In the days running up to the UK’s premium gaming convention UK Games Expo 2019, I’m surrounded by index cards, Sharpie markers and highlighters, planning for my various games. I’ll be running games for Games on Demand in the Hilton Hotel, two-hour taster sessions of various games run by myself and a smorgasboard of other quality GMs.Continue reading “Games on Demand: Eldritch Tales”
It’s now only a few days until UK Games Expo 2019 taking place at Birmingham NEC and the Hilton Hotel, and I’m putting the finishing touches to my game-planning notes. If you fancy a quick-shot of RPG action or trying out some different systems, get yourself down to the Churchill Suite in the Hilton where Games on Demand are running two-hour taster sessions of various games.Continue reading “Games on Demand: Dark Places & Demogorgons”
It will soon be time for UK Games Expo 2019, the UK’s premier hobby and RPG event, as ever I’ll be there GM-ing games for Games on Demand. If you fancy a quick two-hour taster session, choosing from a variety of different games and GMs then get yourself along to the Churchill Suite in the Hilton Hotel.Continue reading “Games on Demand: Dresden Files Accelerated”
The season of the UK Games Expo is upon us, the biggest and best of the UK hobby games events will be taking place at the Birmingham NEC on Friday, 31st May to Sunday, 2nd June. As ever I’m going to be helping as one of the GMs on Games on Demand, running two-hour taster sessions of various games.Continue reading “Games on Demand: Alas for the Awful Sea”
It’s been a few weeks since I was at the UK Games Expo, a yearly gaming convention that takes over the Birmingham Hilton hotel and a signficant amount of the Birmingham NEC, I’ve been a few times and always look forward to seeing a lot of the UK people I game with online “in the flesh,” this was my first year actually GM-ing at the convention though.
I was asked by Lloyd Gyan–Modiphious game advocate, RP Hipster and general great guy–who I game with a fair amount, to help him and a few others run Games on Demand, essentially the idea being that people who haven’t prebooked into a game in advance can rock up, buy a quick ticket for a game from the desk and then stroll down the room where we are and jump into a game. This is a great idea because the pre-booked games sell out pretty fast, perhaps you weren’t sure if you could make it, or perhaps you came for something else but are interested in this roleplaying thing that people have been banging on about, well if that’s the case you can still get in a game on demand. Continue reading “Reflections on the UK Games Expo”