Hal Mangold at METATOPIA!

02Nov2017
05Nov2017

3 Speedwell Ave, Morristown, NJ 07960

METATOPIA is the place to unveil new ideas and new additions to existing material, and to share them with friends and peers, old and new.

At Hyatt Regency Morristown & Conference Center

3 Speedwell Ave, Morristown, NJ 07960

About Hal Mangold

Hal Mangold is the Production and Art Director for Green Ronin Publishing. He's been playing tabletop games since the 70s, making them since the 90s, and hopes to keep doing both for many many more trips around the Sun.

 

About METATOPIA

METATOPIA is the place to unveil new ideas and new additions to existing material, and to share them with friends and peers, old and new.

Join hundreds of Designers and Publishers for 50+ hours of scheduled playtests, seminars, panels and discussions. Events will include hundreds of role playing games, story games, LARPs, board games, card games and wargames.

METATOPIA is both a freeform exchange of gaming AND a tightly scheduled Double Exposure convention. Rather than having the gamemasters focus on the attendees, we have turned the tables and are creating an environment where the Players are there to focus on the Designers! It is unlike any of our other conventions, all tied together by the top-notch Double Exposure staff, our familiar scheduling system and our world-famous Con Suite, featuring free snacks and refreshments all weekend long!

Publishers and Designers will be cross-playtesting as part of a community peer schedule that ONLY Double Exposure could coordinate!

Even if your game idea consists of three pencils and a cat, you'll want to be at this exciting festival, where every Designer is treated as a star. Dust it off, show it off, and let your peers help you get it ready for the 2018 convention season!

Our Events Director, Veronica Templar was born and raised in the 1880s, before accidentally falling through a time hole. Her hobbies include repurposing aluminum foil, organizing ALL the things, and owning fabulous shoes. She divides her time between the past, present, and future, and has twenty seven cats between the various time lines. When Veronica is not out fighting crime, she goes out and fights even more crime, because that’s what heroes do.