The Cubicle 7 Dragonmeet Report – Part 1

This past weekend was Dragonmeet 2014, one of the UK’s best conventions held right in the heart of London itself. Cubicle 7 were there in force, running demo games, holding seminars, chatting to fans about our books and selling lots of games to excited customers.

Short version: we had a great time there! Read on to find out more about what we got up to.

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Nicole, Dom, Dave and Joe man the stand.

Since we handed the baton on to Chris Birch, this was the first year that we’d not been running the event, so it was nice to be able to turn up and enjoy it as exhibitors for once!

We had pretty much our entire range of games on sale at the show – but that didn’t last for long! We’d sold out of Rivendell by lunchtime, and Hobbit Tales was gone by the end of the day – we even sold the demo copy! The new green dice for The One Ring were the other big hit of the show - you guys could not get enough of them!

Nick was hard at work running demo games of Doctor Who: The Card Game and Hobbit Tales to eager punters throughout the day.

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Dave Chapman signing copies of Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space.

We had two special guests on our stand – Joe Dever (creator of Lone Wolf) and Dave Chapman (designer of Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space), both of whom chatted to fans and signed autographs.

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Joe Dever chatting to a fan about Lone Wolf.

We were also involved with a number of seminars (more about them later in the week), including art director Jon Hodgson’s fascinating talk about how the art of a tabletop game gets conceived and made.


Jon Hodgson's seminar, photo courtesy of GMS Magazine.

We had a great time at the show and it was fantastic to talk to so many of you - thanks to everyone who showed up and chatted to us!

Stay tuned for part 2 of our report later in the week, where we’ll let you in on a few of the secrets we let slip at the show…

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