Sunday, June 6, 2010

North Texas RPG Con Photos

Me discussing the finer points of gaming philosophy with Rob Kuntz and Tim Kask.
Convention organizer Doug Rhea with an orange B3 and a 1st ed. Palace of the Vampire Queen from his extensive collection.
Jason "Philotomy" Cone's table delving into his campaign megadungeon, Cromlech Tor.
Tim Kask and Rob Kuntz: Thinking really hard about the early days of the game.
Dennis running his new Swords & Wizardry scenario, Ursined, Sealed, and Delivered, with help from co-DM "Taco John" Hershberger.
Awesome Erol Otus painting.
At the "Megadungeon" panel, Matt Finch and Allan "Grodog" Grohe check out the Megadungeon Quilt!?!
"Grodog," "Philotomy," and Paul Jaquays disect the megadungeon.


  1. Looks like a great time was had by all! Wish I had been there. Awesome quilt, too.

  2. @ ancientvaults: Thanks! :) I hadn't seen the quilt since we gave it as a baby shower gift: I'm glad to see that it hasn't faded too much. I look forward to the day that its owner (6 year-old Jack) stocks it and runs my son (5 year-old Eric) through it. That will make for two proud old-school gaming dads ;)

  3. Great pictures! I love the caption on the one of Rob and Tim! :)

  4. Thanks for the pics, and links, Jimm!


  5. No Problem! I pretty much can't believe how much fun I had!

  6. I had no idea that you penned the Vile Worm. I would have told you how much I liked it. We played in Mythmere's game on Sunday morning. I was playing Werner the Cleric on your right.

    Anyway, good job on that module and I look forward to more!

  7. Thanks for the kind words on "Vile Worm." I had a great time delving Mythrus Tower. Makes me wish I was paying in that campaign (or Philotomy's Cromlech Tor) regularly.

  8. That quilt is amazing. What's the story behind it?

  9. +100 XP to Rob Kuntz for havin badass hair.