Steven S. Long’s been involved in the gaming industry for twenty years, during which time he’s written, co-written, edited, or developed approximately 200 books. He got his start as a freelancer for Hero Games, for whom he wrote several books in the mid-Nineties. He soon branched out i ...read more
(from Wikipedia) Kenneth Hite has been writing games since 1981 and full-time since 1995. Some of his early design work was featured in the Nephilim role-playing game for Chaosium before the line closed down in 1997. After working freelance, Hite came to Last Unicorn Games and joined in th ...read more
Shawn Carman is the lead writer for the ongoing Legend of the Five Rings storyline. In addition to creating the story arcs Race for the Throne, the Destroyer War, the Age of Exploration and others, Shawn is a long-time writer for the Legend of the Five Rings role playing game. Shawn’ ...read more
ChupacabraCon II will be held: January 9-11,2015 Norris Conference Center 2525 W Anderson Ln #365 Austin, TX 78757 Yes, there is Wifi and it is free. Huzzah! Nearby Hotels: (We are working with hotels to secure a special rate and will post it here when we have it secured) Hyatt Pl ...read more
Most of us returned from Owlcon Sunday with our longest Owlcon attending member staying for an additional day to take in the sights of Houston, a tradition of his. Granted, my perspective of the convention is limited to my own experience, but it was a fantastic time. The highlight of my vi ...read more
The feedback is in and our first year of Chupacabracon was a success. We had nearly 300 participants and they all had a great time. The venue was great, if a bit remote, but for a first year event it was awesome. Sure we had a couple of bumps but they were few and far [...]read more
ChupacabraCon is a gaming convention featuring RPG, tabletop, board and card games, coming January 9-11,2015 to the Norris Conference Center, 2525 West Anderson Ln #365, Austin, TX 78757. GMs and Volunteers get in free! IWEBIX Webdesign
ChupacabraCon is the brainchild of a group of RPG gamers in Austin, Texas. The convention benefits nonprofit Austin Creative Pathways whose mission is to inspire and prepare youth for careers in the roleplaying, table top and video game industries through technology, writing and visual arts education.