Tri Tac Games at Conquest NW 2011!

January 6th, 2011

Hi folks! This is to let you know that I'm going to be running two Tri Tac Games at Conquest NW 2011, on January 22. Conquest NW 2011 is being held at the Doubletree Hotel near the SeaTac Airport:

Doubletree Hotel SeaTac Airport 18740 International Blvd. Seattle, WA 98188 Phone: (206) 246-8600

The first game is Fringeworthy using the Savage Worlds rules:

FR-266 9:00AM Victoria - Victorians by John Reiher, Jr, Savage Worlds Fringeworthy, 4.5 hrs, 6 players, Game, Kids, Characters/Armies provided You work for the United Nations InterDimensional Agency. You are part of the InterDimensional Exploration Team. You are on a survey of portals to other worlds and you find that a portal that was supposed to be locked down is open! When you pass through the portal you find a steam powered vehicle inside a cavern! You have to find out what's happening and where the owners of the strange vehicle went to.

The second is a Bureau 13 Savage Worlds adventure:

JR-278 4:30PM  The Legend of Hobbs House by John Reiher, Jr, Savage Worlds Bureau 13, 4.5 hrs, 6 players, Game, Some gaming, Characters/Armies provided Hobbs House is a well kept, old Victorian, nestled in what was once the posh section of Seattle in the 1910s, but the neighborhood fell into decline during the Great Depression. Hobbs House was once the home of one Doctor Capability Hobbs. Dr. Hobbs had become both a spiritualist and a scientist. A man who had peered deep into the world of the supernatural. And it peered back. Dr. Hobbs disappeared in 1915 and never returned. The Hobbs Trust kept up his house and maintained the yard… that is until the last recession, and sinking the Trust’s investments into a fund ran by a certain Bernie Madoff. And now the new owner wants to update it, but there are problems. Rumors of ghosts and demons abound in the neighborhood. And that’s where you come. You work for Bureau 13, and the supernatural is your business. And Hobbs House is calling you.

I hope to see all of our fans there!

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