Big Bad Con defines all games maturity levels based on the information supplied by the GM. Big Bad Con does not review GM scripts and cannot guarantee that GMs will always conform to the maturity they specify, though Big Bad Con does expect this of all GMs. We hope these ratings will be helpful in selecting games players are most likely to enjoy.
Awesome dude Chris Hanrahan from EndGame has offered to do special deliveries to Big Bad Con. Have a game you've been looking for? Drop Chris an email and let him know. If he's got it in stock (or can get it by the con), he'll have it waiting for you in the dealers room. And if you buy it at the con, 10% of the proceeds go to Child's Play. Customer service and giving games to kids in hospitals? That is some Big Bad Awesomeness!
Big Bad GM Contestant Randy Davenport cannot make it to Big Bad Con. Some excuses like 2000 miles to travel or a bounty on his head are keeping him in Boston. Or maybe he just couldn't handle the pressure. So the Big Bad Wolf was forced to call on his secret weapon, a GM that will make the other contestants tremble...
Hey all, last time you saw the schedule, games were all over the place. Their date/times were accurate but I didn't know what was going to be where. Now the tables are assigned, so you'll know what room/table your game is in. Check it out.
The Wolf is very pleased with all the support Big Bad Con has received. Not only will you all make tasty meals, your contributions are helping people all over the world. Be proud of the good work you're doing and spread the word.
The Wolf has busted out ink and quill to start writing the Big Bad Con program and he's come to a question: How to sort the RPGs in the program listing? By date/time? GM? System? Game Title? When you're looking at a list of games in a program, how do you want them sorted?