Wellington Anniversary Weekend January 20th - 21st 2018

KapCon needs you!

While we've timetabled 45% of the con so far, we need more games. Lots more games. Including another six for first round. So please, register your game today!

To Kill a Lie

Facilitator: 
Luke Walker

Hollywood: the glitz, the glamour, the grim. The Esoteric Order of Dagon's influence spreads through this town like a foul tide, eroding its foundations and sinking us faster into chaos. But what is chaos in a town where death is just a morbid sideshow or an unnoticed back-alley mistake?

People don't see what we see walking the streets every day. There are such things as monsters. In order to protect you, we have chosen to become that which threatens you - bonding ourselves to otherworldly symbiotes called Tagers.

System: 
CthulhuTech

Board Games Room

Facilitator: 
Karen aka MissMenolly

A room provided for playing board games. Local MIB's (Steve Jackson Games demonstrators) will be running various SGJ demonstrations over the weekend. Plus everyone is invited to bring along their own board games to share.

System: 
various

Best Friends

Facilitator: 
Jenni Dowsett

A freeform laugh-a-minute indie game about being best friends....the setting, characters and story are pretty much up to the players. So far I've run it as Star Wars, Robyn Hood, Prom night, shojou fantasy and superheroes and villains in the Big Brother house.

It's awesome fun. Come along!

System: 
Best Friends

Lashings of Ginger Beer and Haggis

Facilitator: 
Julia Blackmore

A Famous Five piss take in the style of the TV comedy, Five Go Mad in Dorset, by The Comic Strip team.
You are all off on a spiffing camping holiday in Scotland. What could possibly happen? A pleasant and uneventful camping trip or rip roaring adventure? No doubt, some kind farmers wife will provide loads of cream cakes, ham sandwiches and bags of lettuce and tomatoes - wizard!! So bring along your silly British accents, detective skills, bicycles, camping equipment, and simply lashings of ginger beer - well hoorah!!

System: 
Lashings of Ginger Beer/Babewatch

A.C.O.R.N.

Facilitator: 
Sophie M

Join A.C.O.R.N. they said. You’ll see the world they said. Be a Hero, they said. What they didn’t say is that you’d spend you’re time as a ‘B’ grade spy who is only sent on the type of missions that involve picking up the Boss's dry cleaning and making sure his brat of a daughter gets to College on time. This is worse than High School!

Why does nothing interesting ever happen?

System: 
Savage Worlds

Project Breather

Facilitator: 
Sophie M

London. Winter. 1963.

But rather than swinging this London is barely holding on in the aftermath of a war which has cut off all communications with the rest of the world. A war which unleashed weapons more terrible and twisted than just nuclear bombs. The Cold War went Hot and now you have to live in the ruins of what was.

System: 
Hot War

24 Hours : Regarding Ducks (Re:Ducks)

Facilitator: 
The Dingwall Brothers Flying Circus

A game by one of the infamous Dingwall brothers!

Actually this is a reworking of a very old game of mine which originally sailed under the title: 24 hours tarok game or the not happy happy smurf game.

Really all i can tell you about the game with out giving anyhting away is that your character will wake up in a room. But don't worry your character knows as much as you do about what's going on :P

System: 
Home brew

Not Our Future

Facilitator: 
Daniel Steadman

The world has changed since the end of season 7. The Slayers have gotten all organisey and missiony but there are a few newly awoken slayers that aren't part of the plan. They still live with their folks, struggle with math and try to get by at school. One such slayer is trying to avoid flunking school and do their bit to keep the world safe, now if only they hadn't been grounded for smoking...

System: 
Buffy the vampire slayer

Lambs of a Nameless God

Facilitator: 
Luke Walker

The world ended ten years ago today. Some say it came from the sky. Others that it came from below, twisting through the streets of our city like a darkness. Others simply awoke to find their world have left them. The older ones couldn't survive in this new world without past. So we, the younger ones, thrived.

We live life now bright and free in the wasteland, in defiance of everything that tries to take it from us – apathy, hunger, violence, loneliness. We cling to each other tightly as together we can be ourselves; our whole world, not caring that everyone out there ignores us.

System: 
CthulhuTech
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