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8 Responses to About

  1. Greg G says:

    Hi there,

    Kudos for organizing the OSRcon. I love the name, but can’t attend due to the date.

    I wish you great success, but would strongly urge you to consider running the conference earlier in the summer and farther away from GenCon in the future.

    All the best this year, Greg

  2. Chris Cunnington says:

    Thanks Greg!

    I agree about the time. I didn’t have a lot of room to maneuver. I hope we can move it away from GenCon next year.

  3. Hi there. I am considering running a Dungeon Crawl Classics game at OSRcon. What do I need to do to make that happen?

    • brasspen says:

      Hi Daniel,
      That would be great. We haven’t had anything Goodman Games so far.
      All you need to do is register when registration opens and let me know what game you want to run and during which sessions.
      I’ll have firmer details in the near future. Registration usually opens April Fool’s Day, which is when you should check back.
      Hope that helps,
      Chris

  4. Lawrence says:

    Hi OSRCon,

    We have posted your event to our Event Calendar so that our over 900 Gaming members will know about your event.
    See link for your listing.

    OSRCON (Toronto) – Old School RPG Gaming August 3-4

    Saturday, Aug 3, 2013, 9:00 AM

    Manulife Centre
    55 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON

    9 Toronto Area Gamers Went

    The Old School Revival Convention (OSRCon) believes that the first era of role playing games (RPG) was an uncertain age. From 1975-85 Dungeons & Dragons felt its way forward exploring the new realm it had created, while inspiring the creators of many other games. OSRCon believes there was a quality to those games lost in subsequent decades, as RPGs…

    Check out this Meetup →

    Please let me know if there are any additions or changes you would like to make.
    Thanks
    Lawrence Marzari
    Toronto Area Gamers

  5. Holden says:

    I worked at MGA and knew Wally and Karen (and Ron and Eric and several others). Your post sure took me back. Thank you.

  6. Matt Helps says:

    Missed OSRCon this year. Very interested in attending in 2014 or helping organize. -mw

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