I'm creating a thread for all of the potential GMs to post in. For those just dropping in, you can find the original thread here:viewtopic.php?f=20&t=3294&st=0&sk=t&sd=a
All of the tickets sold out, so at the very least we'll be running 5 tables. Based on the response in the other thread though, we'll need as many GMs as we can muster (if we wind up with a smaller turnout than expected, some of the GMs can just join other tables).
I'd like to get a list of event descriptions (and edition) that each GM is willing to run.
I mentioned this in the other thread, but homebrew adventures are just as welcome as DCCs. If you'd like to run a DCC, just make sure that it will fit in a 4 hour time slot. Adventures that come to mind are: Iron Crypt of the Heretics (my group finished this in 5, so I think this qualifies), Legends are Made Not Born, and The Sinister Secret of Whiterock. I'll have my adventure finished sometime in July, so anyone interested is welcome to run that as well (I'll have pregens, and plan to print out some E-sized plots of Dundjinni maps).
From the other thread, the potential GM pool consists of: myself, Warduke, Hamakto & Celtar, TheDM, Harley Stroh, Wyrm (and maybe Aeltrin) and Stile De Mornay.
Anyone else that wanders into this thread is welcome to offer help as well.
Alright, with that being said, let's hear about what everyone would like to run!
I'll start:Title:Lair of the Mud Witch 4E
Game System: Dungeons and Dragons 4E
Description: High summer is a miserable time to venture into the Gren March swamps. After days of travel in the March, your skin is now pock-marked with red circles from bites and the stings of marsh flies. Your face is lined with dirt trails from sweating profusely, and your hair has taken a damp, matted look. Your adventuring clothes are wet from your own perspiration and reek of sulfur. Deep in the muck and mire of the March lies the Mud Witch, a strange oracle who might be as likely to kill you as give you her prophesies. Even still, you have braved the Gren March in search of the Mud Witch and her telling