It's that time of year again, when the Cubicle 7 team pack up our satchels and head off to Indianapolis for Gen Con!
You can find us at booth 337 in the exhibit hall. We'll have some exciting guests and a bunch of new games at the show, all of which are detailed under the cut!
We're delighted to say that we'll be hosting Joe Dever, creator of Lone Wolf and The World of Magnamund as a guest on our stand. If you've ever met Joe in person you'll know what a wonderful opportunity this is to meet the legend and get your Lone Wolf books signed. Joe always gives his fans 100%, so don't miss this chance to meet him in person.
And we couldn't have Joe on the stand without copies of The Lone Wolf Adventure Game! We have an extremely limited stock of Lone Wolf Adventure Game boxed sets for sale at Gen Con. When they're gone they're gone, so be sure to head straight for our booth if you want one. We suspect by Saturday they'll be gone.
Also as guests on our stand we'll have Neko and Florrent from Le Septieme Cercle, the design powerhouse behind Qin, Kuro, Yggdrasill and Keltia. They'll be on hand to sign your books and talk about their wide variety of upcoming projects in the English language. As good friends of C7, we're delighted to welcome them both back.
In terms of games new to the show we'll have:
The Cthulhu Britannica London Boxed Set for Call of Cthulhu, making it's debut retail appearance anywhere on the planet!
The Curse of Nineveh for Call of Cthulhu, which is the accompanying hard cover campaign to the London Boxed Set.
With The London Boxed Set, Curse of Nineveh and the Journals all on sale you'll be able to pick up a superb bundle of London-based Cthulhu investigation in one fell swoop!
The afore-mentioned Lone Wolf Adventure Game in extremely limited quantities.
Ruins of the North for The One Ring – 6 adventures across Eriador that accompany the Rivendell supplement.
The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook – this one is being very well received indeed. An encyclopedic analysis of the Ninth Doctor's adventures, companions and adversaries for The Doctor Who Roleplaying Game as well as a fantastic read for fans of the show.
SOE Handbook for World War Cthulhu – learn about the devious and marvellous genius of the Special Operations Executive in World War 2, and how Network N repurpose their tactics and equipment to fight the other enemy.
Keltia Corebook – Adventures in the mythic age of a celtic Arthur.
Plus all your other favourite Cubicle 7 games and supplements.
On the booth you'll be able to meet and chat with Dom, Jon, TS, Walt, Ken and TOR contributor James Brown. C7 author and alternative booth babe Andrew Peregrine will doubtless be in attendance too at various times through the show. Sadly Andrew Kenrick fans will have to wait until next year for his return to Indianapolis.
To find us just look out for the Tower of Power to the left of the exhibit hall. We might well have a visitor to the tower this year...