SoonerCon 27 Tentative Gaming Schedule

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7th Sea 2nd Edition

Saturday: 10AM- 2PM

Sunday: 10AM-2PM

7th Sea 2nd Edition

7th Sea is a tabletop roleplaying game of swashbuckling and intrigue, exploration and adventure, taking place on the continent of Théah, a land of magic and mystery inspired by our own Europe.

Players take on the roles of heroes thrown into global conspiracies and sinister plots, exploring ancient ruins of a race long vanished and protecting the rightful kings and queens of Théah from murderous villains. It is a world of sharp blades and sharp wits, where a cutting retort can be just as deadly as a sword’s point.

Since its release in 1999, 7th Sea has brought thousands of fans into the world of Théah—a place similar to our own Europe in the year 1668. John Wick Presents is proud to bring 7th Sea back to your gaming table.

Arena Rex

Friday, 6PM-10PM

Gladiator Combat in a Mythic Age

Rome, 1253 AUC: This is not the world you know. The Republic and the Empire thrive. Arenas dot the landscape. Warriors from lands both known and unknown perform upon the sands for the chance at freedom, riches, and eternal glory. Many choose this life, some are condemned to it — they will face men, beasts, and creatures of myth, all for the favor of the crowd.

Arena Rex is a game of gladiatorial combat.  Battles of 3 to 6 combatants per side are recommended, and take approximately 30 to 40 minutes to play. Simple, intuitive rules offer myriad tactical possibilities.  Maneuver and arena terrain play key roles in the game along with a fatigue-based activation system that twists a traditional round structure in new and exciting ways.

Arena Rex is a miniatures line that features high quality 35mm gladiators, and encompasses not just classic styles, but much of the ancient world.  Gladiators train together in ludi; the classic styles of Ludus Magnus compete with more exotic fighters from farther afield.  Anachronisms are present and intentional — the ability to combine the best aspects of disparate things is just as important as unity of purpose, and this is reflected in Arena Rex not just aesthetically, but mechanically.  Players can choose gladiators freely, whether for their look, their playstyle, or because of unique benefits and synergies within a given ludus.

Artemis: Spaceship Bridge Simulator

Days/Times: Friday 7-11pm, Saturday 7-11pm

Description: Artemis: Spaceship Bridge Simulator is a multiplayer co-operative spaceship simulation game created by Thomas Robertson for Windows, iOS, and Android devices. The game is designed for between 3 to 6 players per bridge, with each player using a separate computer that provides a different spaceship bridge station, such as helm control or engineering. We will have two bridges for head-to-head and cooperative games. (Computers provided.)


Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Times: 10am – Midnight


Battletech at Soonercon 2017 Schedule and Event Descriptions

Battletech Boot Camp:
Battletech Bootcamp is an introductory game. Perfect for new players, even those without miniature or tabletop experience.
This demonstration is an hour long event that will introduce players to the Battletech universe and the tabletop game. The first 40 minutes or so of the event walks you through this information and the first few turns of the game, then you play the rest of the hour out while GMs are available to help and answer questions. This is the ideal starting point for new players to both Battletech or even the hobby of tabletop/miniature type games. Once you have completed this event players are encouraged to keep learning by playing in the Battletech Grinder. This event teaches you the current full rules of Battletech found in the rulebook Total Warfare. All supplies will be provided.
Friday June 23, 2018 –  10am – 10pm
Saturday June 24, 2018 –   10am – 10pm
Sunday June 25, 2018 – 10am – 4pmBattletech Grinder:
Battletech Grinder is a progressive free-for-all Battlemech combat, designed to transition players from the introductory scenario to the full scope and technology of the Battletech Total Warfare Core rule set.
Players begin with a light Battlemech, equipped with the most basic weapons.  When that unit is destroyed in combat, the player re-enters the Grinder with a more powerful Battlemech equipped with more advanced weapons and new equipment, and this continues until the player commands the most advanced and deadly units in the game.   Players can play as long as they wish, leave, and return during the scheduled event listing if they wish due to the continuous nature of the Grinder. Grinder can accommodate from 2 to 14 players. All materials are provided.
Friday June 23, 2018 –  10am – 10pm
Saturday June 24, 2018 –   10am – 10pm
Sunday June 25, 2018 – 10am – 4pm

Special Events: Friday June 23, 2018
Alpha Strike Skirmishes:

Alpha Strike is a new, fast-playing form of the BattleTech game of futuristic, armored combat. Developed for the modern tabletop miniatures wargamer, Alpha Strike brings players the ability to wage war using the Quick-Strike game system first devised for truly large-scale play, re-scaled to the tactical level of classic BattleTech.

