I had a blast at Marmalade Dog last weekend, February 6-8, 2015 at WMU in Kalamazoo.
I learned that there is an active group of AD&D players just outside the village where I live in south central Kalamazoo County, MI. They played in my Sunday session of AD&D with The Village of Hommlet.
I played in my first session of DCC on Friday night, when no one signed up for my Hommlet session. It was a load of fun.
Saturday a bunch of other GMs signed up for
The Marmalade Dog 20 Gaming Convention will be Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, February 6, 7, & 8, 2015 at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
I will be running Village Of Hommlet using AD&D, as part of the OSR track. There will be several tables each day with other modules and rules. See the OSR Track link for details. Each table can accommodate 6 players.
Come join the fun and spread the word!
This is a small gaming convention composed of mostly
I supported the ACKS (Adventurer, Conquerer, King) Kickstarter because it sounded like the kind of thing I always wanted the games I played in to be.
I have not read my softcover rules, but have had them set aside in a safe place until time and circumstances permit reading them.
I have done some review of the PDF form of the rules and followed some of the online discussion on the website.
I'm not into multiple gaming systems like when I was younger. I don't
Updated 09-01-2012 at 03:12 AM by Fasbold
Well, I have been gaming heavily with my sons and we are having a blast. I took the plunge and advertised that I am looking for more players for my campaign. Once I am more in the flow of running a game with more players, I may take a chance on running an online game.
Updated 09-01-2012 at 02:53 AM by Fasbold