Our mission is to produce quality television and live online broadcasts featuring established and upcoming comic book artists, cartoonists, graffiti artists, pop artists, illustrators, entertainment/gaming artists, animators and musicians that create music for those industries. We will provide a platform for those that create the art and music that provide a means of escape from daily grime. We will provide a social network supported by sponsors and partners for those that wish to immerse themselves in the culture. Our audience will have the opportunity to learn from artists and musicians of the industry and watch them demonstrate their techniques. It is our goal that they will gain knowledge and appreciation of how things work, the history of escapism and its importance in current times. Commercial art and music for industry educators will also be encouraged to participate.

What might be one of Pathfinder Society’s greatest discoveries is also within the most dangerous region of the campaign setting: the demon-ravaged wasteland known as the Worldwound. As the Pathfinders mobilize to launch this perilous expedition, they find themselves harried by new enemies and old obligations when the demonic hordes threaten to spill out into the rest of the world.

Year of the Demon is the new season of Pathfinder Society, the world’s largest RPG Organized Play campaign! This year, the Pathfinder Society seeks out new allies to aid it in its greatest endeavor yet. Simultaneously, the society’s leaders of national and philosophical factions explore new opportunities, deal with the repercussions of their recent actions during the Year of the Risen Rune, and struggle to determine their roles in a changing world.

Pathfinder Society will run more than 100 Pathfinder RPG adventures in the Sagamore Ballroom all throughout Gen Con Indy. Check out the Siege of the Diamond City, Friday night’s 1000-player mega-event, and check out the society’s silent auction to benefit the Gen Con Indy 2013 charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana

Final Reminder: Event Registration Opens this Sunday

The time has almost arrived! Gen Con Indy 2013 is less than 90 days away, and Event Registration started Sunday, May 19, at noon (Eastern).

You can review events by clicking here, learn how to build a Wish List by clicking here, or get your Event Registration questions answered by emailing Gen Con’s Customer Service department.

While Sunday is the kickoff for Event Registration, you may sign-up for events throughout the summer. Also, new events will be added to the listings, so be sure to check back periodically for updates.

Remember, to register for events, you must have a valid Gen Con Indy 2013 badge already in your account.  You can get your badge at www.gencon.com.

Don’t Miss Out on the Final Hours of this Kickstarter

Gamers, Bill Cavalier wants to show you how to game the Dungeon Bastard way by taking the World’s WORST Dungeon Crawl and making it a KICKING GOOD time. His crowdfunding project is in its FINAL hours of funding (and is FUNDED!), so if you want to get a PDF, download or DVD of the event, head on over to Kickstarter.
Walter Koenig Named Second Media Guest of Honor

If you missed the news from earlier this week, Walter Koenig was named the second Gen Con Media Guest of Honor for 2013. Walter Koenig is a producer, director, writer, teacher, and actor who has portrayed not one, but two iconic characters for television, Alfred Bester on Babylon 5 and the role for which he is most famous, Pavel Chekov on the original Star Trek television show and seven subsequent feature films. Koenig will sign autographs in Gen Con’s Autograph Area on Thursday, August 15, and in the Mayfair Games booth on Friday, August 16. Help us welcome a sci-fi legend to Gen Con Indy 2013!

Trade Day Schedule Available for Review

Game industry insiders, hobby game retailers, educators, and librarians are invited to check out the most robust Trade Day schedule from the program’s seven-year history. The Wednesday event will feature more than 40 seminars across a variety of tracks on topics directly relevant to the art and science of the game industry.

Thus far, Trade Day attendance has nearly doubled year-over-year! If your business is understanding the game industry, the Gen Con team invites you to check out these informative events!

A Trade Day badge is required to attend this programming, and given that it is an industry focused event, you may be required to submit proof that you work in the game industry or are an active educator or librarian.

To learn more about Trade Day, click here.

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