Your Adventure Awaits September 18, 2016 11:04 7 Comments


September is halfway over and autumn is just around the corner. There are only 23 days until GameExpo in San Antonio, Texas, and Cracked Monocle is attending!

GameExpo has it all: Board games, card games, video games, and Tabletop RPGs. Expect an adventurous weekend overflowing with fun shenanigans! How could this event get any better? How about the fact that Daniel, the creator of Tephra, has three games on the docket? That’s right, Daniel Burrow himself will be running three Tephra games during this event!


The Tombs of Dust
8 PM - 12 AM      
An ancient artifact, buried deep under the desert, is said to have miraculous powers. But does everyone have the truest of intentions? Find out in this adventure for Tephra: the Steampunk RPG!



Derailing the Gold Standard
10 AM - 2 PM      
Is it a train heist, a bank robbery, or a heroic adventure to put an end to a thug's reign of terror? Join us for a crazy ride through this introductory adventure to Tephra: the Steampunk RPG!



Capitalism Killed the Capitalist
10 AM - 2 PM
Overnight, the branch manager's daughter went missing, and he's willing to pay anything to get her back. But she's just one part of the puzzle. Join us for this introductory Tephra adventure!

GameExpo is one of our favorite conventions, and it does the San Antonio scene proud. The convention staff are accommodating, the volunteers are friendly, and the atmosphere is alive with imagination and excitement. So stop by and join us!

We will have our Tephra Playing Guide and expansions on sale at sweet convention prices. If you haven’t picked up a copy of our game for yourself, or you want to get one for your friend, this is a great opportunity. Gaming accessories and awesome rhombic dice crafted specifically for Tephra’s Clockwork System can also be purchased at our booth.

Thank you all for reading. Check out the convention website here for details on Daniel's games and other events going on. If you have any convention memories with us you’d like to share, feel free to comment below. Until next time, Cheers and Gears!