More to follow, but the Surly Dragon is making an appearance at GenCon 2017!
We’re making another public appearance! Come say hi at AwesomeCon DC 2016 next weekend.
Interactive Storytelling for Roleplaying Games
6/4/2016 / 11:00 AM-11:45 A / Room 145 B
Ready to take your roleplaying game to the next level? Learn easy to use tricks and techniques to help bring your adventures to life with interactive storytelling. No longer is it solely the realm of the GM to create plots, character arcs, and twists. Want to challenge your players to elevate their game and create a truly shared roleplaying experience? We’ll show you how. Rated: PG-13
Come check it out!
It’s been a while so here it is in all it’s long winded poetry. I didn’t put on the intro since this is the 2nd half of a 2 parter. Or I forgot until after it was rendered.
Happy New Year from the Surly Dragon team!
2016 looks to be a big year for us.
In addition to our podcast postings (which will resume very shortly), we’re looking to make two conference appearances this year. A return to AwesomeCon DC is in the planning phases as is a trip to the west coast for Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon.
There will be an update about the Seattle panel at the end of January and the DC panels should be determined sometime in the Spring (I don’t know why it takes them so long to get that taken care of).
I’ll also be posting the videos from last year’s AwesomeCon sessions in the coming weeks, so be prepared to be semi-amused.
Another Teaser: Archer + Wizard + Flying Carpet = Danger Zone
After a brief intermission, the group reforms and makes some minor modifications including moving to a new game system, changing a character and adding a new intro to the podcast. Tally-ho!
Thanks to folks who came to out to the Virtual Gaming Technology 101 panel at AwesomeCon DC 2015 today. As advertised, here are some useful links to some of the goodies we talked about today:
SurlyDragon.com – oh, wait you’re already here
Roll20 – https://app.roll20.net/home/
Deck Editor 2 – http://magicseteditor.sourceforge.net/
More to come!