SoonerCon 28 Tabletop Gaming Schedule

Your SoonerCon Membership grants full access to all of the games listed on this page at no additional cost.

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Tabletop Games Library

All weekend.

The Oklahoma Board Game Society is providing a massive game library for open play tabletop gaming. Whether you want to sit down and play one of your favorites or try something new, the Oklahoma Board Game Society has you covered. Gamemasters will be available throughout the weekend to teach you the rules, so swing by and learn something new!

Available games include:

Ticket to Ride, Splendor, Catan, Kingdomino, Sagrada, Qwirkle, Blokus, Sushi Go!, Coloretto, Codenames, Modern Art, Tsuro, Machi Koro, Love Letter, Pyramid Poker, Tummple!, Chameleon, 6 Nimmt, King of Tokyo, Evolution, Civilizations, Timeline, and much more…

Battletech: Boot Camp

Friday: 2pm-10pm
Saturday: 10am-10pm
Sunday: 10am-4pm

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.

Battletech: Grinder

Friday: 2:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-10:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm

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-enter the Grinder with a more powerful Battlemech equipped with more advanced weapons and new equipment 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.

Battletech: Alpha Strike Skirmishes

Friday: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-2:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-2:00pm

Alpha Strike is a new, fast-playing form of the Battletech game of futuristic, armored combat. Developed for the modern tabletop miniatures war game, 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. Alpha Strike Skirmishes can accommodate from 2 to 10 players. All materials are provided.

Battletech Scenarios

Friday: 4:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday: 2:00pm-6:00pm, 6:00pm-10:00pm
Sunday: 2:00pm-4:00pm

This game will be played using the Total Warfare Rules set along with some option Tacops rules which will be discussed before the game. This event can accommodate from 2 to 10 players. All materials are provided.

CAV: “Dropping the Hammer! The Defense of Clavis IV”

Saturday: 7:00-11:00pm

When the Rach Empire crossed into Terran Federation territory and attacked several systems all along their shared border, the long-simmering resentment by the Rach of the armistice was let loose in a wave of death and destruction.

Led by the Fakk Tr’Khul (The Blood of Heros) Regiment, the Rach have landed on Clavis IV and begun their march to the planet’s capital city of Umbria. Standing in their way is the Terran’s 40th Legion, “The Heartbreakers” and the Castra Stativa (fortress) they defend. Unwilling to leave such a strong force to their rear, the Rach march to the attack!

Using the CAV: Strike Operations system, each two-plus hour event is for 2-6 players with some wargaming experience. Rules will be taught, and all materials are provided. Prizes will be awarded to all participants!

CAV: Strike Operations Basic Training

Friday: 7:00-11:00pm

“OK plebs listen up! My name is Centurion Slam Ferris — and it’s my job to teach you how to pilot a CAV without killing either one of us. Today’s simulation shows you the basics of CAV operation, so pay attention to the instructors and watch your six, its time to drop!
Drill instructors are available throughout the show to teach new pilots the basics needed to play CAV: Strike Operations. No experience is necessary for the 15-30 minute long demos for one or more players, and all materials are provided.
Certificates for completing basic training and prizes will be awarded to all participants!

CAV: Strike Operations Paint and Take!

Friday: 2:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-6:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm

New to miniature painting? Looking for a few painting tips? Want to check out the CAV: Strike Operations plastic miniatures from Talon Games? If you answered yes to any of those, then this is the event for you! Take a seat, grab a miniature, and start painting. What’s even better? When you are done, you keep the mini and take it home for FREE!

No experience needed and all painting supplies are provided.

Chameleon

Friday: 7-8pm, 10-11pm
(10 mins per game / 4 – 8 players)

This game is a part of the Friday Social Games with Loot & XP.

This social deduction game has players trying to figure out who among them is the Chameleon. A secret word is randomly chosen at the beginning of the round, and everyone takes turns saying one word that pertains to that, except of course the Chameleon who has to guess at what everyone is talking about! After everyone says a word, everyone debates who they think is the Chameleon, and if they’re right, they win! But if they guess wrong, the Chameleon wins that round! Then the roles shift, and it’s time to see who might be the new Chameleon!

Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers League

Dungeons & Dragons adventures will run all weekend during SoonerCon in the game room. These adventures will be tiers 1-4 for DDAL legal characters. If you are new to D&D Adventurers League, you can bring a level 1 Players Handbook+1 character or visit the D&D admin table to receive a pre-generated character.

Adventures will range from two to four hours. Visit the D&D admin table in the game room for the latest schedule and to sign up for a game.

The D&D Adventurers League is an ongoing official campaign for Dungeons & Dragons. It uses the fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons rules, and features the Forgotten Realms setting. Players use the fifth edition rules to create a character and bring that character to games anywhere D&D Adventurers League play is happening. Bring your DDAL character to play at SoonerCon or play one of the pre-generated characters provided. Players of all skill levels are welcome.

D&D Adventurers League Epic

Saturday: Mustering at 6:30pm. Starts at 7pm.

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

D&D Epics are exciting multi-table events where participants cooperate in a “mass raid” of truly EPIC proportions; as every table works toward the same goal, individual tables act as squads that might take on different tasks, possibly affecting other tables or unlocking side quests needed to progress the event.

D&D AL: Fai Chen’s Fantastical Faire

Open throughout the weekend.

