I’ll be at MACE this year with the NerdRTP crew and Luke Crane, 10-12 November. I’m running Cold City and The Shadow of Yesterday (an epic throw-down set in temicxoch, the Aztec “flowery dream” and party pad of the Gods).
Tobias Wrigstad’s Ropecon report. One of these days, I’m going to show up at Ropecon or Fastaval and throw down, Bull City style.
That’s what Mike Mearls says, anyway! He’s referring to the focused design sensibility often present in games like The Roach, and puts us in good company – with Dogs in the Vineyard, InSpectres, and Agon. Thanks, Mike!
Wow, Gen Con pretty much rocked my world. I learned a lot. I got to playtest Grey Ranks with four young turks who gave me a ton of useful feedback, and I got to meet many friends in person for
The entire BPG staff went to Gen Con and rocked out. We ran Roach demos at the Forge/IPR booth non-stop, got in some fun after-hours gaming, and generally did too much in too little time. Now we’re back, re-energized, with
…or will be in less than 24 hours. In any case, don’t plan on getting a snappy electronic reply from us until next Monday. If you are at Gen Con, by all means corner us and say hello! Jason will
Paul Tevis puts The Shab-al-Hiri Roach on his “must buy” list for Gen Con. We’re in good company – he’s also eager to pick up Burning Empires, The Prince’s Kingdom, Dictionary of Mu, and Shock:.
The Ogre Cave nominated The Shab-al-Hiri Roach for “Best Card Game of 2006” in their Ogre’s Choice awards, which pleases us to no end. Even though we were beaten by Perplex City, it is an honor to be nominated. Thanks,
Drowning and Falling is now available through Indie Press Revolution! Order your copy today, or pick it up at GenCon and have it signed! You can find out more about the book itself or the charity beneficiary Orbis by reading
In just over a week, the entire Bully Pulpit Games crew will be at Gen Con Indy. Jason will be working at the Forge booth (#1237), and you’re likely to find Steve and Patrick around there as well. We’d love