Dec 6 - 8, 2013
Sheraton Hotel, 700 East Main St
Stamford, CT 06901
Game schedules will be locked in tomorrow morning, so do any last minute alterations that you might need tonight.
We are beginning to print badges and schedules, and any further shuffling will happen on-site.
Please do not expect any schedule changes made after Tuesday 12 pm to be reflected in our paperwork.
We've got a lot more games on the schedule, including Oceam Dreams by Reynolds Jones and Can of Wyrms by Genevieve Tauxe, both D&D games with hearty roleplaying possibilities and detailed characters provided.
Check out the Warhorn schedule for our full list, and don't forget that regular board and card gaming will be happening on the lower level throughout the weekend.
We've got some exciting horror games lined up this year, including some Call of Cthulhu scenarios dreamed up by our regular horror authors and Dread House being run by none other than Epidiah Ravachol, the writer of this clever jumbling tower based game.
We have a great collection of organized play games for you to enjoy beyond Living Forgotten Realms.
Players of Legend of the Shining Jewel, Fellowship of the White Star and Pathfinder Society will be happy to see a schedule up on Warhorn.
Sign-ups will be live this coming weekend, so grab your friends and coordinate your schedules.
We're alive again, after a summer hiatus. Expect old games to head to a 2009 holding area as we make way for new events. Warhorn will be up shortly, and we'll have news about vendors, sponsors and special events in the coming weeks.
There comes a time each year for us to fondly bid farewell to last year's games and prepare the site for the new bounty to come.
Archiving of events on the site will begin soon, but fear not, your favorite game blurbs will not disappear. We will be testing out a new set of tags by year to collect games old and new alike. This should allow enthusiastic followers to scan through previous events while also making clear to new visitors which games will be playable in 2010.
Our staff and volunteers had a wonderful weekend of relaxed gaming that included Cthulhu in New Haven, art in the desert and zombies in Atlanta.
Thanks to our generous GMs and Authors, and to those who traveled to join us for the fun. I always love the chance to see what the games are really about, after hearing so many great stories.
Stay tuned for dates coming this week, we will have a time and place confirmed.
We've got our 2010 contract just about done, so expect an announcement in the new few days with a date and location for AnonyCon 2010!
Thanks for your support.
Thanks to everyone for a wonderful year. We had people come from all over – congrats to Alisha, Dan, Adam and Anise for the long distance award. There were new vendors and old, and many new games and systems to try this year.
We could not have had a registration desk without Alisa, and her dedicated group of volunteers including Kirsten, Emily, Lynn, Becky, James, Alisha, Julian and sometimes Miguel and TJ!