Friday June 23, 2018 –   10am –  2pm

Alpha Strike Skirmishes:

Alpha Strike is a new, fast-playing form of the BattleTech game of futuristic, armored combat. Developed for the modern tabletop miniatures wargamer, Alpha Strike brings players the ability to wage war using the Quick-Strike game system first devised for truly large-scale play, re-scaled to the tactical level of classic BattleTech.

Saturday June 24, 2018 –   2pm – 7pm

Battletech Boot Camp

Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Description: Learn how to play Battletech.

D&D Adventurers League: Fai Chen's Fantastical Faire

Days: All Weekend

Times: All Weekend

Description: Coming Soon.

D&D Adventurers League

Days: All Weekend

Times: All Weekend

Description: Coming Soon.

D&D Adventurers League Epic Event

Days: Saturday

Times: 6pm-Midnight

Visit the D&D Adventurers League Epic Event page for advanced registration and info.

The Cults of Elemental Evil brought incredible destruction down on the city of Mulmaster. In its hour of need, Mulmaster received aid from an unlikely source- the Mageocracy of Thay, ruled by the lich Szazz Tam. With Mulmaster moving ever closer to Thay’s orbit and strife brewing within the Factions for action, the hour is ripe for conflict. A four-hour Epic adventure for characters level 1-20. The results of this single run event at Origins will change the campaign forever.


Dresden Seasons of Winter

Days: Friday

Times: 6pm-Midnight


Winter will not relinquish its hold on the seasons and the White Council of Wizards is hosting talks to convince the Winter Court of the Fey to allow the seasons to change.  Standing guard at the doors of the conference to keep out uninvited parties are Wardens of the White Council, each a powerful wizard, capable of unleashing terrible elemental energies on any who oppose them.  But this is a diplomatic conference.  Can the Wardens keep the peace without starting a war?

Heavy Gear: Blitz

Friday: 2PM-12AM

Saturday: 10AM-2PM

Sunday: 2PM-4PM

Heavy Gear Blitz: Heavy Gear Blitz is a miniatures wargame set in the award-winning Heavy Gear universe. In Heavy Gear Blitz players take command of detachments of Heavy Gears (light, piloted humanoid mecha) with support from tanks, infantry and other resources to take objectives and smash the enemy.

Miniatures Paint & Take

Days/Times: Saturday 11am-6pm

Description: Paint miniatures and take them with you!

Muggle Quidditch

Days/Times: Saturday 12PM-1PM & Sunday Morning 11AM-12PM

Players run (fly) around with pool noodles or other padded objects (brooms) and attempt to win a game of Quidditch.

Visit the outdoor gaming page for rules.

NERF Shooting Range

Days/Times: Saturday and Sunday, 10AM- 2pm

Description: Test your foam-flinging skills at the outdoor NERF Shooting Range!



Saturday: 11am-Noon
Sunday: Noon-1pm

We host one of the largest Nerf Wars in Oklahoma. Bring your own blaster and darts or pick them up from our charity fundraiser.

Visit the outdoor gaming page for rules.

OK Board Gaming Community

Friday: 7PM-11AM

Saturday: 2PM-10PM

Sunday: 10AM-4PM

Description: The Oklahoma Board Gaming Community are a group of professional gamemasters that bring a library of games with them to teach those who are interested in a game from their library.

Open Gaming

Friday: 2PM-6Pm, Saturday: 12PM

Saturday: 10AM-6PM

Join some super cool guys as they bring their libraries of board games where you pick a game and they will teach you.

Pathfinder Society


Friday: 11AM-4PM, 5pm-9pm

Saturday: 11AM-4PM, 5pm-9pm

Sunday: 11AM-3PM

Description: The Pathfinder Society is a globe-spanning organization based out of Absalom, the world’s largest city. The membership consists primarily of Pathfinders, adventurers who travel throughout Golarion—usually inconspicuously—and explore, delve, and otherwise experience the lesser-seen parts of the world. They send journals documenting their travels back to their venture-captain, who also assigns them new missions and suggests new places to explore. The most exciting and illuminating of these journals are compiled in the Pathfinder Chronicles, an ongoing series of books which collect the history and mystery of Golarion for their membership.

