Calling all GMs! Event submissions are open for Dragonflight GameCon 39!
Now is a good time to register for the convention, and get your events set up in the system.
The earlier, the better! The sooner you get your events submitted for approval, the sooner we can work with you for any needs you might have regarding space, tables, prize support, or anything else. Last year we were forced to turn away some GMs in high demand time slots.
Both registration for the convention and event submission are up and running via Tabletop.Events. As with last year, you'll both buy tickets to the convention through this site, as well as sign up to host games or play games.
You'll need to create a login on Tabletop.Events, then pick Dragonflight 39 from the list of available conventions. Then click the "submit events" button, and you'll be directed to a simple form for submitting your event.
For any questions about hosting a game, please see our page on Event Host Info or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. ...
Dragonflight GameCon started in 1980 and is one of the longest running gaming conventions in the Pacific Northwest. This event gathers together more than 800 players and GMs to play in or run some 500 events spread over three days in August. Here is a list of what we offer:
Hi everyone. There is a convention planning meeting this Sunday, March 11th at 10:00 AM. The meeting is open to anyone who is interested in volunteering with Dragonflight. We have a number of open positions including convention staff and corporate staff.
The meeting will be held at the Metro Seattle Gamers clubhouse which is located at the Nickerson Marina, 1080 W Ewing Pl, Suite 200D, Seattle 98119.
This weekend is Daylight Savings so don’t forget to set your clocks ahead by an hour on Saturday night. Sorry. 😕 ...