With Justin absent, the staff were joined by Rocky Mountain Savages founders, Chris "Savage Mommy" Fuchs and Neal Hyde. The Denver Gamers Association was represented by Bill Stilson (President) and Tammy Stilson (Security Coordinator). The topic was Savage Saturday Night--how to host and prepare for one, and what it takes to build the right relationship with your local convention. The upcoming TactiCon Savage Saturday Night was showcased as part of the discussion.
I’m looking forward to being a guest at Tacticon and am currently listening to this episode. Just took a moment to pause it and let you know the DGA and Rocky Mountain Savages are doing a great job. Reality Blurs is happy to provide prize support for such an absolutely supportive fan base.
Great episode guys. Thanks for sharing your experiences with the world so that SSN can expand further into the great wide world.
And for me, thanks for the pre-gen talk. The biggest headache of game prep for me and I appreciated your thoughts.
Thanks to the DGA for many years of wonderful conventions.
Lastly, congrats to the Blessings–let us know when the baby arrives.
Loved the episode. Looking forward to Tacticon’s Savage Saturday Night.
New listener, but big fan of the show now that I found it. Just wanted to say thanks for covering all of these topics. I am a deadlands fan from way back and wanted to start running SW DLR. I know the system and have played many times, but I used your podcast as a crash course in those tougher rules. I even found myself creating a dramatic task from a situation where I hadnt realized it would fit so well. I ran my first session and it went amazing thanks to brushing up with you folks. I am sticking around thanks for the great information in a fun and informative way.
I just found your podcast. This stuff is good.