Seven Wonders

Saturday: 3PM-6PM

You are the leader of one of the 7 great cities of the Ancient World. Gather resources, develop commercial routes, and affirm your military supremacy. Build your city and erect an architectural wonder which will transcend future times.

7 Wonders lasts three ages. In each age, players receive seven cards from a particular deck, choose one of those cards, then pass the remainder to an adjacent player. Players reveal their cards simultaneously, paying resources if needed or collecting resources or interacting with other players in various ways. (Players have individual boards with special powers on which to organize their cards, and the boards are double-sided). Each player then chooses another card from the deck they were passed, and the process repeats until players have six cards in play from that age. After three ages, the game ends.

In essence, 7 Wonders is a card development game. Some cards have immediate effects, while others provide bonuses or upgrades later in the game. Some cards provide discounts on future purchases. Some provide military strength to overpower your neighbors and others give nothing but victory points. Each card is played immediately after being drafted, so you’ll know which cards your neighbor is receiving and how his choices might affect what you’ve already built up. Cards are passed left-right-left over the three ages, so you need to keep an eye on the neighbors in both directions.

Though the box of earlier editions is listed as being for 3–7 players, there is an official 2-player variant included in the instructions.

Red Room (Open Gaming)

Saturday: 6PM-12AM in the Cain Room.

Description: Join one of our gaming Co-chairs and his gamemasters as they bring the co-chairs library of games for you to choose and them to teach.


Warlord Miniatures Test of Honor

Saturday: 10AM-6PM


Test of Honour is a skirmish wargame played with roughly 5-20 models on each side. Players select their force before each game based around a samurai hero along with one or two loyal samurai companions and a variety of clan soldiers.

Battles are swift and bloody as players alternate acting with one of their warriors – moving and fighting to achieve the objective of the scenario, whether that be cutting down the enemy, defending an outpost or finding and protecting a spy.

As you play through the scenarios your samurai will use new skills, and perhaps even take the shameful path of deceit and trickery to gain victory – such choices are the ultimate test of honour.


Sunday: 2PM-4PM

X-Com – The Board Game adaptation of the best-selling computer strategy game! A cooperative game with four players take on different roles to defeat the Alien Menace!

Adventure Maximum

friday: 7PM-12AM


The role playing game system returns after twenty-two year hiatus. First published in 1992, Adventure Maximum is a universal game system designed to amp up your enjoyment at the gaming table with exciting rules second to none. With over twenty-five years of playtesting under its belt, the new Core Rules, authored by the original designer Dennis McDonald, will be published soon in paperback form. Packed full of rules for character creation, skills, multiple types of combat, weapons and equipment, magic, and psionics this is the one book you need to take your gaming to the next level. What is even more amazing is that the whole system runs on a single D10! Play in any time era from primitive to far future. The Core Rules will teach you the basics to run exciting adventures to keep your players coming back for more.

X-Wing Miniatures

Friday: 10AM-2PM

Sunday: 10AM-2PM

Control the most advanced starfighters and outstanding pilots in the galaxy! In X-Wing Miniatures Game, you take the role of squad leader and command a group of merciless Imperial or daring Rebel pilots in furious ship-to-ship space combat.

Featuring stunningly detailed and painted miniatures, X-Wingrecreates exciting Star Wars space battles from small engagements of only a couple of craft to large conflicts where multiple squadrons clash. Select and equip your ships, pick your crew, plan your attack, and complete your mission.


All Weekend we will have Retro Pie Arcade games

Twilight Imperium- 4th Edition

Friday: 5PM-Midnight

For two decades, Twilight Imperium has thrilled gamers with its grand storytelling and tactical strategy. Now players can explore the next step in the Twilight Imperium legacy with Twilight Imperium Fourth Edition, an epic game of galactic conquest for three to six players. Each player takes command of one of seventeen unique civilizations to compete for interstellar supremacy through warfare, trade, uncertain allegiances, and political dominance. Every faction offers a completely different play experience, from the wormhole-hopping Ghosts of Creuss to the Emirates of Hacan, the masters of trade. All of these races have many paths to victory, but only one will sit upon the throne of Mecatol Rex as the new masters of the galaxy.

