Friday, January 29, 2010

Leftovers at OrcCon

I'll be running two sessions of Leftovers at OrcCon next month up in Los Angeles (I say "up in" like it isn't only 40 minutes away, but whatever), for anyone who might want to check it out. Here's the blurb for the game:
Leftovers: Bell, Book, and Tentacle
Suzanne may be young, but even she knows better than to leave the Trench by herself. There's no telling what might find her out there - - could be violence-crazed Grafters, unspeakable Horrors, or worse... the Order of St. Eurosia. Whatever it is, time's running out.

This is an open playtest of Leftovers, a roleplaying game of post-apocalyptic survival in a horrific world -- but with a heart.
Like I said, two sessions, one Friday the 12th at 8:00 pm, and the other Saturday the 13th at 9:00 am. Each session takes four players, and at this point will probably include character creation. The minigame of "How Horrific am I?" is a pretty important part of the game, so I don't want to cut that out. (Bonus: I don't have to make pregens!)

Event pre-registration starts tomorrow the 30th, so if you're in the LA area and not planning on going to OrcCon, well, you should, because it's a good con. Check out the scheduled games on the website if you don't believe me. There's always a good mix of mainstream games like D&D or Storyteller and indie titles like Dogs in the Vineyard and Burning Empires (and FATE!).

UPDATE: Pre-reg opened at noon; both sessions filled up by 1:00. So yay for me having four friends going to the con!

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