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Gen Con Events, Part 1: Games

The Gen Con event list came out this past weekend, and while my Industry Insider panels are still being finalized, I do have a couple events in the system. I will be running two game sessions this year, one in GURPS and the other in Fate Core.

Event registration opens at noon Eastern on May 28.

Adamantine Chef

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System: Fate Core
In Dreed, competitive cooking is serious business. Can your team defeat their rivals & earn the title of Gods of Cooking?

This game is set in S. John Ross's marvelous Uresia setting and is an off-beat, anime-inflected fantasy adventure.

Temblors

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System: GURPS Fourth Edition
Your squad of space marines has crashed on a failed colony world. You must make your way across a landscaped scarred by nuclear war to secure your escape, but an ancient threat stirs beneath your feet.

This game is cinematic military sci-fi inspired by video games like Gears of War and Mass Effect Andromeda.

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