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Must Contain Minis13 Jul 2018 5:32 p.m. PST

One of the things that I really enjoy doing is hitting the convention scene and teaching new players how to play a game. I have run a few tables and have run into issues with flow and tablesize. My most recent demo went completely smoothly though and I couldn't be happier.

For this one, I ran Frostgrave Ghost Archipelago and stuck to a 3' by 3' Table and four players. To give a sense of how the campaign works, I had the players play two back to back short games rather than one long one. The results were superb. Check out the article below for more.

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Be sure to check out the original article to learn more about how I ran the demo and how it went. link

Mad Guru Supporting Member of TMP15 Jul 2018 3:24 p.m. PST

Looks like a lot of fun! Always great to hear about successful games, be they held at cons, FLGS, or in your basement, attic, or dining room, but because of their added challenges, successful convention games are a special achievement. Congrats!

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