Table Top Gaming
Table Top Gaming Hours (schedule subject to adjustment):
Friday Hours: Noon to 2:00 a.m. Saturday
Saturday Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. Sunday
Sunday Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
LOSCON 39 TABLE TOP GAME ROOM
Hey Man! It’s a dead man’s party in the Table Games room! Who could ask for more? Come join all the happy ghouls and zombies playing Euro games, board games, card and dice games! You steam punkers are welcome, too! The ever popular RPG table will be set up with a place for you to join in and learn roleplaying. A new variant of the popular werewolf social game “Are you a Zombie”will be introduced.
Steve Jackson Games Men in Black will present demos of Zombie Dice, Give me the Brain, and Burn in Hell and of course, the ever popular Munchkin Zombies! We will have a 1918 style Ticket to Ride Tournament for the steampunkers we can lure inside, as well as other popular games to check out and play. AEG favorites will also be featured on each day. Tournaments and Demos will include giveaways or ribbons, and maybe even a prize or two! So come join the Dead Man’s Party and leave your body at the door!
Table Top Gaming Rules:
No Food or Drink at tables
Sit on the chairs, not the tables, or you will be asked to leave
Respect and treat nicely the other players and the games (don’t swear or shout)
The GM running the game is the authority, his/her word goes
No abuse of people or game items
Keep the noise level so that others are not disturbed (don’t swear or shout)
Don’t bring in music, e-games, vids or other noise makers—it is loud enough in here
Leave an ID or Badge to check out a game
Return games in the same condition you got them (all pieces included and put away neatly)
Clean up after yourself, garbage goes in the trashcan not on the tables or floor.
Illos by Kit Cox – http://sjgames.com/
This year’s Electronic Gaming Room (formerly Teen Lounge) will be just like every other year’s room—and yet completely different. There will be tracks of constant gaming all weekend long featuring the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii, as well as Classic Gaming stations, a lounge for portable gamers to chill out in, tournaments, special events and prizes, and general mayhem courtesy of the Electronic Gaming Staff.
We’ve got some straightforward rules and regulations in Electronic Gaming, and they’re clearly posted everywhere.
Here they are:
1. No food or drink is allowed in Electronic Gaming at any time, unless you’re an Electronic Gaming staff member. Yes, we will eat right there in front of you, and make fun of you if you cry. We are trapped here all weekend, you get to leave and find sustenance at Karl’s.
2. No roughhousing. There are really no situations where body parts should be touching other body parts while in Electronic Gaming. The only real exception is when you shake the hand of the person who just defeated your ego because you’re a good sport.
3. Do not abuse any games, systems, peripherals, or staff members in Electronic Gaming. Anyone damaging equipment intentionally will have an equivalent weight in body parts removed by the VGR Staff; more likely your badge.
4. No unattended children under 12. The Electronic Gaming is funded primarily through the sales of unattended children to drunken gypsies. Well, okay, they’re not that drunken.
5. You may bring your own controllers including joysticks for use in the VGR for Open Play and Tournaments. However, don’t be a cheating cheat with them. If you cheat in open gaming you’re just being a jerk. If you cheat in a tourney, you’re being a jerk and will be kicked out of the tournament at the very least.
6. No stealing. A terrible curse is laid on those who steal from the Electronic Gaming: all your saved games will be corrupted and lost, right after you get further in your game than you ever have before. Beware!
7. No whining. Please note that this rule does not say: no suggestions, no feedback, no requests or no opinions. Just No Whining.