For those of you in or around the New Jersey area and who love a great gaming convention, the information for this year’s DexCon convention is now up. DexCon 16 will be held at the same location as in recent years; the Hyatt in Morristown, NJ, from July 3 through 7. DexCon is a fantastic fan-run convention with all sorts of games, from RPGs to LARPs to miniatures to board games to video games.
Folks who want to run games can submit proposals through the website right now, and reduced room rates for the hotel are also available. One of the highlights (for me, anyway) will be an Ogre Macrotures game on Friday afternoon. What’s Ogre Macrotures? Imagine a hotel event room taken over by a game of Ogre, with the Ogre itself two feet long…
Oh, and Steve Jackson himself is going to be there to oversee the festivities!
Gonna be a great convention, as always. I’ll be running a bunch of Adventure Dark and Deep games, and you can be sure you’ll see me at Ogre as well. See you there!
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