I hope those of you not attending PAX and Dragon*Con are still finding a way to nerd up your weekend. Me? Tonight I’m getting together with some friends to read aloud William Shakespeare’s Star Wars, by Ian Doescher. If you haven’t read it yet, I urge you to get on it. It is just as much fun as a Shakespearean version of Star Wars sounds (and if it doesn’t sound fun…we can’t ever be friends). Read it yourself, but definitely get together with some friends and ham it up. You won’t be sorry.
Tomorrow I’m running a session of Pathfinder Society Organized Play over at The Adventurer’s Guild, kicking-off Season Five of PFS. Named “The Year of the Demon”, the season’s plot takes the Pathfinders to The Worldwound, and the never-ending battle between the forces of Law and Chaos, Good and Evil. Sounds like a party! I can’t wait to see where the scenarios take the Society this season; there is a chance for some exceptionally awful/exciting/wonderful things to happen. And the Pathfinders get to be in the thick of it!
Sunday and Monday…? We’ll see. I have some writing to do and a week of work to get ready for. But I’m sure I’ll find a way to slip in something nerdy to do. Maybe I’ll re-watch The Gamers: Hands of Fate. If you haven’t seen it, you can catch the whole thing on Youtube for free until September 1. After that, I highly recommend grabbing the DVD or digital download. It is a funny and touching movie, made by gaming nerds like us, for us.
See you all next week, and have good game!