Tag Archives: convention
Some photos from my visit to Eyecon 2013 yesterday. The culture at RPG conventions seems to have improved since I was last at one. And they now have a session specificity for children.
Seeing as Necronomicon is not running this year another group decided to run their con at Easter, Eyecon. From their FAQ they intend to run it each year. Will it be the new Easter convention in Sydney? I went and … Continue reading →
I have just uploaded 6 mosaics of my Necronomicon 13, 2001 photos to flickr. In the future, when I have the time and inclination, I’ll add all individual photos to flickr. In the mean time you can see them all … Continue reading →
There is now no roleplaying convention running in Sydney this Easter. According to the email I received from an organiser, Necronomicon cannot run as the venue, Newtown High School, is unavailable. Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 08:51:22 +1000 From: “Dion … Continue reading →
Here are some more photos I took at MacquarieCon prize giving. These photos have also been added to the Australian RPG Conventions  group on flickr.
Having recently started to upload MacquarieCon photos to flicker I went looking for a flickr group of Australian roleplaying conventions, or any group with photos from role playing games in Australia. Finding no group with appropriate content I decided to … Continue reading →
I have started uploading photos I took at MacquarieCon to flickr. Interesting as a con, a more in depth review later. Here are thumbnails of images uploaded so far: –
Due to the all but complete lack of Australian conventions on the Wikipedia Gaming convention page (only 1 convention listed), I have added all the other roleplaying conventions in Australia I know of (another 14). Only question is, does CanCon … Continue reading →
Necronomicon 2005 is over now, and I think it was quite a successful convention. 4 days, 13 sessions, 26 games, about 150 players. People appeared to enjoy themselves and the after party at the Courthouse Hotel was lively and had … Continue reading →