myth-a-con

Without fun events, what would a convention really be?

Collectible Card Games

Magic the Gathering: Star City Games Open Inviational

Standard Event. Saturday, Sept 1st at 10:00am. $25 enterance fee.

Prizes*

 

Dungeons & Dragons Events

April 10,2012

RPGA Events

RPGA events are run by the Pirates of the Plains Fellowship and are 4th Edition D&D adventures set in the Forgotten Realms. Membership to the RPGA is free. The Pirates will have pre-generated characters for those that want to drop in and try out a game or two (ore more!). We will have more information on the exact adventures in late August (once the RPGA announces it's fall release schedule)

Miniatures Events

June 19, 2012

Warhammer Team Fantasy

You will register with another team member., If you do not have another team member then you will be randomly paired with someone else on August 16th.
Army list per team must be submitted to Arrderite@hotmail.com by July 31st. If the list is not in there will be a deduction on the overall score for the tournament

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.

Player's Package Here

 

Warhammer Team 40k

You will register with another team member., If you do not have another team member then you will be randomly paired with someone else on August 16th.
Army list per team must be submitted to Arrderite@hotmail.com by July 31st. If the list is not in there will be a deduction on the overall score for the tournament

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.

Warhammer Fantasy Singles event

We are adding a singles event on the Sunday! The Player's Package is here!

 

Warhammer 40k singles event

We are adding in a Singles event on Friday for all the 40k fans! This will be 6th edition rules (providing that they are released in June/July as the rumours say)

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.

WarMachine Steamroller

Bring out your 'Jacks and Beasts for this Steam Roller event. 50 point list. 4 rounds.

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.
Timed Scenarios- Each round is 100 minutes with a 2d6 variable time. Each player's turn is capped at 12 minutes with 1(one) 5 minute extent ion allowed (cannot be used when "Dice Down" has been called).
Final Standings Determination: Control Point Scoring – If there is no clear winner at the end of a tournament, use the Control Point tiebreaker followed by the Strength of Schedule tiebreaker.
Army Lists- Army list point totals cannot exceed the point size chosen for the game and cannot fall more than 2 points under the point size chosen for the event. In the Steamroller format, players may bring a second army list containing different warcaster(s) or warlock(s) than their primary list for use at the event.

Warmachine Team Mangled Metal

Teams of 2 battle for supremacy in this 25 point Mangled Metal event. Each team member creates a 25 point list (so each team is 50 points). Teams use the same time clock for each round (so you really need to work together!).

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.
Timed Scenarios- Each round is 100 minutes with a 2d6 variable time. Each team's turn is capped at 12 minutes with 1(one) 5 minute extent ion allowed (cannot be used when "Dice Down" has been called).
Final Standings Variant: Attrition Scoring - If there is no clear winner at the end of a tournament, use the number of enemy Army Points destroyed during the tournament as the tie break condition (followed by Strength of Schedule and then Control Point, if needed).

WarMachine Battle Engine Showdown

Bring out your 'Jacks and Beasts for this Steam Roller event. 50 point list. 4 rounds. Your lists must include 1 or more Battle Engines/Colossals

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.
Timed Scenarios- Each round is 100 minutes with a 2d6 variable time. Each player's turn is capped at 12 minutes with 1(one) 5 minute extent ion allowed (cannot be used when "Dice Down" has been called).
Final Standings Determination: Control Point Scoring – If there is no clear winner at the end of a tournament, use the Control Point tiebreaker followed by the Strength of Schedule tiebreaker.
Army Lists- Army list point totals cannot exceed the point size chosen for the game and cannot fall more than 2 points under the point size chosen for the event. In the Steamroller format, players may bring a second army list containing different warcaster(s) or warlock(s) than their primary list for use at the event.

Skirmish Games

April 10, 2012

Uncharted Seas- 1000pts

Uncharted Seas will run a 775 point tournament Friday with top 4 moving to the Finals in the evening. Scenarios will be used for each round.

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.
Timed Scenarios- Each match runs 6 turns.
Final Standings Variant: Attrition Scoring - If there is no clear winner at the end of a tournament, use the number of enemy Army Points destroyed during the tournament as the tie break condition (followed by Strength of Schedule and then Control Point, if needed).

