Our Convention Schedule July 13, 2015 14:00 7 Comments
Cracked Monocle and Tephra: the Steampunk RPG are pretty well known in the Texas convention circuit. We've been to over 30 conventions in the past 5 years, from Ikkicon to Clockwork Con, A-kon to Comicpalooza, AetherFest to San Japan. We've hit up a lot of conventions, and we love going to them. I get tons of questions from our Texan fans about what conventions we're hitting up next, and people everywhere ask us if we're going to GenCon, Origins, Dragon*Con, or the GAMA Trade Show.
Unfortunately, for the next little while, the answer is always going to be "No."
For years, Cracked Monocle has been very focused on going to conventions. It was like a drug: we can get in, play Tephra with a bunch of awesome people, grow, sell some books, and have a great time. But conventions were also immensely time-consuming and draining.
In the last few months since taking over again, I've decided to not focus on conventions. I want to grow Tephra's product-base. I want to believe that people are playing Tephra at home and not just with us at the conventions. I want to spend those weekends writing and releasing great new material, not showcasing old stuff.
However, don't write us off yet!
The famous Charlie Stayton of Cracked Monocle East will be hitting up game stores in his area and Mars Con in January. If he gets any other events, we'll be sure to announce them!
Then, the first convention that the new Cracked Monocle in Texas plans to hit up is ChupacabraCon. This local Austin con focuses heavily on roleplaying games, creativity, and new ideas. I love it dearly. I love it so much, in fact, that I volunteered to be their Media Coordinator.
(So if you hadn't heard about it until now, it's because I was doing a poor job. But you've heard about it now, so I'm doing a good job once again!)
I'm sorry that we won't get a chance to play together for a while, but I hope you enjoy everything that Tephra is able to offer in the upcoming months. We're excited to release all this new material, and we hope that your home games benefit greatly from it!
Cheers & Gears,
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Tiran Kin on July 21, 2015 12:19
Admirable focus. Do right by your team, your game, your fans, and yourself, and what else is there to worry about?
I can attest that at least five people are playing Tephra at home; I only have one small adventure in your setting, but I’ve made two “full conversion mods” of the Clockwork System to adapt it to other settings, which has brought two worlds to life for a playerbase who never fails to be excited for a game.
This exchange actually occurred:
Me: “So, would y’all be up for Tephra tonight? I’ve been looking forward to the boss battle!”
Player: “Oh, no, I almost forgot… There’s a boss fight…”
(a few seconds pass)
Player: “Oh, right! This is Tephra! Combat is actually fun!”
Cheering you on,