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Personal logo Dervel Supporting Member of TMP Fezian15 Jan 2019 6:07 a.m. PST

This stuff

The Miniature events planned so far!
1st Session (9AM-1PM):
Battle of Hastings in 28mm Triumph! Brian Peruski
Napoleonic Battle in the Spanish Peninsula 28mm Black Powder Jon Carroll
Aliens Vs. Predator Vs. Marines Adam Koziel
Freeblades Geoffrey Wing
Close Action Napoleonic Naval Action Garry Kaluzny
Russo Turkish War battle of Plevna 15mm Scott Hansen
What a Tanker Mat Kottonow
Castle Siege John Thull
Walking Dead All Out War Michael Ovesnik
Deadzone Sci-fi Skirmish Richard Hall
Napoleonic Skirmish Game 54mm Curtis Cousineau

2nd Session (2PM-6PM):
Darkest Africa with Gold Digger Jones Glen Cooley
Battle of Hastings in 28mm Triumph! Brian Peruski
Napoleonic Battle in the Spanish Peninsula 28mm Black Powder Jon Carroll
Championship Formula Racing Jack Beckman
Dawn Attack at Sharpsburg 1/72 (ACW 101 Tod's New Rules!) Tod Kershner
Isandlwana Zulu War using The Man Who Would Be King rules Michael David Wedding
Mekong Delta Cambodia Michael Harris
Flint and Feather Michael Ovsenik
WWII Russian Front John Thull
Vanguard Fantasy Skirmish Richard Hall
Dust (100Pt Bring your own or borrow an army) Charles Huber
Gut Shot 54mm Larry Campbell
WWI Trench Warfare Ray Brammer

3rd Session (7PM-11PM):
Blue Max Rod Cain
Gutshot Gary Kaluzny

In addition to this we have board and card based games planned:

Mare Nostum planned for third session with Donald Mark Haynes
Newly developed Interstellar Space Game David North

Steve Jackson Games Bill Korsak
9-11: Chez Geek is the game of apartment life. Will your roommates drive you crazy . . . or will you drive them crazy first? Illustrated by John Kovalic, this won the Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game in 2000. The current version, Chez Geek: House Party Edition, combines the original game and its first two expansions into one deluxe set! There's also Slack to the Future, which brings the insanity of the Internet Age to your game, as if you didn't have enough problems.
10-12: Munchkin Deluxe Go down in the dungeon. Kill everything you meet. Backstab your friends and steal their stuff. Grab the treasure and run.
11-1: Port Royal At last: The award-winning game of competing pirate-merchants is available in the U.S.!

12-2: Munchkin ShakesphereTake in hand thine blade! Battle every enemy thou meetest! Foully betray thine companions, and make off with their treasure!
Fans asked for a Munchkin game, Shakespeare style. So here it is! It has all the betrayal, slaying, and wordplay of any good Munchkin game and of any good Shakespearean play.-Fans asked for a

1-3: Revolution Secretly bid against your opponents to gain the support of the people, win territory . . . and gather more Gold, Blackmail, and Force for the next round of bidding! Will you try to control the tavern or the fortress? The harbor or the plantation? Knowing where to push for support and where to back away and let your opponents fight is the key to victory. It's a game of bluff, counter-bluff, and surprise.

2-4: Space Munchkin That's right: You can be a munchkin in space! When you play this sci fi-themed

3-5: Munchkin Cthulhu is a stand-alone game that lampoons Lovecraft's Mythos and the horror gaming that surrounds it. Brought to you by Steve Jackson and John Kovalic, this set features four Classes -- including the Cultist -- and a lot of classic monsters from outside reality. And they all have Stuff you can take from their twitching bodies.

Pathfinder and Starfinder room Michael Eischer
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flintcon is Saturday February 9th at St. Paul Lutheran Church and School in Flint, Michigan.

Site location is 402 S. Ballenger Highway, Flint, Michigan 48532
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Personal logo Dervel Supporting Member of TMP Fezian15 Jan 2019 6:12 a.m. PST

Oh, and onsite concessions, a paint and take for all ages, free parking and a flea market too!

skipper John Supporting Member of TMP15 Jan 2019 6:30 a.m. PST

Me? The 9 hour drive…

stephen m15 Jan 2019 3:51 p.m. PST

My first game convention was Origins '78! I have been to a couple cons in Flint since then. Maybe next year I would love to return.

Mithmee Supporting Member of TMP15 Jan 2019 8:26 p.m. PST

Origins was my first gaming convention as well but it was the 1989 one that was held in Los Angeles.

Sundance16 Jan 2019 7:49 a.m. PST

Just don't drink the water…

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