Dragonmeet Gets Dorkier
Dragonmeet, London's friendliest games event, is proud to announce it
will be hosting Dorkstock Europe, the one-day festival of games,
activities, talks and signings focused around 'Dork Tower', the award-
winning comic-book of nerd-culture delights by John Kovalic. There will
be tournaments for Munchkin, Chez Geek, Apples to Apples and other games
that John has worked on, auctions of rare Dorky material, and much more.
This ties in nicely with the fact that John Kovalic is the convention's
2002 guest of honour - along with Christian Moore, vice-president of
RPGs and miniatures at Decipher Games, where he looks after the Lord of
the Rings and Star Trek games. Needless to say, there'll be plenty of
activities related to those two.
Dragonmeet will also be running the amazing Game in a Day: a team of
professionals and amateurs will attempt to design and publish a complete
role-playing game, from scratch, in twelve hours - and you can join in.
Will it be any good? Is it even possible? Are we completely mad to try
it? Whatever happens, it'll be a unique crash-course in the perils of
The convention will have the usual mix of playtest, demonstration and
tournament games from roleplaying games and collectible card-games to
miniatures and board-games, plus even more traders than last year (the
trade hall space is already sold out), a packed programme of seminars,
talks, quizzes and workshops, another charity auction stuffed with rare
and extraordinary items, and much more.
Dragonmeet takes place on Saturday 30th November, at Kensington Town
Hall in London. Doors open at 10am. More information and online ticket-
booking are available at http://www.dragonmeet.com
Director, Gameforce Ltd