Hey folks. A couple of things. We’re looking for more events and I’m not sure if you’re aware but half of our gaming space is open until 3 am on Friday and Saturday. Because of that we’re opening up event submission again until June 23rd but we’re looking for specific things:
Board and Card Games, especially anything new or novel.
Non D&D RPGs.
We’re also all full up during certain times so any events submitted need to start at or before 5 pm or at or after 10 pm on Friday and Saturday and any time Sunday.
To entice you a little further. If you run games that 48 people hours have been registered for by July 4th we will refund your badge. So what does that mean? Here’s a couple of examples:
You’re facilitating 3 games for 4 hours each of 3 people sign up for one, 4 people sign up for another, and 5 people sign up for the 3rd. That 4×3 for 12, 4×4 for 16, and 5×4 for 20. That’s a total of 48 hours.
If you’re facilitating a game of werewolf for 12 people for 1 hour and running a board game of Terraforming Mars for 5 people for 2 hours then it’s total of 22 hours, 12 hours for werewolf and 10 hours for Terraforming Mars. This person would need 26 more people hours.
So there you have it. Get your games in. If you have games talk about them with your friends and your online communities. We’ll help too and make the QCC an even better gaming experience for everyone.
Dinner on Friday Evening
Pasta (GF available)
Marinated Chicken Strips
Breakfast on Saturday Morning
French Toast Sticks
Lunch on Saturday Afternoon
Buffalo Chicken Sandwich (grilled Chicken available)
Baked potato wedges
Traditional Tossed Salad
Dinner on Saturday Evening
Rice Krispy Treats
Late night Buffet on Saturday
Nacho Bar would consist of the following:
Either Beef Or Chicken (.99 cents additional per guest for both)
Salsa Con Queso
Diced Red Onions
Mild Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Breakfast on Sunday Morning
Canadian Turkey Bacon
GMs have the option to run events as a bystander or play in their own event. If the event sells out and the GM has not purchased a ticket to reserve their seat they are expected to participate as a GM only.
As a GM you agree to tidy your event space before you leave and to vacate it in advance of the next event so they may set up.
We use safety tools at all our tables. If you don’t want to use at least the X-Card and Lines and Veils at the convention then please don’t submit games. You can read about safety tools here.
We had more events than we could fill last year so not all events may be accepted. To increase the chance of your event being accepted we encourage you to list more than one time you can run your event.
Facilitators of 8 or more hours of events will be given a facilitators reward.
Thank you for running events at the Queen City Conquest.
“Daniel Kwan is a Toronto-based podcaster, game designer, developmental editor, and GM-for-hire. He co-hosts and produces the Asians Represent! podcast on the One Shot Network. He designs games through Dundas West Games and has published a family-friendly micro RPG called Zany Zoo and a fantasy adventure called Wolf of the South. He is currently working on a WWI PbtA hack called Ross Rifles! When he’s not designing games, Daniel is one of the co-founders of Level Up Gaming, an organization that helps adults with autism and other disabilities develop their social skills through group gaming experiences.”
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Rich Lescouflair is a D&D Adventurer’s League author, graphic designer, and Platinum-selling DM’s Guild Adept, Alligator Alley Entertainment co-founder and designer of the Ennie Award-nominated Esper Genesis Heroic Sci-Fi RPG. He lives in South Florida with his wife, Angie.
Brian Dalrymple is a 30+ year veteran of game retail, a graphic designer and publisher. He has freelanced for several game publishers and manufacturers and has been actively involved in the GAMA Manufacturers Association for over 20 years. He is a founder of Alligator Alley Entertainment and the Adventure Game Society
Brian and Rich will be running multiple sessions of Esper Genesis at Queen City Conquest. Take advantage of our 25% off sale till Sunday.
You can follow them on social media at the following links
Senda Linaugh is known for her un-spellable twitter handle and contagious giggle. She is one half of She’s a Super Geek (sasgeek.com), the actual play podcast highlighting women as GMs; and one-half of Panda’s Talking Games (bit.ly/MMPanda), where she and gaming mogul Phil Vecchione tackle GMing advice for one-shots and campaigns. Add those together and she is one whole podcaster!
Senda has published her first game with Encoded Designs, Love and Justice, as well as co-authoring Turning Point, a collaborative game of difficult life decisions, and is developing for the upcoming Hydro Hacker Operatives. Senda is also a staff gnome (writer) at Gnome Stew.
John Arcadian is a freelance writer, art director, website developer, builder of sonic screwdrivers, and a purveyor of kilted mayhem. He is the Headgnome at the ENnie award-winning Gnome Stew gaming blog and currently does most of his writing and art direction through Encoded Designs. Every so often he finds time to give a TEDx talk or academic presentation on how Tabletop Roleplaying Games help people. His latest project is Gnome Stew‘s Actual Play series. Go check him out on twitter where he promises he’ll post more frequently.
“QCC was so much fun! The community of players seemed to really appreciate lots of fun roleplay along with their combat, which is always a blast for me. It’s one of the best experiences I’ve had as a guest at a con. Also the local food… Omg.”
If you are not sure what Queen City Conquest is all about here is a good sample of what you can expect.
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