Time keeps rolling on. And with that, the CMON Expo keeps getting closer and closer. But even with just one week left until the show starts (or really, by the time you read this, less than a week), that doesn't mean there's not plenty to still talk about for the show. There's Panels, there's Events, and there's another trio of Guests.
For Panels, you can come out and learn about how Wrath of Kings and Dark Age are doing and where they'll be headed with the next set of releases. You can also stop by and talk with Eric Lang about all the great games he's been working on, including Bloodborne and The Godfather. Or come find out about the new dungeon-crawler, Massive Darkness.
The Events Page also got a pretty major overhaul again. Though this time around, it was all additions, and some pretty exciting ones, too. Fans of Krosmaster Arena can participate in a Regional Qualifier. There's going to be painting classes with Teri Litorco, Jen Haley, and Dave Taylor. You can also watch some of the CMON Expo guests play Unusual Suspects (along with possibly becoming a Suspect, yourself!). One of the cool things that I'm sure people are going to want to do is that there'll be game sessions where you actually play with the game designer. Rum & Bones: Second Tide, Arcadia Quest: Inferno, and more will have the designer sitting down for a game with Expo attendees. If Fantasy Sports are more your speed, there'll be the first-ever CMON Expo Brew & Brawl Guild Ball tourney.
And then there's the three guests to talk about. One I've mentioned above, which is the always-cool Dave Taylor. There's also going to be Mauricio Vergendo from Yemaia. And last, but certainly not least, is Sean Murray. Sean's been an illustrator, concept artist, and teacher for many years now and he's worked with Dreamworks, Guillermo Del Toro, Wizards of the Coast, and many others.
It's shaping up to be quite a show. I know I can't wait for it to be here.