Come join the Girls of Team Iuz while we discuss the 10 biggest "MYTHS" of girls in gaming. The focus is centered on D&D 3.5. If you're interested in gaming, but have heard all the stereotypes, this is the place to come to get the facts straight!
Always wanted to play?? Didn't quite know where to start? The Girls of Team Iuz want to get you involved! This seminar focuses on character creation, developing a strong backstory for your character, and all the basic rules of D&D 3.5 that you need to focus on to start playing! We want to get more girls involved in D&D and this is the perfect way to check it out to see if you're interested!
Just when you thought they didnâ€™t existâ€¦here they are! The Bad A$$ Girl Gamers of Team Iuz present 10 Myths of Girls in a gaming environment! Theyâ€™ve compiled a list of myths that they will bust just for you! Fact: girls DO game! Learn how to be a Bad A$$ Girl Gamer in a D&D setting. Guys, bring your girlfriends and theyâ€™ll show them just how easy and fun it can be!
Girl Gamers are you ready? What?? Youâ€™re not? Perfect! Let the Bad A$$ Girl Gamers of Team Iuz help! Weâ€™re going to get you started on making a GREAT girl gamer character. Focus on backstories, character creation, and party integration will lead into a set of â€œWhat would you do???â€� situations! No supplies needed, just bring your creativity and the Bad A$$ Girl Gamers will see you there!
Team Iuz is taking a break from the backstories this year and aiming for the other potholes both in front and behind the screen. They will be tackling gamer â€˜ruts,â€™ slow starting adventures, lack of consistency, too many people at the table, scheduling issues, rules lawyers and their minions, among other issues in this two hour brain dump. If you have topics that you would like addressed during this session please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
The players are invested in their characters, and the game has been richly woven with elements of the PCâs storiesâ¦now what? Jason OâBrien, a DM with over 20 years experience discusses the next logical step for your game from both a PC & DMâing perspective. This is a group oriented brainstorming session that is the natural continuation of the topics covered in Backstories (The Good, Bad, & Ugly.)
The Bad A** Girl Gamers of Team Iuz would like to invite everyone to our seminar where we will focus on female gamers in a D&D 3.5 setting. Girls get involved! Guys, bring your girlfriends! Donât know how? Then come and join us at GenCon Indy 2006 where we will cover topics ranging from breaking stereotypes, integrating more females to your group, and basic character creation and backstories. Weâll see you there!
A mysterious island, missing heroes, and Gods abound in this game where high adventure meets musical chairs. A maelstrom rages over the heroes tiny ship as they traverse through uncharted waters. Under dark skies, the storm shipwrecks the heroes upon an island that is not on the map. Wait a minute! Half the party is gone! As the heroes search for their missing friends, they soon meet the quirky Noc. These little bug-like natives immediately worship the heroes as the new gods of the island. On this island paradise, the Noc take the heroes to their village where they are lavished in all the riches the island has to offer. But one question hangs in the air, if the heroes are the new gods then who are the old gods? More importantly, what are the old gods? Time and space play tricks on the heroes as the missing party members switch with the current ones, yet no one seems to notice this except our heroes. The island poses only unanswered questions as the heroes find a Broken World, giants, and a mad scientist. What other mysteries does the island hold? Will the old gods be angry with these ânew godsâ? Why does the party keep changing? Where are the missing party members going to and coming from? And who are the guilded knockers? Join us at the table for the D&D adventure Noc Noc Nocing on Heavenâs Door!
A DM's perspective on what elements make good character back stories. Jason O'Brien, a DM with over 20 years of DM'ing experience, will show players how to make it easier for their DM's to weave the story & help DM's find commonality in their players' stories. This group-oriented brainstorming session is a must for both new and experienced DM's and players. Attendees are invited to bring their own back stories to this session for input.