Check it out. No, really. This is possible how they’re going to do new GURPS printings from now on. Which I have gotten resigned to; maybe they’ll print more GURPS stuff this way.
The Citadel at Nordvorn is Gaming Ballistic’s second third-party offering for GURPS Dungeon Fantasy. Norse-flavored, of course. I’d run it at the next WashingCon, except that my schedule’s already over-stuffed.
WashingCon is on September 8th and 9th: I will be running two games. On Saturday (2 PM) I will be running the Hall of Judgement adventure for GURPS Dungeon Fantasy — yup, the one from the Kickstarter. All official-like, too; by which I mean I told Doug Cole I’d run it at WashingCon if he liked, and Doug liked. Which is hardly surprising, of course.
The second game is on Sunday (10 AM), and will be The Great Cow Race of 2003. What’s that? I’m giving away the adventure with that link? Folks, read the write-up again. It’s not an adventure: it’s four hours of applied Chaos and Old Night. I never ran that adventure the same way twice; shoot, I never ran it the same way twice from hour to hour inside the adventure itself. I fear nothing from having my players know ahead of time what the adventure might be; in fact, I welcome their growing madness.
Assuming, of course, that they sign off on me doing an In Nomine game there. Although I can’t imagine why they wouldn’t: I’ve run games for them in the last two cons, I’ve caused no drama, and my other game’s going to be GURPS Dungeon Fantasy, which will be a whole lot simpler to plot out. I figure that they won’t even blink an eye, honestly. Continue reading So I’m trying to decide what the @washingcon In Nomine game will be.