Monday, April 3, 2017

HelgaCon X

We held HelgaCon X in Plymouth, MA this past weekend -- and it was probably my favorite one yet. Saw some stuff happen in games that I'd seriously never seen in my life before; amazing. Also: I finally broke my decades-long streak of train-wrecks and finally crafted one actually successful puzzle/riddle in a D&D game. So I'm psyched! Here's a few quick snaps of the activities:





Google photo archive here.


10 comments:

  1. Dang! I live right up the road. Do you guys have an email list or something I can get on so I hear about the next one?

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    1. Unfortunately at the current time we've actually run out of space at the site we currently use. Maybe you can get down to Brooklyn and we'll make a game for you sometime. :-)

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  2. The puzzle door was even better because I got to sing the solution. (I dunno if it was necessary to do so, but it was still better that way. :D)

    Outdoor Spoliation just keeps getting better and better. It's the gaming equivalent of a Victory Lap for another successful Helgacon when it lands on a Sunday. :)

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    1. I am so delighted that you sang it. It was literally pitch-perfect. :-D

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  3. Congrats on such success! I hope we get a more detailed account of the glory at some point!

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    1. Thank you! I may have to scrimp on the detailed reports this year due to time constraints (I only ran one game).

      Actually, executive summary for Outdoor Spoliation V (4 hr session) -- 2 castles subjugated, 3 dungeon complexes looted, 1 ancient puzzle solved, 1 dragon used for aerial commando raids, 1 pegasus captured, 2 PCs gone insane, 6 levels drained, 170,000 sp in treasure looted.

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  4. Where's the report? Please , you can't deprive me! I LIVE for the Helgacon posts!

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    1. Awright, I was planning on skipping that this year (time constraints), but there seems to be a general outcry for this. :-)

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