got yours [...]
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