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I'm Running TimeWatch at Gen Con

I'm not running much at Gen Con this year, but one thing I will be offering is a TimeWatch adventure called "Stealing Roswell." This scenario uses the Time-Crime campaign frame I wrote as a stretch goal for the TimeWatch Kickstarter campaign. Here's the adventure description:
Your crew of time-criminals is in New Mexico in 1947 to steal whatever fell to Earth in Roswell. Was it really an alien spacecraft or just a weather balloon as the government claimed? You may have to ensure that history records the lie to make off with the score of the millennium.
You can check out the full even listing at the official Gen Con site.


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