Welcome to Red River RPG Con 2!
The Red River RPG Con is your home for all things RPG. Old School/New School, it's all good. Some examples are Dungeons and Dragons (any edition), Pathfinder, Dungeon Crawl Classics (DCC), X-Crawl, Star Wars RPG, Starfinder, HarnMaster, Gamma World, Call of Cthulhu, and on and on. We are happy for you to run any game as obscure as you like, just remember, you need to be able to find around 6 players that want to play that game.
This year's dates are 26-28 Apr 2019.
Registration is now open, it closes 15 Mar @ midnight!. Game Registration opens the next day 16 Mar @ 9 am!
You can buy badges, make donations, purchase a sponsorship. A badge purchase is required to get tickets. Tickets are what get you into the game, there is no extra charge for tickets/seats in games.
If you'd like to run a game, game submission ARE NOW OPEN. Time slots are Fri 1-5, & 6-10. Sat 9-1, 2-6, & 7-11. Sun 9-1 & 2-6.
Special Guests are Jonathan Thompson (Battlefield Press) Richard LeBlanc (New Big Dragon) and Ben Burns (New Comet Games).
Badges cost $50 for the entire three day weekend or $20 for single day. If discounts are available, they'll pop up when you check out.
Tee shirts (and more!) available at T-Shirts by TheLongCon | TeePublic
Please contact us if there are any questions.
Let's get our game on!
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