Livestreaming on the D&D site – http://dnd.wizards.com/playevents/conventions/paxprime – the mayhem begins at 8pm PST, and features Jerry Holkins, Mike Krahulik, Scott Kurtz and Morgan Webb as they wade once more into almost certain doom, courtesy of Dungeon Master extraordinaire, Chris Perkins.
Fans attending PAX Prime can watch the mayhem live at Benaroya Hall (seating is first come, first served).
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Matt takes a look a the t Rotted Capes RPG from Paradigm Concepts. It is full of zombies, super zombies and more. Can we say intelligent zombies?
The world is pretty gruesome world.
In this interview Matt talks with John about what it’s like to be John Kovalic.
You can tell from John’s voice that he is a great guy to be around. He gives you that I’m calm, warm and compassionate feeling that can only be underlined with don’t cross me.
Matt takes a look at the D&D Next Player’s Handbook.
He pauses every now and then to share some thoughts, especially about how the book focuses on character creation.
Publisher of the Wildly Popular Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and Pathfinder Adventure Card Game to Host Organized Play, Demos, and More at Seattle Gaming Convention
REDMOND, WA (August 27, 2014): Paizo Inc. is pleased to announce today the return to PAX Prime, and a weekend of Pathfinder gaming goodness. PAX Prime kicks off in Seattle on August 29, 2014 and runs through September 1, 2014, at the Washington State Convention Center.
Pathfinder Society, the massively multiplayer offline roleplaying game and the world’s largest RPG organized play campaign with more than 65,000 players, will host 15-20 tables of Pathfinder RPG gameplay, and 12-20 tables of Pathfinder Adventure Card Game demos. Whether players are rolling the dice on Pathfinder for the first time, or are seasoned with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, there will be lots of gaming and Pathfinder experts on hand to make the most of your experience.
Last month, Paizo launched the Adventure Card Guild, the organized play program for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game. PAX attendees will be among the first to sign up for the Adventure Card Guild’s debut season, Season of the Shackles, in which a new scenario and story will be provided each week to local game stores, and subsequently, made available to organizers of convention and home play. Adventure Card Guild members also have the opportunity to gain rewards that cross over into Pathfinder RPG play.
Pathfinder Society and the Adventure Card Guild activities will take place in the convention center rooms 201, 202, and 204, on the second floor mezzanine by the escalators.
Fans can purchase Pathfinder books and supplies from convention retail partner, Uncle’s Games, located in room 214 across the lobby from the Pathfinder area.
Paizo Editor in Chief F. Wesley Schneider will be participating in the “Queer Visibility in Tabletop RPGs” panel discussion on Friday at 4:30pm, and will be signing in the Uncle’s Games booth on Saturday at 2:00pm.
In the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, players take on the role of brave adventurers fighting to survive in a world beset by magic and evil. The Pathfinder RPG is currently translated into multiple languages, and the vibrant Pathfinder universe has been licensed for comic book series, graphic novels, miniatures, plush toys, apparel, and is being developed into a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game.
At Gen Con I had the chance to visit with Hair Brained Schemes and chat about Golem Arcana. Golem Arcana is the game where the table meets the device.
I can’t say enough good about this game. It is the bridge where the hobby meets the gamer.
In this video we get a first hand look at the combat system in Tides of Iron from 1A games at Gen Con.
Tide of Iron makes me think about Squad Leader, my first SSG ever.
A Lilianna Vess Cosplayer wanted Tirese Nielsen to sign her breast plate at Gen Con. Keep an eye on the artists hands:} Truly a highlight for me at Gen Con.
It was too good to pass up.
Chris walks us through the basic concepts of Cross Hares. (candy land on crack). He explains what the different elements of the board are. how combat works and events.
I look forward to many more good things from 1A games.
Matt took some time and based Bushido’s Tensi. Tensi is made by GCT Studios. Matt applies the two part epoxy to the base to make a muddy earth texture.
Thanks for watching.