- Ken Rolston at The Kraken
- Rick Meints at The Kraken
- The Grognard Files
- Francesca Baerald Interview
- Russell Morrissey Interview
- Sarah Newton Interview
- [Mongoose Publishing] Paranoia: Implausible Deniability
- [Mongoose Publishing] Paranoia: Yellow Clearance Black Box Blues (Remastered)
- Sandy Petersen Interview
- [Just Crunch Games] Three Faces of the Wendigo
My first day started with a mystical norse-tech saga (GM Pete Griffith), before embarking on post-American Civil War weird west horror (GM Matt Nixon), and ending for the evening with a shell-shocked missings person's case in 1930's Belgium (GM Richard Lock). Day 2 proceeded with a daring British Army escape from Napoleonic Spain (GM Pete Atkinson), and finally an afternoon of pulp-noir/chopsocky antics in 1930's Hong Kong (GM Alex Jeffries).
It's a tough call to select a favourite game due to the high calibre of all the GMs and players, so I would have to pick the dramatic Trail of Cthulhu and pulp-noir Dicey Tales (Barbarians of Lemuria) games - run by Richard Lock and Alex Jeffries respectively - to share top honours!
- Thanks: 13 given/25 received
And, one of the best things about great experiences at Cons like this is that I get another player for my online games.
- Location: Frinton On Sea, Essex
- Thanks: 1871 given/2214 received
- Playing: Blades In The Dark, Trail Of Cthulhu.
- Running: CoC (Curse Of Nineveh).
- Planning: Cthulhu Confidential, Esoterrorists, 13th Age. Yggdrasill.
- Location: Frome, Somerset
- Thanks: 3 given/21 received
- Playing: CoC, ToC, Essoterrorists, BFRPG
- Running: Adventurer, Conqueror, King
- Planning: always
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