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Pathfinder Society is the organised play campaign for the Pathfinder RPG (an offshoot of Dungeons & Dragons, essentially) and features a league of adventurers, explorers and archaeologists in a high fantasy setting. You are welcome to bring your own character, as long as it complies with the rules laid out here. (Except for the Honor's Echo introductory game, where you will be given a choice of characters.) Alternatively, there will be a selection of pregenerated characters available. Note that there are three thematic tracks this year: a Blakros Museum track beginning with Mists of Mwangi, an Aspis Consortium track beginning with The Consortium Compact and a best of Season 8 ('new stuff') track, beginning with Honor's Echo. You can choose whether to stick to one track or try them all.

When booking for the multitable special (Siege of the Diamond City), please let us know what character levels you could play at (or if you would like us to give you a pregenerated character), as the tables are organised by character level, although all levels are welcome.

(Various GMs organised by Charlotte [charlotte@scientifictales.com])

Starfinder Society is set millenia in the future of the Pathfinder universe and features blasters, spaceships, interplanetary travel and more. The Starfinder rulebooks will be released at GenCon the weekend before Dragonfire, so this is your chance to jump in! Once the Starfinder Society rules are released, you should be able to build your own character, but you might want to plan to play a pregen.

(GM Jerall Toi)

The Star Trek RPG is . . . well, if I need to explain the premise of this to you, you should probably pick one of the other games.

(GM Jacques van Heerden)

Call of Cthulhu is a Lovecraftian horror RPG.

(GM Jacques van Heerden)

Singularis is a multitable RPG system with rapidly changing games.

(Various GMs organised by Warren aka Ultixan)

Savage Worlds - see https://www.peginc.com/product-category/savage-worlds/

Classic modules will be run by some old members (and perhaps others). You can see examples in the CLAWS library. These are not formally bookable, but you are welcome to make contact with GMs in advance or at the convention. There will also be some modules available for groups that want to 'pick up and play' (bring/find your own GM).

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