Multi-DM games. Multi-table games. The Specials. There are many names for these massive convention games, but luckily for us we’ve got several guests here to help break them down. Geoffrey Peart, Troy Pichelman, and Darcy Ross are all experienced in ways to make your game bigger, whatever the system.

THE SPECIALS
Geoffrey Peart
Troy Pichelman
Darcy Ross

SCALE IT UP
Pathfinder Society Events
Ontario Pathfinder Society
Monte Cook Games Asset Team

About the Author
Meghan Dornbrock knows that books are true magic, and has a weak spot for storytelling rogue-kings. An artist, animator, and all-around games enthusiast, she’s fascinated by the many different ways there are to tell a good story and is eager to see what’ll come next. Eventually she will die on Mars, but currently she lives in the uncool part of Brooklyn. Follow her on twitter or on her website.

One comment on “20. Scaling Games Part 1: GO BIG

  1. Dave Hanlon says:

    Just gave the episode a listen and really enjoyed it. Multi-table gaming is pretty neat, and I’m glad I’ve been able to do it a few times now.

    Just to confirm the information Troy dropped in the episode about The Idealizer. The adventure is going to be included in issue #8 of the Cyphercaster Magazine, which will be available on drivethrurpg.com when it’s published, this should get you to it eventually:

    https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?keywords=cyphercaster

    It’s even got some really cool art by Nic “shugmonkey” Brennan (http://www.shugmonkey.com/).

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