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Indie Gaming at PAX 2011

Guys! PAX is upon us! And if you’re going, you must stop by the Indie RPGs on Demand room there. The inestimable Sage La Torra is heading up an epicenter of awesome. I’ll let him take it from here. (With the emphases mine) I’ll be here quite a bit, either gaming or hanging out, so if you want to meet up with me, that’s a good place to look!

What is PAX Indie RPGs on Demand?

I’m glad you asked, writing device. PAX Indie RPGs on Demand is the place to go to play small press, cutting edge games. Show up and we’ll find you a game to play in.

Where is this hotness?

Room 306, just off the escalators on your way up to the main hall.

How do I get in on some games?

Just show up! Games will start primarily on even numbered hours (10 am, noon, 2 pm, etc.) but we’ll sign you up whenever you stop by. Games might even start other times if there’s players and space. You can also find out the latest news by following @pax_indie_rpgs on Twitter.

What kind of games can I play?

Well, it depends on who’s available when you come by, but some games that will be happening include: Apocalypse World, Fiasco, Burning Wheel, Mouse Guard, Dungeon World, Cat, Microscope, Lady Blackbird, Freemarket, The Wildlings, Blowback, Perfect, Maid, Drifter’s Escape, Cthulhu Dark, Tulip Academy, Geiger Counter, Polaris, On the Ecology of the Mud Dragon, Dogs in the Vineyard

So come on by, play some games, and see something new. And if you’re interested in these games you might also want to check out Friday’s The Art of the Table: GMing Beyond the Basics (Noon-1pm, Raven Theater) and Designing and Publishing a Tabletop Roleplaying Game (4:30-5:30pm, Raven Theater) panels.

You can also find out more at:

– Ryan

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