What is the most amazing thing that you know a game group has done for their community?
Our game groups tend not to interact much with the community outside of the game store we frequent. “Helping local stores, especially restaurants, stay in business” is a pretty lame answer. But there is the brick.
One of my early games as a player was a Mage: the Awakening campaign in college. Since we were all young and hilarious, our mismatched group of characters decided to express our irreverence by forming a cabal of professional pranksters, using magic to sneak into places and play tricks on people who deserved it. The campaign continued for some time after I left, and the Warriors of Inconvenience had a great many adventures I’ve only sort of heard about after the fact.
Around the end of the campaign, an adjacent section of campus underwent renovation. To help with costs the school sold bricks, which they would inscribe with whatever donors wanted. The group pooled their money and paid for one, so this stands as an eternal testament to both their strong desire to help their school and their strong desire to confuse anybody who happens by:
I don’t get to name enough pictures things like “warrior_brick.jpg”.