Preregistration pickup Thurs Nov 21 8-9pm - Onsite Registration opens Fri Nov 22 at 8am
U-Con Gaming Convention November 22-24, 2019, Ypsilanti, Michigan
Role Playing, Card Games, Board Games, Miniatures, LARPs, Specialty Tracks, Exhibitors' Hall, Auction, and much more!

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Friday

9p

7671 The Tragedy of Othello, GM: John Brussolo, 6 players, No XP/Average, Friday 9p-11p. In The Tragedy of Othello, you and your opponents are actors auditioning for the lead role of the villainous Iago, trying to impress the casting director with your ability to embody Iago’s treachery and deceit! You will play script cards from the cast of characters to gain points as you advance Shakespeare’s script, and play staging cards to disrupt the play of your rivals. Also play mind, character and spotlight tokens to strategically improve your position. When you control the lead character in each act, your opportunities to gain points increase. You will want to control Iago as much as possible in Acts I–IV. Then control Othello in Act V, so you can strike the final tragic blow! Alas, opportunities exist to steal points, so take heed! Opponents playing the other characters may try to upstage you. The actor who accumulates the most points at the end of Act V wins the game by stealing the spotlight and landing the role of Iago! No knowledge of Shakespeare or The Tragedy of Othello required to play. For a preview of the rules, please visit us at www.nodramagames.com. Ballroom Table 422. $2.00

Saturday

10p

7617 The Tragedy of Othello, GM: John Brussolo, 6 players, No XP/Average, Saturday 10p-12a. In The Tragedy of Othello, you and your opponents are actors auditioning for the lead role of the villainous Iago, trying to impress the casting director with your ability to embody Iago’s treachery and deceit! You will play script cards from the cast of characters to gain points as you advance Shakespeare’s script, and play staging cards to disrupt the play of your rivals. Also play mind, character and spotlight tokens to strategically improve your position. When you control the lead character in each act, your opportunities to gain points increase. You will want to control Iago as much as possible in Acts I–IV. Then control Othello in Act V, so you can strike the final tragic blow! Alas, opportunities exist to steal points, so take heed! Opponents playing the other characters may try to upstage you. The actor who accumulates the most points at the end of Act V wins the game by stealing the spotlight and landing the role of Iago! No knowledge of Shakespeare or The Tragedy of Othello required to play. For a preview of the rules, please visit us at www.nodramagames.com. Ballroom Table 218. $2.00

Sunday

2p

7672 The Tragedy of Othello, GM: John Brussolo, 6 players, No XP/Average, Sunday 2p-4p. In The Tragedy of Othello, you and your opponents are actors auditioning for the lead role of the villainous Iago, trying to impress the casting director with your ability to embody Iago’s treachery and deceit! You will play script cards from the cast of characters to gain points as you advance Shakespeare’s script, and play staging cards to disrupt the play of your rivals. Also play mind, character and spotlight tokens to strategically improve your position. When you control the lead character in each act, your opportunities to gain points increase. You will want to control Iago as much as possible in Acts I–IV. Then control Othello in Act V, so you can strike the final tragic blow! Alas, opportunities exist to steal points, so take heed! Opponents playing the other characters may try to upstage you. The actor who accumulates the most points at the end of Act V wins the game by stealing the spotlight and landing the role of Iago! No knowledge of Shakespeare or The Tragedy of Othello required to play. For a preview of the rules, please visit us at www.nodramagames.com. Ballroom Table 414. $2.00