ASH LAW reports that The Battle of Axis will be the next adventure in our Tales of the 13th Age organized play program. This epic-tier adventure features a multi-session battle against the undead in the very heart of the Dragon Empire!
Gen Con Play Events Sold Out
We submitted nearly 70 organized play events for Gen Con, and tickets for all of them have been snapped up. Which is partly great news, and partly a bummer if you weren’t able to get tickets. We’ve heard of at least one GM who’ll be set up in Games on Demand to run Pelgrane games, and we might get additional volunteer GMs to run more official slots for us.
Girl Scouts Demo 13th Age
A Girl Scout troop in Colorado is going to start hosting tabletop games demos in the meeting room at their local library, and 13th Age is one of them! The scouts will demo a different game each week to acquire badges, learn valuable business and life skills, and (of course) have fun. We sent them PDFs of our more kid-friendly adventures, and an organized play kit that included a copy of 13th Age, a t-shirt for the organizer, promotional flyers, pre-generated characters, printable minis and icon postcards.
Play 13th Age at DexCon 18
Andrew Heo is organizing a team of GMs to run a 13th Age track at DexCon 18. Here’s the planned schedule:
Thursday: Shadow Port Shuffle, Wyrd of the Wild Wood, Quest in the Cathedral
Friday: Fungaloid Infection, The Folding of Screamhaunt Castle, Tower of the Ogre Mage
Saturday: Wrath of the Orc Lord, The Elf Queen’s Enchantment, Domain of the Dwarf King
Sunday: Three Hearts Over Glitterhaegen, The Feast of Gold
Keep an eye on the DexCon website, where event signup should be open soon!
Hey, did you know that we have a head of online organized play, and that you can watch his group (including Seattle radio personality Rev. En Fuego) play online? It’s true — watch Aaron R.’s 13th Age Eberron campaign Dark Lantern’s Light and follow it on Obsidian Portal.