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Gencon is just around the corner so we thought we’d bring you the skinny on what exactly we’re going to be up to while taking part in the best 4 days in gaming! We’ve got our yearly panel about tech in RPGs this year which includes our Excellence In Innovation Award presentation, as well as a get together for all of our Kickstarter backers. Here’s all the info you’ll need to link up with us at the show.
And Then There Were 4
Well folks, you sent us your nominees and the finalists for this year’s Excellence In Innovation Award are in. They are as follows:
Time For Another Round
We’re up to our eyeballs in awesome stuff we dig up weekly for the Haste podcast, and there’s never enough time in the day to reach out to each and every one of them to tell them “hey, this is awesome!” So just like last year, we’re calling on you guys to go out and tell us what the coolest things are that have helped your game this year.
We’re looking for things that are changing the way tech and tabletop mingle together, and who better to tell us than all of you!
Haste w/ Ben Mcfarland! Google Glass at Gencon, Hasbro/D&D Daydreams, Open Gaming Monthly, and more!
Tonight we’re joined by Freelance Writer of many things, Mr. Ben McFarland to talk to him about his dream for an awesome virtual Gen Con experience provided via Google Glass. Also want to make quick mention of a great little lite RPG called Folklore, created by one of our listeners Seth Zaloudek go check it out!
Haste: Excellence In Innovation Finalists, Dragon’s Game Board, Dragon’s Bard, Gencon Tips and More!| Episode 55 |
New caption comic is up, get on it! Our finalists for the Excellence In Innovation Award are: Masterplan, Roll20, Character Distiller, Fantasy Grounds, Lost Tools, Dark Theatre’s Character Folio, and Tabletop Forge. Come to our panel this year for some conversation and to find out who wins the award. We hope to see you at gencon!
Gencon is right around the corner! Will there be shenanigans? Yes. Will there be scary costumes? Yes. Will there be inadvertantly horrifying costumes? Indeed! What horrors might this comic strip imply? Let us know in the comments below!