Events are now open for Gen Con Online, and Chaosium's hundreds of sessions are selling out fast!
Around the clock, Thursday afternoon until Sunday midnight (EDT), we're offering nearly 300 game sessions across seven game systems – Call of Cthulhu, RuneQuest, Pendragon, 7th Sea, Würm, 13th Age Glorantha, Prince Valiant Storytelling.
We're also offering a number of VIP sessions with Chaosium staffers and creators (note: some already sold out!):
- Bits and Pieces (Call of Cthulhu) – with Mike Mason
- In the Hereafter (Call of Cthulhu) – with Lynne Hardy
- Nightmare City (Call of Cthulhu) – with James Lowder
- The Mummy of Pemberley Grange (Call of Cthulhu) – with Allan Carey of TYPE40
- The Forest on the Waves (RuneQuest) – with Jason Durall
- Mad Prax - Genert's Road (RuneQuest) – with Andrew Bean
- For Getting of Wisdom (RuneQuest) – with Michael O'Brien
- Lifting the Veil (7th Sea) – with John Wick
- The Adventure of the Great Hunt (Pendragon) – with David Larkins
- The Adventure of the Dolorous Mount(Pendragon) – with David Zeeman, author of Codex Mirabilis.
And at 10.00pm EDT on Thursday 30th July, Horror on the Orient Express and Terror Australis author Mark Morrison will be the Keeper for Black as Coal, a liveplay event on Gen Con Online's official Twitch channel.
Also join us for the online panel Horror on the Tabletop, a delectable evening of dissection as we hone our fangs and prepare to gorge ourselves on the delicious genre of horror in tabletop gaming. Thursday 30th July, 5.00-6.30pm EDT.
Our panel of horror aficionados and creators will talk to their experiences with horror on the tabletop. With:
- Brian Holland (Chaosium/Paradox Interactive)
- Mike Mason (Chaosium)
- Crystal Mazur (Onyx Path Publishing)
- Amanda Hamon (Kobold Press)
- Tomas Härenstam (Free League)