Just got back from Columbus, Ohio and have a report for you all on Origins 2018 today. I'll begin, where everything ended which was with Darcy at the Monte Cook Games booth. This was about ten minutes before the Dealer hall closed, and Darcy, still going strong, and pitched me on Invisible Sun, and provided … Continue reading Origins 2018
March 8-11, 2018 Margaret Weis received the honor of being named the recipient of the Gary Gygax Lifetime Achievement Award from GaryCon for her oustanding contributions to gaming and TSR with Dragonlance, and her other Fantasy works and writings which brought TSR enhanced professional and literary acclaim! Congratulations!, Margaret. Well Done! Attendance skyrocketed from just … Continue reading GaryCon X Highlights
I hope you all have enjoyed the photo stream from CincyCon 2018. To finish out today, I'm adding just a few of my favorite dealers and new contacts from the show. There were at least twenty-five exhibitors, and this show is larger than I thought, I'm glad I finally made it to attend this year! … Continue reading CincyCon 2018 – Part Five – Saving the Best for Last!
Attendance for the whole weekend was about 1,300-1,500. There were easily seven to eight hundred gamers there on Saturday morning when I first showed up, with groups constantly coming and going all day long. Badge prices were reasonable with $25 getting a Saturday/Sunday badge, and a twenty spot getting one in for the entire day … Continue reading CincyCon 2018 – Part Four – Random Games at the Tables
Games Being Played this Year @ CincyCon Cincinnati Arsenal Gaming Club This year, the Cincinnati Arsenal gaming Club Sponsored the Warhammer 40k Tournament as well as the Flames of War tournament. Here are a few photos of the 25+ gaming tables the Cincinnati Arsenal gaming Club had setup this year for the show! … Continue reading CincyCon 2018 – Part Three – Warhammer 40k & the Flames of War Tournament
Games Being Played this Year @ CincyCon Blood Bowl WWI game run by a Brit Test of Honour
The Morrow Project Originally Published in 1980 by Richard Tucholka. Todays review will consist of some commentary about the original edition as well as a review of The Morrow Project 3rd edition, which I picked up from Dave Chase back in 2004. If I can find it, I'll include a short interview with Dave, which … Continue reading The Morrow Project