Queen City Conquest has delivered excellent gaming for five years now at their conventions, because we love doing it. Those 3 days of gaming with all of you make us very happy and we hope it makes you happy too. Now let's get real.
We want to bring you this convention, but we can't do it without you and Kickstarter. That's just the truth. Help us entertain you by joining our Queen City Court. We promise that it will be royally fun. Now that you've taken pun damage let us proclaim the basics.
If you're wondering about extra goodies in the $75 level you get a discounted T-Shirt, your QCC die, a QCC 2017 pint glass, first crack at registering for events, and things unlocked through our stretch goals such as Meeples, tote storage at the convention, another die, and whatever other surprises we come up with.
We have a number of amazing events already lined up this year for the con which include a D&D Epic, the Double Exposure Board Game Tournament -- the games for the tournament won't be announced until July, we're building a panel series with our guests, on Sunday we'll be having our Klask tournament hosted by Buffalo Games, and Sunday is also Family Day. On Family Day we'll have Joe from Collectors Inn teaching and then having a magic draft for kids, a series of family friendly board and role playing games will be run, and there will be mini painting for the kids.
Those are just the things we have planned now and we'll be actively searching for other events and games to have run at the convention.
Phil Vecchione wears many hats but he is the first among equals at Encoded Designs and has numerous writing and podcasting credits to his name.
John Arcadian is the chief gnome at Gnomestew but is also a webmaster to many prominent websites and the
Angela Murray has been writing for Gnomestew for a long time but is now the producer of the Gnomecast, a podcast by gnomestew and Misdirected Mark Productions. She also takes hella good #tableselfies.
Shawn Merwin is an extraordinary freelance writer and game designer who loves D&D. He's podcaster, blogger, game designer, and known as being an extraordinary freelancer.
Jen Adcock is a writer, blogger and game designer who focuses on kid friendly and accessible games. She also has a fairy tale fiasco playset.
Senda Linaugh is a podcaster, blogger, game designer, and total super geek. She is one of the hosts of She's a Super Geek, the AP podcast highlighting female GMs, and Panda's Talking Games.
Rach Shelkey, Rob Deobald, and Kate Bullock are the organizers of Breakout Con and the hosts of the podcast It’s like D&D. Kate is also a member of The Gauntlet podcast and writes the blog Bluestocking’s Organic Gaming blog. We're looking forward to having them in Buffalo for the QCC.
Eric Simon will also be coming out for the Queen City Conquest. Eric is behind Four in Hand Games — Steamscapes and Rockalypse — and the social media coordinator for Ulisses North America which makes games like The Dark Eye and Torg: Eternity.
We're in discussion with other folks to be guests and will add them here and announce them over on the Queen City Conquest website as time goes on.
Joe from Collectors Inn has done us some great service this year already letting us have our kick off party at his game store and becoming a sponsor of the show. This has allowed us to reduce the funding number of the Kickstarter by quite a bit.
Joe has also given you folks this deal. If the Kickstarter hits $9,000 in 72 hours he will give a discount to everyone who funds the con that can be used at any time at the store or at the con.
Buy one get one 1/2 off on in Stock items plus special orders and pre-orders are 30% off. Contact Collectors inn via Facebook for details.
$25 - Friday or Sunday only. You choose the days.
$30 - Saturday only
$38 - 2 day Badge. You choose the days
$45 - 3 Day Badge
$75 - 3 Day Badge plus all the extra goodies
$1 - per die
$10 - per pint glass
$20 - per shirt. There is a $3 extra fee for larger shirts and a $5 add on for 4X shirts.
$30 - The add on package. Get a die, a pint glass, a shirt, and early registration plus any unlocked goodies.
$10 - Early registration
If you're still reading thank you. If you back the convention thank you more. We're still a bit away from September but we're moving along and will be adding more events and guests along the way. We plan on updating you folks here and the general public over on the website as we proceed. Thank you for backing and we'll see you in September for some amazing gaming.
Risks and challenges
We know the risks which is why we set the monetary goals we have set. If hit our goals we'll be able to pay for the things we need to pay for to have the convention. Aside from someone losing their head in a coup d'etat or something else unforeseen happening, like the end of the world, we're sure we can make the convention happen and our track record proves it.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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