We've got fiesta slots open where we'd be happy to have you run some
Witch Hunter. By all means, we've got tables and we certainly want
more. If you're a GM running an organized event or have some printing
that would help you out, we'll do our best to accommodate you.
I'm not sure what you mean regarding the gaming schedule, but please
feel free to make some direct suggestions on or off list.
--- In MegaCon_Gaming@yahoogroups.com
, Kevin Daignault
> Right there with you. I'll be attending this year, and I have to
admit that I'd like the individuals handling the gaming coordination
to get a little more involved in organizing events. It almost seems
that only Living Realms, Blackmoor, & Living Pathfinder are the only
> If it comes down to it, I'd be more than happy to run a couple
rounds of "Witch Hunter: Dark Providence" that I've already played.
I'm also down with playing any other games (ie. Witch Hunter, Spirit
of the Century, Mutants & Masterminds, Savage Worlds, etc.) that might
be going on while I'm at the con. But I'd like to believe that the
gaming staff believes that there is more to gaming than just D&D 3.5e
> Guys, send me a private e-mail. I'll gladly help in setting up some
Witch Hunter events with you, if that's what it takes. But, please,
let's get on top of this. It's only 30 days out from the con, and the
gaming schedule is almost completely non-existant.
> Kevin D.
> From: "MegaCon_Gaming@yahoogroups.com" <MegaCon_Gaming@yahoogroups.com>
> To: MegaCon_Gaming@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 6:07:06 AM
> Subject: [MegaCon_Gaming] Digest Number 175
> So how is the gaming?
> Posted by: "starblaze1900" starblaze1900@... starblaze1900
> Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:37 pm (PST)
> Hi there,
> This will be my first time at Mega Con and I was wondering about the
> gaming at the Con. I have gone to Necronomicon before for about 5
> years straight but had to miss it last time. I had a good time with
> the gaming there for the most part but I they did not have RPGA there.
> I recently used some vacation time to attend the The RPGA Summoning
> convention down here in Miami and was very disappointed at the way it
> was done. There was almost no one there. Only one gaming store was
> involved, we have at least three here in Miami that I know of, and it
> was all 4th Edition D&D. Now, I have nothing against 4E and will
> gladly play it. But I do like to try and play other games as well GM
> other systems.
> So I guess what I want to know is:
> Is the gaming part of the Con well-attended?
> Are other systems being run? I noticed that the MegaCon website has
> some other non-D20 games listed but nothing has appeared on warhorn
> So please be straight with me. Am I going to be getting my money's
> worth? Oh, and how can I get to GM something if I want too?
> Thank you,
> Tim LeMaster