  • Create your own galactic space opera with a massive game featuring over 1, 000 components
  • With seventeen different races and a random board setup, no game is ever the same twice
  • Innovative game systems create strategic decisions every turn

James Kerr TANKS!!!

Friday: 10AM-2PM

Saturday: 10AM-2PM

Welcome to command training, this boot camp is specially formulated to help hone your command abilities and get youself ready for the fight. During the next few weeks of your training you will get to know your Tanks as well as you know yourself.


Friday: 5pm-9pm

Sunday: 11AM-4pm

Strap in and blast off! The Starfinder Roleplaying Game puts you in the role of a bold science-fantasy explorer, investigating the mysteries of a weird and magical universe as part of a starship crew. Will you delve for lost artifacts in the ruins of alien temples? Strap on rune-enhanced armor and a laser rifle to battle undead empires in fleets of bone ships, or defend colonists from a swarm of ravenous monsters? Maybe you’ll hack into the mainframe of a god-run corporation, or search the stars for clues to the secret history of the universe or brand new planets to explore. Whether you’re making first contact with new cultures on uncharted worlds or fighting to survive in the neon-lit back alleys of Absalom Station, you and your team will need all your wits, combat skill, and magic to make it through. But most of all, you’ll need each other.

Firefly Board Game

Saturday: 3PM-6PM

Players begin with a ship, and travel from planet to planet, hiring crew, purchasing ship upgrades, and picking up cargo to deliver (jobs) all in the form of cards. Some crew and cargo are illegal, and can be confiscated if your ship is boarded by an alliance vessel. Travelling from planet to planet requires turning over “full burn” cards, one for each space moved. Most do nothing, but you can also encounter an Alliance ship, have a breakdown, or even run into Reavers. Completing jobs gets you cash. First player to complete the story goals wins.

In Firefly: The Game – based on the popular Firefly television series created by Joss Whedon – players captain their own Firefly-class transport ship, traveling the ‘Verse with a handpicked crew of fighters, mechanics and other travelers. As a captain desperate for work, players are compelled to take on any job — so long as it pays. Double-dealing employers, heavy-handed Alliance patrols, and marauding Reavers are all in a day’s work for a ship’s captain at the edge of the ‘Verse. Firefly: The Game is a high-end thematic tabletop boardgame from Gale Force Nine (GF9) and the first in a series of tabletop hobby board games and miniatures games from GF9 set in the Firefly Universe.


Friday: 11AM-3PM


Dungeon Crawl Classics

Saturday: 2PM-5PM

A Level 1 Adventure

High above the windswept moors and darksome woods, the village of Hirot is under siege. Each night, as the sun sinks beneath the western mountains and the candles burn low, a devil-beast stalks the village streets, unleashing its savage fury on the living. From warlord to pauper, crone to child, no one is safe.

Defeating the immortal hound will require more than mere blades or even spells. To slay the beast, the characters must delve into the mysteries of the land and its Savage Kings. Only then, armed with relics forged from a bloody past, can the most cunning and courageous of adventurers challenge the hound of Hirot!

Also, we have Mutant Crawl Classics Hive of the Overmind:

Product Description

A level 0 adventure for Mutant Crawl Classics RPG!

Friday: 10AM-7PM

Younglings on their Rite of Passage are shocked to regain consciousness with no memory of how they came to be in a gigantic insect hive far to the north of their homelands, laboring as drone-slaves of the savage ant-men. In a land where an “insect revolution” has taken place, the PCs must contend with insectoid mega fauna and a maze-like underground installation before facing the ominous Overmind: a building-sized insect queen cybernetically linked to an ancient chaotic AI.

Oklahoma Retro Gamers Competitive Dream Phone

Saturday: 10PM-12-AM

“One of 24 incredible boys really likes you. Now you just have to find out who by calling his friends for clues!” ☎️

With tabletop gaming rooms at conventions around the nation experiencing a renaissance of sorts, it is no surprise that one of the most notorious classic games is back in the spotlight. Ranked alongside greats such as Dungeons and Dragons, Magic the Gathering, Axis and Allies, Risk, and Mousetrap — Electronic Dream Phone is in the throes of full resurgence. Competitive tournament play heating up from coast to coast. The crew of SUPER! BitCon, always with an ear to the ground for trends on the cusp of going mainstream, has stepped up to ensure a robust Electronic Dream Phone presence is felt in the gaming room at SoonerCon 27. Join us Saturday, June 23rd at 10PM in the SoonerCon game room for Electronic Dream Phone competitive play. Space is limited, cocktails encouraged for those 21+. Location subject to change due to space/table constraints, check with game room staff for exact location.


