3XP15–17 November, The Brooklands Centre, The Brook, Sutton, Ely, Cambs CB6 2QQ. 
If you have an appetite for some Season 10 adventures, or old favourites, or modules, or to try out Pathfinder 2nd edition, or if you are just plain hungry, come to 3XP.

WarhornA fun-filled weekend, packed with PFS goodness morning, noon and night in November in Sutton Village Hall, Cambridgeshire. Starting from the Friday evening with a meet-up and game. On Saturday each session will be full of Pathfinder games. On Sunday we have one longer session for a more leisurely game. You can sign up to GM or to Play on our Warhorn. GM at least one session to receive the GM discount or volunteer to help with the clean up. If you have any questions email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The venue is http://www.suttonrblclub.co.uk – this place has a proper paved carpark for up to 50 cars. There is only one room but it is bigger and more comfortable than the previous hall. The heating here is better and there is a large outdoor area that can be used if it is good weather. We also gain a bar on the Saturday night and wi-fi. Just outside there is a field with a play area which should improve things for those bringing kids.

The infamous Dragon Drop Café will also be making its return to bring you hot, freshly made food direct to your table for Second Breakfasts and Lunch. There are also Fish 'n' Chips, Chinese and Indian takeaways nearby. 

As usual, 3XP is hoping to increase the money we raise for charity with a raffle and 'cake mountain’. We would love to have donations from our wonderful attendees. So if you have any items that would make a good raffle prize please bring them along and if you are good at baking (or shopping) there is no such thing as too much cake. This year our charity donations go to Cancer charities – with personal significance to many of our gamers. Last time we raised over a thousand pounds for charity!