Organizing Regional Play

There are three kinds of regional play:

1. Convention & Game Days:

These are big events (some with entrance fees, some without) that are major draws for gamers. At these events, new New Port regional scenarios will debut. Anyone playing these new scenarios or playing “Core” Tales of the 13th Age Scenarios at these events will receive special certs for the occasion.

If you want to play at these events, sign up for the event as advertised; many of these events will be linked here from the Events calendar If you want to GM, you will need to participate in a special kind of session called a “Slot Zero” run by the Regional Coordinator or the author of the module prior to the convention. Contact the Regional Coordinator for more details.

Players playing a scenario at a convention or game day within three months of its release will help contribute to the regional storyline by their actions.

2. Public Tables

Regional scenarios will only be available for play for three months after their release through “public tables.” These are tables that are advertised to the larger community and not restricted to a small “home game” group. These events can be advertised on this site or another public discussion or sign-up site (such as warhorn.net, a Yahoo group or a Google group). Players playing a scenario at a public table within three months of its release will help contribute to the regional storyline by their actions.

3. Private Tables

After three months, anyone anywhere can request and run one of the New Port regional scenarios. Such play is valid for organized play—in other words, certs awarded at these tables are legitimate and can be used in New Port regional play. However, results of these will not affect the regional storyline.

The New Port region may elect to retire scenarios after 3-4 years; this will be determined later :-)

Organizing Regional Play

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