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Gaming Guests, Pros, and Panelists

MisCon 25

Discussion of game-related topics. Usually these panels deal with role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, Shadowrun, GURPS, Deadlands, Call of Cthulhu, Amber, and many others.

John Bromley
John Bromley

About John Bromley

Justin Farrington
Justin Farrington

I enjoy facilitating fun for an entire group and encourage a cooperative storytelling style of play rather than an adversarial one. It's easy to kill characters. It's harder to keep a group coming back for more, week after week. I consider myself fortunate to have a group of players who want to help tell stories, and who keep coming back to find out what happens next.

About Justin Farrington

John Goff
John Goff

John's been playing RPGs for over three decades. He's been writing scenarios and rules for them for nearly that long as well-although it took twenty years before he convinced someone to actually start publishing his work.

About John Goff

Marc Johnson
Marc Johnson

About Marc Johnson

CthulhuBob Lovely
CthulhuBob Lovely

I help run MisCon, which occurs each year on Memorial Day Weekend in Missoula, Montana, thanks to the wonderful people who make it happen.
I run games, primarily Call of Cthulhu, GURPS and other Steve Jackson Games products and various games from Cheapass Games.
As a semi-professional nerd, I believe geekery and gaming can have positive effects on math, reading and writing, and social interaction skills as well as family togetherness.

About CthulhuBob Lovely

Greg Schneider
Greg Schneider

Greg had been coming to Miscon since he graduated college and has run a really large number of role-playing sessions. So many that he decided to get help in 2012, started Black Shield Productions and got paid to GameMaster so he could call himself a professional GM. Unfortunately, Black Shield Productions was really good at what it did, and has been spiraling out of control for three years, gathering up a bunch of awesome game masters and running unique events conventions throughout the northwest and bringing solid weekend of gaming to Miscon each year. Greg can be found running games or hanging out with his family during the convention.

About Greg Schneider

Keith Seyffarth
Keith Seyffarth

An experienced gamer and GM, having run long-term campaigns in multiple systems, I've been role-playing since 1983, and running games since 1986. Of course, those first games were pretty off the wall and unstructured - so nothing's really changed.

About Keith Seyffarth

Connie Thomson
Connie Thomson

Co-owner, editor, writer/designer, layout specialist, and booth babe for 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming. Also, maker of the World's Finest Dicebags.

About Connie Thomson

Robert Thomson
Robert Thomson

My professional competencies/interests include: I am president of Great Falls Gaming Rendezvous, a new gaming-focused con in Great Falls, MT (going into our 4th year!) and a former president of the Sandbaggers Game Club, the oldest independent gaming club in the US. I am former owner of 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming, current freelance roleplaying game designer/editor with credits with 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming, Purple Duck Games, Fantastic Gallery, Third Eye Games, Expeditious Retreat Press, Kobold Press (blog), Paizo Fans United, and Green Ronin Publishing. Currently working on projects for Purple Duck, John Brazer Enterprises, and EN Publishing. I have also had one piece of non-fiction published in

About Robert Thomson

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