Guys, I want to address something real quick that I haven’t had the time to talk about in-depth yet.
Yes, I know that people are hesitant on The Houston Con.
…and I get it, I do. Whatever your reason is… I’ve heard it. Here’s my take on all of it:
We’re going to have a good time, despite everything else. Its very much going to be worth your time/money, and not only will you enhance our experience with your presence, but you’re going to wish you were there as well.
Our gaming coordinator put it best: “Pathfinder Society has its shit together”. Hell yeah, we do.
See… everything else people are talking about – I’m not saying they aren’t valid points – but they don’t take away from us. As far as I’m concerned, all we really need for a successful PFS event are three things:
3) each other.
It took some work, but we got 1 & 2 taken care of. I need you for #3.
Check out our schedule – its got some really cool stuff on it:
1) scenarios that haven’t been run at a Houston convention before, as we say farewell to Year of the Demon
2) newbie-friendly stuff
3) seeker-tier stuff.
4) A special that’s being run on a Saturday morning – so you holy rollers can join us and still get your church on. Plus, a track of scenarios that lead up to, and launch from, the special for our other time slots.
5) full-day modules
If three+ solid days of PFS is too much for you (you casual), we’ll also have Warmahordes (and no, Mike – I’m not separating that out), X-Wing, Iron Kindgoms RPG, Steve Jackson Games, Dungeons & Dragons (for those of you that didn’t learn your lesson last edition), and Ettin Games is going to be out with their massive kick-ass board game library again. Yes, I’m an Ettin homer fanboy – but not without good reason.
Plus, a charity that you’ll be glad to be associated with.
You and I? Us, together? We’re awesome. I think you’ll be happy with the gaming segment of Houston Con. You should join us.
https://warhorn.net/events/houstoncon-2014 to sign up for gaming – remember, GM 8 hours and get free admission.
http://www.thehoustoncon.com/ to register for the convention itself