Mission Statement

We will entertain our players by providing a gaming atmosphere which is challenging and fun, regardless of whether a person prefers adventure, combat, political, physical, role-playing, or mental challenges. We will offer our members well-balanced events which provides every player an equal opportunity to be entertained and advance in the areas of their particular skills and interests.

Sportsmanship Policy

All NERO Participants are expected to follow each on of these tenets to the best of their ability.

  • Play fairly and honestly.
  • Follow the spirit of the rules, as well as the letter of the rules.
  • Be considerate of all other NERO participants.
  • Remember, everyone has the right to enjoy the game as much as you do.
  • Contribute to the fun of all participants.
  • If in doubt, error on the side of what is most fun for the most people.

Participation Age Requirement

There is a minimum age requirement in order to participate in the game at NERO Highborn.

  • Children under 9 are not allowed on site without prior permission from the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • Children between the ages of 10-12 may attend but are not permitted to play. They must wear an orange headband and are referred to as a "Page". This means that they are non-combatants and may not play the game, but can talk and role-play with others. The parent of the child must always be nearby and aware of their child. A signed Medical and Legal Release must be on file. There is a reduced event fee of $10 for them to attend, paid at the door.
  • Children between the ages of 13-17 may participate with parent/guardian permission. They must have an active NERO Membership and a character. A signed Medical and Legal Release must be on file. Standard event fees apply.
  • If your child is underfoot and uncontrolled you may be asked to remove them for their own safety. Children running around, disrupting the game, and getting in the middle of combat (or other things where they don't belong) causes potentially unsafe situations. If the situation is undeterred after repeated requests, you may be asked to leave the site with your child. We hate to ask people to leave so please do not force the situation to that point.