Visit Us At Gamehole Con And Carnage Con This Weekend!

This weekend a genuine Gamehole is appearing in Wisconsin, while Carnage is about to erupt in Vermont. And we’re gonna be at both events!

One of the best role-playing conventions in the country happens in Madison, WI, and it just happens to start on Halloween!

GameHole Con is going on in Madison at the Alliant Energy Center, and Goodman Games will be there in force! Not only will Pandabrett have a full booth set-up in the exhibitor hall, but several of our best will be there running games!

You can come by to game with Brendan LaSalle and many of our fabulous Road Crew Judges will all be on hand running events throughout the weekend. And on top of that, Doug Kovacs will be there showing off and selling his fantastic artwork!

As if that isn’t enough, Thursday night GameHole Con is having free Family Trick-Or-Treat. Find out more about it on the event page here.

All-in-all, GameHole Con is a great event, and you do not want to miss out on anything that might happen at the show. So, we’ll see you there!

If Wisconsin is a little out of your travel range, but Vermont is a bit closer to home, then come and see Jim at Carnage Con in Killington.

What exactly is Carnage Con you ask? It’s a table-top convention that brings gaming fun to the New England area. This year’s theme is space exploration and science-fiction, and pays special homage to the classic novel, Catch-22.

Come see Jim at the booth and pick up your copies of,  The Chained Coffin hardbacks, DCC Lankhmar, the latest Mutant Crawl Classics adventure, Tales of the Magician’s Skull No. 3, the deluxe version of Sailors on the Starless Sea, and much. much more!

If you are anywhere near either venue, make it a point to drop by and roll some dice. And stop by the booth, too. It’s Halloween, you never know what kind of surprises we might scare up.

WHAT: Gamehole Con
WHEN: October 31 – November 3rd
WHERE: Alliant Energy Center, Madison, WI

WHAT: Carnage 22
WHEN: November 1 – 3
WHERE: Killington Grand Resort, Killington, VT

Author: jmcdevitt

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