2-3 May, Beechwood Hall Hotel, Worthing
We are back again with the games day down in sunny Worthing, seaside town on the South Coast of the UK. Now it's better and bigger than ever with over 15 hours of game time, with two sessions starting at 12 noon on Saturday and one session with a 10am start on Sunday. There are still a few places left.
We are delighted to announce that we have a new "Friend in the North"...the remarkable, energetic and charismatic Ian Hawthorne (Mr Haitch) who has been busily organising games in his region. He is a regular GM at our UK games conventions and we look forward to getting him working even harder still. If you are a Pathfinder player or GM in the Midlands or further North he may be able to help you coordinate games and events.
Lots of people were saying that this year's Conception was the best ever. It felt just a little less hectic and a bit more chilled than previous years. For Pathfinder players, that was partly down to the pre-event sign up on Warhorn which meant that many games could be guaranteed to have enough players to run and a sensible balance of characters. It was a first time trial for Warhorn at Conception and we would be interested to hear people's reactions.
URGENT. DO register your Pathfinder characters! Paizo have changed the reporting system and any characters who are not registered online get no credit when the game is reported. This is due to the need to differentiate between the CORE Campaign and the Regular Campaign. Each character must be registered to one campaign. They can't get credit from playing in the other campaign unless they move permanently from CORE to Main. Eight days after Conception we are finding many unregistered characters and they are not getting any credit from the games.