Firestorm Armada- 1000pts

Firestorm Armada will run a 775 point tournament Saturday night with top 4 moving to the Finals Sunday Morning. Scenarios will be used for each round.

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.
Timed Scenarios- Each match runs 6 turns.
Final Standings Variant: Attrition Scoring - If there is no clear winner at the end of a tournament, use the number of enemy Army Points destroyed during the tournament as the tie break condition (followed by Strength of Schedule and then Control Point, if needed).

Infinity -300 points

Infinity will be held all day Sunday in a round robin elimination format.

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.
Timed Scenarios- Each match runs 6 turns.
Final Standings Variant: Attrition Scoring - If there is no clear winner at the end of a tournament, use the number of enemy Army Points destroyed during the tournament as the tie break condition (followed by Strength of Schedule and then Control Point, if needed).

Malifaux- 30 stones

Malifaux will run Saturday Morning and afternoon

Basic Painting Required – All models must be painted using a minimum of three colors. Players should differentiate areas of the model to the best of their ability. Bases can be plain or finished.
Timed Scenarios- Each match runs 6 turns.
Final Standings Variant: Attrition Scoring - If there is no clear winner at the end of a tournament, use the number of enemy Army Points destroyed during the tournament as the tie break condition (followed by Strength of Schedule and then Control Point, if needed).

Other RPGs

Pathfinder

DMs TBD

Shadowrun

GM: Bruce Ford

RPG- Cthulhutech

CthulhuTech is an innovative storytelling game that started out as a combination of two popular genres. The first was that of cosmic horror, made popular by H. P. Lovecraft and culminating in the modern day with elements of Mike Mignola’s Hellboy and John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness. The second was that of giant mecha Japanese animation, made popular by such series as Robotech, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and Rahxephon. But the setting has grown far beyond what it started out to be. CthulhuTech is now a truly unique hybrid of genres – cosmic horror, anime, post-apocalypse, traditional horror, and science fiction blended together seamlessly.

RPG- Arcanis- Shattered Empires

description coming soon!

RPG- Dresden Files

The world is getting weirder. Darker every single day. Things are spinning around faster and faster, and threatening to go completely awry. Falcons and falconers. The center cannot hold. Enter the world of best-selling author Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files, where the creatures of the NeverNever lurk around every corner, prowl through every shadow. Only the determination, faith, and hope of mortal kind is able to stand against the rising darkness — be they supernatural cops, wizards, werewolves, changelings, or just plain ordinary joes.

RPG- Eclipse Phase

Eclipse Phase is a pen & paper roleplaying game of post-apocalyptic transhuman conspiracy and horror. An "eclipse phase" is the period between when a cell is infected by a virus and when the virus appears within the cell and transforms it. During this period, the cell does not appear to be infected, but it is. Players take part in a cross-faction secret network dubbed Firewall that is dedicated to counteracting "existential risks" — threats to the existence of transhumanity, whether they be biowar plagues, self-replicating nanoswarms, nuclear proliferation, terrorists with WMDs, net-breaking computer attacks, rogue AIs, alien encounters, or anything else that could drive an already decimated transhumanity to extinction.

RPG- Savage Worlds

DM: Keith Park Although Savage Worlds is a generic rules system, Pinnacle has released "Savage Settings" - campaign settings or modules designed specifically for the Savage Worlds rules. These have included Evernight, 50 Fathoms, Necessary Evil, Rippers, and Low Life. Pinnacle has also published setting books based on the company's earlier lines, including Deadlands: Reloaded as well as the Tour of Darkness, Necropolis, and Weird War II settings based on the Weird Wars line

RPG- X-Crawl

In Xcrawl, the players are superstar athletes taking their chances in a live-on-pay-per-view death sport. It’s a modern-day world with a fantasy twist, and the game is simple: the Dungeon Judge, or DJ, creates an artificial dungeon under controlled – but lethal – conditions. He designs the maze, and stocks it with monsters, secret doors, magical traps, treasure and prizes. The players must go through the dungeon and fulfill whatever conditions the DJ puts forth in order to win.