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Big Bad Threads with art by Jabari Weathers

Thanks to the wonderful folks at Heart of the Deernicorn and the amazing art from Jabari Weathers, we have some beautiful apparel available for 2019. You want these threads! Note: all sales are for pickup at the con.

T-Shirts: $25 Cut Straight-CutFitted-Cut Size XSSmallMediumLargeXL2XL3XL4XL Color Light BlueLight Aqua

Hoodies: $40 Size Read More

Media Room at Big Bad Con

Thanks to the incredible efforts of Sythana Winterthorn, Ross Cowman, Orion Canning, and Eric Vulgaris, this year Big Bad Con will feature a media room where you can stream or record your lives games, interviews, and shows.

Interested? Great. Go submit an event (RPG or Media) at https://www.bigbadcon.com/volunteer/run-an-event/ and we’ll work with you to get Read More

Big Bad guests for 2019

Thank to the success of our Kickstarter and the support of all of you, we’re bringing the following designers, writers, and community leaders to Big Bad Con:

Whitney M. Delaglio (she/her) is a lawful evil game designer, artist, and creator of the brand Little Wish Productions (LWP). She recently finished her first game, Prism, which Read More

Big Bad Game Jam 2019

Let’s make games inspired by and about FOLK TALES & FABLES! We can play them at Big Bad Con, a tabletop and live action gaming convention featuring fantastic games and even better company- happening in Oakland, CA October 10th – 13th, 2019!

Join the game jam on itch.io

Important Details:

Submissions Open: April 13th, 2019 Submissions Due: May 31st, Read More

Babble On Equity Project

From DC, the BOEP Director: The Babble On Equity Project exists to provide marginalized people equity. We’re starting with the tabletop roleplaying game community where the Babble On discord community was born. And we’re taking on one of the biggest challenges in the TTRPG industry: bringing out people of color to conventions… Read More