Last week I covered the events I had planned out for my first day of Gen Con. Seeing as Thursday alone was enough to fill a post, I decided to split my itinerary into two separate articles. This week, we’ll look at what’s on the docket for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday!
Gen Con 2013 is just around the corner, and I’m already losing sleep from the building excitement. Making it to Gen Con has been high on my gamer bucket list for close to two decades and in only a few short months, I’ll finally get to experience the geektastic event that is “the best four days in gaming.” Event registration was a little over a week ago, and while I didn’t get into every event I had hoped for, I was actually surprised I made it into the majority. Here’s a quick run-down of my Gen Con schedule for Thursday August 15th, which includes the event description and my first impressions of what lies in store.
So, if you’ve been listening to the show, following me on Twitter, or read any of my articles, you’ve probably figured out that I’ll be going to GenCon this year. That being said, it would be in my best interest to squirrel away as much cash as possible and definitely NOT spend it on Kickstarter… but what can I say? Awesomely epic opportunities of gaming uniqueness only come along like every few weeks, so I have to take advantage of them, right? Well, this week, I got in on the absolute best/worst gaming Kickstarters ever – Epic Level Entertainment’s World’s Worst Dungeon Crawl! Check out the official press-release after the jump.
We all know that the majority of humanity is probably pretty decent, but all it takes is a couple of nut jobs to screw everything up for the rest of… well… everything. This goes for real life, and possibly the realms of fantasy as well. This week I’ll finish off my look at the classic fantasy races for D&D and Pathfinder with the humans, and talk about how they are pretty much the worst when it comes to all races.
Back when Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition released in 2000, those of us out there that had cut our teeth on AD&D 2nd Edition where privy to a slough of changes. While some aspects were a call-back to the original Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and familiar to the generation of gamers before myself, of all the changes, revisions, updates, and rebirths to be had, half-orcs should have stayed in AD&D, and for good reason. I continue my look at the classic Player Character races and plead with you to stop the inhumanity!
Here it is, the epic finale to the Star Hero: In Conflict Bound saga! Will our heroes fight their way to freedom, or are they forever destined to by the Terran Empire’s puppets?!? We’ve reached the epic climax and conclusion, so onward into danger!