Dec 6 - 8, 2013
Sheraton Hotel, 700 East Main St
Stamford, CT 06901
Unfortunately, as we get closer to the date of the Con, we are realizing that certain mods will probably not be available on time from WotC. As a result, we may have to adjust the schedule some. At present we're only aware of one mod that is definitely going to be late but others may end up late as well. I will post more info as it becomes available and I apologize for any inconvenience.
More board games on the schedule, and lots of Gathering Northeast RPGs as well. We will have some new and intriguing vendors this year that you haven't seen before, I'm very excited.
Join our group on Facebook and register for a weekend badge before Monday November 9th to save on the normal walk-in price. Make sure to include the special discount code and your warhorn username when you send in payment.
Big list of games entered this weekend, and now that I've got my zombie graft all sorted out, it's time for more plugging, more news, more games and more fun.
I will have some exciting vendor news later this week, and will be adding continuing campaign games as well.
Bwahahaha! Warhorn lives!
Seriously, go sign up. Please feel free to "waitlist", as presently we don't know how many judges to assign to each, we're going to trust in your choices and interest.
A few reminders: Not all games are 1st level games, so if you're new to LFR, look at the description if you're not sure. Some games are two rounds, this means you must sign up for both rounds to play. Have fun.
First online registration and first snail mail registration both came in this week.
I am very happy, and look forward to a steady stream of messages from all of you.
If you want to get a fast response and an early crack at the game schedule, I encourage you to register soon so you can reserve your seat at your favorite games.
Hi all, your friend-neighborhood-RPGA-coordinator here,
The LFR schedule is coming soon, I promise, but it's one of those things where too many choices can cause a real log jam in planning. But RPGA games have always been our biggest segment in terms of roleplaying games, so LFR is going to get a lot of attention, both in that planning and in execution.
I know that no schedule will be able to offer everything to everyone, but I think you'll be pleased when we offer a lot of choices for everyone.