Message of the Day
The Message of the Day (MOTD) provides up-to-date information and any
other material pertaining to the maintenance of Archaea.
Please read new messages!
Events & Important Dates
The MD/DC/VA Archaea Group adventures on Saturdays once every two weeks
unless otherwise noted. This section lists the season's
events, dates, and locations. Don't forget to
check the MOTD for details in case of inclement
weather or for last minute schedule changes.
Parks & Sites
Adventures are held at local public parks in Maryland -- generally in
Montgomery County, Prince George's County, and Howard County. The
following lists available
sites as well as directions.
If you want more information, would like to make a suggestion, or simply send
the MD/DC/VA Archaea group a friendly note, please feel free to join the
the message board,
or to contact
the game. Looking for live-action resources or other games? Go to these
Make a donation to the MD/DC/VA Archaea Group. Donations, large or small,
cover the cost of creating game materials (rulebooks, skill cards, game
money, adventure costuming, adventure props) and event costs (administrative
supplies, site rental, feast preparations) when applicable.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Archaea? What do you need to play? How do you start your
own Archaea group? The following is a list of Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQs) about Archaea.
Rules & Addenda
The main Archaea Live-Action Role-Playing and
Wargaming Information Site details the history of the game, the
rules of play, and the realm of Archaea.
The MD/DC/VA Archaea Group addenda
contains recent changes, modifications, or "house rules" to the
5th edition Archaea sourcebook. Go
here for details on how to
purchase a rulebook.
Archaea is about action and color, adventure and setting, fantasy
and intrigue and we have the
pictures to prove it. Furthermore,
no drama nor adventure is complete without a cast of
Listed here are some of the players from the MD/DC/VA
Archaea Group and their in-game personas.
The Archon is the
newsletter for the MD/DC/VA Archaea Group.
The Archon is published quarterly and contains event information,
game information, addenda, game-inspired writing and artwork, and