It’s that magical time of year again: GenCon! This is my 25th GenCon in a row and I still get excited every year. If you are looking to talk to me, my public schedule is below.
The easiest place to find me is the Green Ronin booth, #1703. We are right by a front entrance this year, which is great. Mornings are a good bet, but I’ll be around in the afternoon too unless I’ve got meetings or a seminar.
5 pm: A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying and the Chronicle System
Convention Center, Room 242
Based on George R.R. Martin’s Westeros, A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying allows you to play out the intrigues of this rich setting. We’ll also discuss the Chronicle System materials, which expand the scope of the rule set.
8:00 pm: ENnie Awards
Union Station Hotel, Grand Hall
Green Ronin is up for several awards and our crew will of course be there for the ceremony!
Noon: Dragon Age Roleplaying and the Future of the AGE System
Crowne Plaza Hotel : Victoria Stn A/B
Bioware’s world of Thedas is the setting for our Dragon Age tabletop roleplaying game. Learn devs Chris Pramas’ and Jack Norris’ plans for the setting and the development of more AGE system games.
2 pm: Emerald Spire All-Stars Seminar
Convention Center: Room 231
Join a panel of the game design superstars behind the Pathfinder Emerald Spire Superdungeon. Panelists will discuss their original dungeon levels, followed by a Q&A and signing. Join a jaw-dropping panel of the game design superstars behind Paizo’s Emerald Spire Superdungeon. Panelists will discuss their original dungeon levels and share dungeon-themed anecdotes from their career in gaming, followed by a Q&A and signing. Panelists: Ed Greenwood, Frank Mentzer, Richard Baker, Wolfgang Baur, Mike Stackpole, Jordan Weisman, Chris Pramas, Lisa Stevens, Erik Mona, F. Wesley Schneider, James Jacobs, Jason Bulmahn, Sean K Reynolds.
See you all in Indianapolis!
Hey, have fun at GenCon! Wish I could be there. My company sent me to Indy about a month ago for some seminars at the convention center. Too bad they couldn’t have sent me THIS weekend 😉 Ah well, maybe someday I’ll get there (I’ve never been). Until then, I’m starting up my first Dragon Age RPG campaign, which I’ll be covering on my blog.
Great review as usual. This game is one of my faortives – I have a copy of the version called “Shogun” that I snagged on eBay a few years ago.Another advantage of the reprint is that they replaced the pink plastic pieces with brown plastic. That’s a nice touch if the fifth player wants his dudes to look tough on the map.