Tod Glenn

MisCon 29 Panel Volunteer

Tod Glenn is a lifelong weapons enthusiast. He has been variously a competitive shooter, federal firearms licensee, firearms manufacturing consultant, knife maker, sword maker, fencing coach and HEMA instructor. He is currently the head coach for the Helena fencing club. He is a frequent contributor to the American Smallsword Symposium and has collaborated on several HEMA related publications.

Tod Glenn is a lifelong weapons enthusiast. He has been variously a competitive shooter, federal firearms licensee, firearms manufacturing consultant, knife maker, sword maker, fencing coach and HEMA instructor. He is currently the head coach for the Helena fencing club. He is a frequent contributor to the American Smallsword Symposium and contributed to the recently published Reinier van Noort translation of Philibert de la Touche`s `Les Vrays principes de l'esp`e seule d`di`s`

Scheduled Panels and Presentations:

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(Tentative)

  • game Sat 3:00 - 6:50 PM, Race for the Cure, Table: 18 Room: Ruby's 139 (139)
    GM(s): Tod Glenn

    The pandemic that had turned North American into a wasteland filled a few isolated survivors and thousands of rage filled infected is spreading through Europe. There is little hope for the human race. But there are rumors of a possible vaccine locked away in the laboratories of the CDC in Atlanta, a forlorn hope and a virtual suicide mission, perfect for the Foreign Legion.

  • Break Sat 6:50 - Sun 2:00
  • game Sun 2:00 - 5:50 PM, Recipe for Madness, Table: 18 Room: Ruby's 139 (139)
    GM(s): Tod Glenn

    It is Nov 26, 1921 and the private train of wealthy socialite Evelyn Playfair is stranded in the middle of Massachusetts by the great ice storm. Fortunately, the secluded but nearby Clairmont Sanitarium offers sanctuary against the storm for the passengers.


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