To begin the game press the New Game button on the phone and place it in the tray in the center of the gameboard. Give each player one Speakerphone, Share A Secret and Mom Says Hang Up! card and place any extras back into the game box. Shuffle the photo cards and deal three faceup to each player. Place the rest of the photo cards facedown into the draw section of the tray.

A player’s turn consists of four steps:

1. Pick one of your photos cards that you want to call.
2. Call the number printed on the card.
3. Eliminate potential secret admirers based on the information gained from the boy you called.
4. Discard the photo card that you called and draw a new card from the draw pile. If you draw the card of a boy that you have already called, place that card at the bottom of the draw pile and draw a new card.
Each time a player calls one of the boys, they will get information about what does not pertain to the secret admirer. Some of the boys won’t give you any relevant information.

_Call Boy in Dream Phone_
When a player calls a boy they should mark it off on their clue sheet so they don’t call the same boy another time. The type of clue that a boy will give you is dependent on where their name is located on the clue sheet.

_Clue Sheet in Dream Phone_
After receiving a clue from one of the boys you need to cross off the boys that the clue eliminated. Players look at the gameboard for information about each boy to determine which can be eliminated. Each boy is represented on the gameboard by the silhouette that their picture is underneath. Relevant information for that boy is colored in on the picture so anything that is in black are not relevant clues.

_Relevant Clues in Dream Phone_
Occasionally you will receive a call from your friend that will tell you one of the boys that are not your secret admirer. When these calls come all of the players mark them down on their clue sheets. If the friend says it is not Bob though she could be lying since Bob is her ex-boyfriend.

Each player gets three special cards at the beginning of the game that gives you a special ability. A player must play their card after a player has announced who they are going to call but before they begin calling them. The first card played in front of the current player is the card that is used and any other cards that a player wanted to play are returned to them.

The speakerphone card forces the current player to put the phone on speakerphone which means that all of the players will hear the clue given by that boy. When a speakerphone card is played the player must press the speaker button (0 button) before dialing the rest of the number. Once the card has been played it is removed from the game.
The Share A Secret card forces the current player to share the clue with the player who played the card. The boy is called like normal but the phone is held so both the current player and the player who played the card gets to hear the clue. After the card is played it goes to the player who had to share the clue so they can use it on a future turn.

The Mom Says Hang Up card is used as a card to make the current player lose their turn. This card can be played at any time and makes the current player unable to call a boy or make a guess of the secret admirer. Once the card has been played, it is removed from the game.

_Winning the Game_
When a player thinks that they know who the secret admirer is, they can make a guess. Before revealing who they are guessing, they need to allow other players to play their Mom Says Hang Up cards. If no one plays one of the cards, the player reveals their guess to the other players. The card corresponding to the guess is found. If the card is owned by another player, that player draws a new card to replace the card that is taken. To make a guess the player presses the guess button (# button) and then dials the boy’s number. If the player guessed right, that player wins the game. If they guessed incorrectly, the game continues like normal with the player who made the incorrect guess still in the game.


Star Trek RPG

Saturday: 2pm-5pm

Starfleet needs a new crew…and it can be you. Star Fleet Adventures, using Modiphius’ critically acclaimed 2d20 system, is the latest Star Trek system and possibly the best.


Join the crewof the USS Bellerophon as she journeys tbrough Klingon space on her way to her new assignment at Station 364, otherwise known as Natendra station, to explore the Shackleton exspanse. Just a simple cruise through space…or is it.

Flames of War

Friday: 2PM-5PM

Saturday: 2PM-5PM


Flames of War is a World War II tabletop game where you use armies represented by painted miniature tanks, soldiers, artillery, and aircraft against another similar opponent’s force.

To begin all you need is the Flames of War book/rules and a starting force of miniatures depending on what type of army you want to collect.

The game uses 15mm scale (around 1:100) miniatures, allowing miniatures from other manufacturers to be used. The game aspires to provide a good balance between playability and simulation and has a typical game running under 2 hours.

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