Official Aruneus campaign premiering at KantCon!

Our first module for the official campaign, The Haunted Mine will be premiering at KantCon!  We’re on the official docket with slots for 3-5 people.  This is a 1st level module introducing the player characters to the World of Aruneus and will also utilize our previously released Contagion Infected Human Zombies and Zombie Cards publications.

The session will run in Slot 2 (1pm to 5pm) on Sunday, July 11th and is open for 3 -5 players.  Where?  Johnson County Community College Regnier Center in Overland Park, Kansas, in the Capitol Federal Conference Room, RC 101 C & D, from July 9 through July 11, between 8:00 AM and 10:00 PM.

Interested in playing?  Go to the Registration Page and sign up!  Anyone who participates will receive promotional codes to download the Contagion Infected Human Zombie/Zombie Card supplements from DriveThruRPG and will be receiving a free copy of the module when it’s finalized and published.

The session will be run by TC’s very own Tracy Barnett!

KantCon was first conceived in 2009 as a gathering of like-minded gaming hobbyists who couldn’t get away from the Kanas City area to the various gaming conventions being held across the country. Several organizers of KantCon had been regulars to such conventions as Gen ConDragon Con, and others, but, due to circumstances beyond their control, they couldn’t con that year.

Thus, KantCon was born. A small, local convention for gamers who can’t regularly make it to conventions anywhere in the country.

KantCon was originally held in the residence of one of the founders of the Gamer’s Haven, but we quickly outgrew those confines as word about the convention grew, and membership in the Gamer’s Haven swelled. Now, KantCon is on its way to becoming a premier event for Gamer’s Haven members and gamers in general each year, and is growing larger with each step it takes.

[tags]aruneus, rpg, role playing games, kantcon, modules, zombies, undead[/tags]

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