robin_d_laws (robin_d_laws) wrote,
robin_d_laws
robin_d_laws

Gen Con Australia

page hit counter

I’m excited to announce that as part of my official Travel Too Much YearTM, I’ll be joining the likes of Tracy Hickman and Peter Adkison in performing Guest Of Honor duties at the inaugural Gen Con Oz, July 3 — 6, in Brisbane, Australia.

I’ve never been south of the equator before, much less to a land ruled by charming but ruthless marsupials, and am very much looking forward to my trip. I promise my grandmother, and anyone else concerned, that I will periodically get up to walk around during the long flight, so that I don’t suffer a catastrophic blood clot.

If any of the approximately 6.12% of readers of this blog who are Australian are contemplating coming to the show, I’d love to meet you in the flesh. Show organizers have scheduled seminars aplenty and maybe even a signing or two.

Tags: event announcements, gaming hut, gen con oz
Subscribe

  • Consider That Stolen, Music Fan

    As one would hope and expect at an establishment where all the sandwiches are named after Wilco songs, the chat between counter guys and…

  • A WaRPed Character

    To celebrate-slash-publicize Atlas Games’ release of WaRP, the underlying rules system for the Over the Edge game, under an open license,…

  • I Have Combat Advantage, Therefore I Am

    Earlier I argued that an RPG resolution system can—and should—help convey the game’s emotional message. This raises a question: can we look…

Comments for this post were disabled by the author

  • Consider That Stolen, Music Fan

    As one would hope and expect at an establishment where all the sandwiches are named after Wilco songs, the chat between counter guys and…

  • A WaRPed Character

    To celebrate-slash-publicize Atlas Games’ release of WaRP, the underlying rules system for the Over the Edge game, under an open license,…

  • I Have Combat Advantage, Therefore I Am

    Earlier I argued that an RPG resolution system can—and should—help convey the game’s emotional message. This raises a question: can we look…