Fall IN! Convention 2019? There’s an app for that!

Yes, Virginia, there is a Guidebook for Fall IN! 2019 at the Valley Forge Casino Resort center. Please click on the graphic below to get a copy for yourself. Actually, just click here: Guidebook has been in use by HMGS since 2011 and is our convention on site mobile app. You can download your copy at the URL below the picture. We have an unlimited license this year so help yourselves! Tell your friends! Share it to everybody! Functionally there have been no big changes to Guidebook since HISTORICON 2019 in the way Guidebook works. So in the interests of time, I suggest you look at the Historicon Guidebook post for 2019 if you are curious about Guidebook functionality. For all you stalwart Guidebook veterans, this all old hat, I know. Show Specifics: Please upload as many photos as you like to Guidebook. You can share photos during the show.Please use the SIGN IN function, but remember this doesn’t mean you are registering or getting a show tic

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Mad Maximillian 1934: I should have sparred!

As I have mentioned in this journal, I signed up to run a Mad Maximillian 1934 game at COLD WARS 2019. F: 183: 19 – JUNKWAFFEL: A Mad Maximillian 1934 Adventure – Theme Friday, 7:00 PM, 3 hrs, Players: 10, BF86 GM: Walt O’Hara Sponsor: none – Prize: none Period: Pulp – Scale: 28mm – Rules: Mad Maximillian Return to the world of fragile deadly jalopies armed with instruments of peril! Everyone KNOWS about the Apocalypse, right? The one that took place back in 1934? Junkwaffel takes place in a world that has already suffered collapse, sometime directly after WWI. Players pilottheir armed motorcycles, buggies, jalopies and junkers through a war-torn landscape, full of traps, ambushes and the greatest danger of all, the other players. Rules easy to teach, glad to have youngsters from about 13 up, younger must have a parent in attendance. I was planning on this game being a reprise of the race I ran at ScrumCon 19.   There’s an old saying that goes something like “Yo

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