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Patrick Ellwood

Gnomeaggageddon 2017

I am taking part in an 8 hour DnD game for Dementia UK because I feel it is a worthy cause in need of any support

120 %
raised of £50 target
by 3 supporters
  • Team members: Mik Calow, Jon Adamson, Matt Farmer
  • Event: Gnomeaggageddon, 11 Nov 2017

Dementia UK

We provide Admiral Nurses to support families affected by dementia

Charity Registration No. 1039404


Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

Some years ago I took part in a previous event raising money for extra life, I was however unable to raise any money for that and have wanted to try again with a more local charity. When the idea was suggested I jumped at the chance, this time I hope to raise even a pound. 

This November 11th that same GM will be running a full Dungeon named "Tomb of Horrors" myself in the shoes of the Gnomeish Cleric Nox Beren follower of the Gnomish Thunder God Tha-thoom will be embarking on this terrible  quest to loot treasure, kill monsters and vanquish the hated foe of Gnomekind.

Every participant, the Dungeon Master included, is seeking donations for a War Chest that can be spent in game for bonuses.
Where the DM is seeking money for re-roll monsters attacks, having them dodge fatal blows, or even resurrecting after falling in battle, myself and my fellow adventurers have the following options:

£1 to re-roll a single dice

£3 to start with an extra piece of rare equipment

£5 to stand up after a fatal wound, though only with 1 hit point

£10 to cheat death entirely and stand up on full hit points

If you would like to aid my character, the pious and slightly unhinged Nox Beren see the adventure through to the end, please donate to his war chest.

But if you would prefer to see our pint sized heroes put through the ringer, you can instead donate to the DMs war chest at

But either way your alignment falls and you donate, it all goes to the same good cause in honour of friends and family of the participants who have battled with Dementia

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.