I forgot to share this here! (And I probably should update my pic…)
My Velvet Glove: What The Dormouse Said game is full, but the waitlist is open. I’ll be using new play materials for this session, showing off some of the work I’ve been doing, and a bit of the default setting, Santa Lucia. The game will be on Hangouts on Air, so I’ll post the link here after we’re done.
And check out Phillip Neitzel’s Ostpunk session as well! I haven’t talked to him about it, but girl gangs in East Germany in the 80s sounds really interesting. 🙂
And keep an eye out! There will be exciting news shared very soon. m/
Originally shared by Lauren McManamon
Mōrena~! Good morning all! We have so many spectacular guests, we have to ramp up to announcements to two at a time!
We’re so very pleased to have both the lovely Sarah Doombringer and Mark Diaz Truman as guests this year!
Sarah Richardson is a game designer, layout and graphic artist, writer, and Marketing Director for Magpie Games. She is currently serving as the Resource Coordinator for the Indie Games Developer Network. She is the author of the 70s girl gang RPG Velvet Glove and a co-author of the feminine horror RPG Bluebeard’s Bride. Sarah has written for The Complete Oracle, The Baby Bestiary 1 & 2, and Kult: Lost Divinites, and done layout work for Epyllion: A Dragon Epic, No Salvation for Witches, and the Cold Ruins of Last Life.
During Gauntlet Con, Sarah will be running Blood Spattered Brides: Lamentations of the Flame Princess, and Velvet Glove.
Mark Diaz Truman is a community organizer, indie rpg developer, and the co-founder of Magpie Games. He has authored a number of indie rpgs, including Urban Shadows and Do: Fate of the Flying Temple, and he served as an editor on Masks: A New Generation, Epyllion: A Dragon Epic, Bluebeard’s Bride, and The Fate Codex. His new game, Cartel, comes out in early 2019.
During Gauntlet Con, Mark will be running Cartel and Zombie World.
For more announcements, be sure to check out the GauntletCon site! http://www.gauntlet-rpg.com/gauntlet-con.html