Freebooter Game Demos at Sibcon


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Full demos at Sibcon

At General Butler Vagabonds Hall

138 Whitestown Rd Lyndora, PA 16045

Ron Rummell & Rich Wilson


Ron Rummell and Rich Wilson featured Titans Grave during 4 session slots at SibCon in Pennsylvania.
Our tables were completely full and we even had a great number of people wanting these Green Ronin books.  ALL the Fantasy Age books that the vendors brought were sold out after the 2nd session slot on Friday! (Ron and I let the vendors know that we were running these games at the Con so they would be sure to bring all their GR stock) 
Not only did all the vendor sell out but Bells Comics in Grove City even took a lot of orders for your books. 

I've included a few photos for you to see and use if you wish:
  • One of our table signs (we ran two tables during the 4 sessions) 
  • One photo of Ron running a table
  • One of me (Rich Wilson) running a table
  • And a photo of one of the tables at BREAK TIME
Literately EVERYONE that played in the games LOVED them and can't wait to play again.  
Ron will be running in about two weeks at our monthly game that is held at Bells and is open to the public but with the huge response we got we will each be running a full table at that 4 hour game session. 

Titans Grave will also be featured at the upcoming RockCon. 

Just wanted to let you all know what is going on and both Ron and I look forward to the chance to run these games more and hopefully become part of the Green Ronin family of Freebooters. 

(Can't wait for MODERN AGE AND LAZARUS!)  

Thanks so much


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