At some 15 years old, Conpulsion is Scotland's longest running RPG-oriented adventure games convention. Conpulsion is run by GEAS (Grand Edinburgh Adventuring Society), Edinburgh University students' RPG assocation, of which I was a member back in the 1980s. This year's con runs from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th March. After too, too many years of letting the event get past me, finally: this year I will be attending Conpulsion for the weekend.
Sunday Conflict of Heroes
Conpulsion covers the full spectrum of adventure games, naturally enough; which is where I come in. On Sunday the 28th I will be spending the day running demo games of Uwe Eickert's multi award-winning WW2 tactical board wargame Conflict of Heroes. I will have room to stage 2 games side-by-side: one Awakening the Bear, the other Storms of Steel; so I'll be able to accommodate as many as 4 players simultaneously.
My event at Conpulsion enjoys official support from Academy Games:
- I will be running special demo scenarios of Storms of Steel.
- There will be discount vouchers for CoH products to reward participants (details on the CoH demo page over at the Conpulsion site).
Combat Commander at UK Games Expo'10
Also perhaps remembered by regular readers will be the Combat Commander tournament I ran at UK Expo'09. The tournament was a great success. In this- its fourth year, UK Games Expo is firmly established as the premiere all-in games fayre in Britain and it looks set to go from strength to strength in what is widely acknowledged to be a boom time for boardgaming all round the world.
I am proud therefore to be able to confirm that CC@UK Expo'10 is go. Space is strictly limited to 12, with 6 places already booked; so if you're reading this and want to enter you can sign up via:
Combat Commander tournament.
The 'World War 2 Tactical Guild' (TacG-WW2) is the name I coined for the mailing list I was encouraged to start because the entrants in CC@UK Expo'09 were keen to see the event repeated. I would like here to thank everyone - you know who you are! - for the encouragement of your support in this past year, which has given me the confidence to stage CC@UK Expo'10 with every good reason to believe that the tournament will be an improvement on my efforts last year. Cheers guys! ;)