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CanGames is One Month Away!

It's April 18th, and do you know what that means?

If you're in the Ottawa area, and planning to attend the game convention, CanGames 2018 is exactly one month away!

Eeek! :)

So I thought I'd re-post up a listing of the game sessions I'll be running at CanGames this year.


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Day 1: The Living Land
Game: Torg Eternity RPG
Time: Friday, 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Number of Players: 6
Description: Six innocent strangers are transformed into heroes as an invading reality crashes down around them. They must work together to survive the strange and terrifying world that now surrounds them; a world of dinosaurs & death where once reliable machines no longer function. A Storm is coming...and it has a name!


The Diplomats of Mars
Game: John Carter of Mars - The Roleplaying Game
Time: Saturday, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Number of Players: 5
Description: A simple, diplomatic mission to the small Red Martian kingdom of Voninka turns into a matter of survival and getting back to Helium alive! You’ll have to abandon fine words and the arts of diplomacy for a sword and a radium pistol. Are you up to the challenge? An adventure for the new John Carter of Mars Roleplaying Game.


The Tears of Ampharool
Game: Capharnaum - The Tales of the Dragon-Marked RPG
Time: Saturday, 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Number of Players: 5
Description: While travelling through the Desert of Fire, your caravan is surrounded by a great sandstorm and attacked by mysterious, perhaps ghostly assailants... After the storm, the characters see a fabulous palace above the sands, and the promise of adventure. And that's just the beginning! Capharnaum – The Tales of the Dragon-Marked is a fantasy rpg set in an imaginary Arabia-like world, that borrows from the tales of the One Thousand and One Nights, as well as semitic legends and the ancient and mediaeval epics. Flamboyant and mythical, filled with light and thrilling adventure!


And while the programme book and on-line schedule list a second running of the "Day 1: Living Land" scenario, Sunday's game is going to be something...special, instead...

The Burden of Glory
Game: Torg Eternity RPG
Time: Sunday, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Number of Players: 6
Description: The Delphi Council has located a stela and dispatched Storm Knights to uproot it and restore a zone to Core Earth. Along the way, a new opportunity tempts your team. Could anything be more important than pushing back the High Lords? (Note that this is an Infiniverse event; the choices players make here impact how the Possibility Wars unfold in the future.)
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There are still plenty of spots for folks to play as of this writing in both the Friday and Sunday afternoon Torg Eternity sessions, and the Saturday evening session of Capharnaum - The Tales of the Dragon-Marked is short players as well. The Saturday afternoon session of John Carter of Mars could also use a few more players as well... So I hope to see some of the folks reading this blog entry at the convention and (please!) playing in these games. And even if you're not playing in my games, come by and see me and say "Hi!" at this year's CanGames.

Like I said, one month away! Hooray! :)
Tags: cangames, capharnaum rpg, convention, gaming hut, john carter of mars rpg, personal, rpg hut, schedule, torg eternity rpg
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