Fai Chen’s Fantastical Faire is the D&D Adventures League trading post. At the Faire, players may trade magic items. Fai Chen’s inventory changes over time, and there is only so much that can fit in his cart and that his mule can pull. Be on the lookout for Fai Chen at the DDAL table in the Game Room of SoonerCon 28.

Dresden Files LARP

Friday: 7:00pm

Hippie Bus to Woodstock

The annual Dresden Files LARP is headed to the Woodstock Music and Art Fair, August 1969, aboard Professor Sheppard’s bus of peace, love, and music. But all is not peaceful as bus riders are dying and their bodies are crumbling to dust. Is it a government plot, corporate pollution, divine retribution, a supernatural killer, or just a bad acid trip? Join us in solving the mystery! And bring your friends as there seems to always be room on the bus.

Sparkle*Kitty

Saturday: 10:00am-2:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-2:00pm

Sparkle*Kitty is an adorably fun, social, and magical spell card game for all ages, sizes and genders. Once upon a time, a group of powerful princesses were captured and locked away in Cursed “No Cursing” towers by the evil queen Sparkle*Kitty! All their words and magic spells vanished and became sugar & spice… almost everything nice.

Luckily these are no ordinary princesses and you are no ordinary player! Take matters into your own hands and harness the simple and sweet words into special spell combinations to set yourself free! The first to escape, wins!

Shadowrun 5E

Friday: 2:00pm-6:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-2:00pm

Shadowrun 5E is a tabletop roleplaying game set at the nexus between cyberpunk dystopia and high fantasy. Players take the role of shadowrunners — deniable assets hired by megacorporations to do their dirty work. Many are outcasts, having risen from the streets or fallen from corporate or government ranks. Their ranks include idealists and pragmatists, professionals and amateurs, disillusioned ex-corp/government/military personnel who have thrown off the shackles of corp society to achieve freedom, and those who have never known any life outside the shadows. The one thing they have in common is that through necessity or by choice, they work in the shadows cast by the gigantic corporate buildings.

Magic: The Gathering Tournaments

Friday: 2pm-6pm, 7pm-11pm
Saturday: 10:30am-2:30pm, 2:30pm-6:00pm
Sunday: 11am-3pm

Check out the MtG tournaments page for event details.

Game HQ is partnering with us to bring you a great opportunity to enjoy the most popular TCG of all time — Magic: the Gathering.

Game HQ has generously donated prize support that will be distributed between 5 different FREE TO PLAY Magic Events.

Yes, you read that right. Once you have a membership to enjoy SoonerCon, you can play Magic events without paying any additional entry fees. Tournament size is limited, so please show up early for Magic: the Gathering events.

Miniature Painting: Paint and Take

All weekend.

Reaper Miniatures sponsors free Paint and Take in the SoonerCon game room. Take a seat, grab a blank miniature figure and brush, and begin painting. You can take your mini home with you for free!

Check out the Miniatures Painting page for more mini painting events.

Supplies provided by Reaper Miniatures and Game HQ.

Miniature Painting: Speed Painting Competition

Visit paint and take table in the game room for scheduled times.

In our Speed Paint Competition, competitors each have 45 minutes to complete a figure provided. How detailed can you get? Winners can move on to further competition with prizes awarded in the final event Saturday.

Check out the Miniatures Painting page for more mini painting events.

Supplies provided by Reaper Miniatures and Game HQ.

Miniature Painting: Sophie Says

Visit paint and take table in the game room for scheduled times.

With Sophie Says you have 45 minutes to paint a miniature, but you have to do it as “Sophie Says.” You may have to stand up or use only green or paint the figure of the person to your left. There’s no telling what Sophie might say!

Check out the Miniatures Painting page for more mini painting events.

Supplies provided by Reaper Miniatures and Game HQ.

Miniatures Painting Competition

Check out the Miniatures Painting page for contest details and more mini painting events.

Supplies provided by Reaper Miniatures and Game HQ.

Miniatures Painting: Workshops

Check out the Miniatures Painting page for details as they become available.

Supplies provided by Reaper Miniatures and Game HQ.

News at 11

Friday: 7-8pm, 10-11pm
(30 mins / 4 – 11 players)

This game is a part of the Friday Social Games with Loot & XP.

Less of a game and more of an excuse to show off your improv skills! News at 11 has players taking the roles of anchors, producers, and interviewees, as players use the cue cards they’re given to explain whatever topic they’ve been handed by the lead anchor. Better yet, you can customize the cue cards as you see fit for whatever topic you’re given! If you’re the type of player who doesn’t feel comfortable talking in front of others, you can be a producer and play your cards in the middle of other player’s segments to create a little bit of chaos for everyone. Over the course of the morning, afternoon, and evening segments, it’s going to be one crazy news day for this group of anchors!

Pathfinder Society

Dates and Times TBA.

Ravine

Friday: 7-8pm, 10-11pm
(20 mins / 3 – 6 players)

This game is a part of the Friday Social Games with Loot & XP.

If Lost became a cooperative survival card game that made a bit more sense, it might be Ravine! The players have survived a crash landing, and have to survive the next several nights until rescue arrives. Each round players must decide to risk their health to try to scavenge for food and supplies, to help hopefully survive the night phase where different hazards can cause players to lose those hard won supplies. When day comes back around, anyone with low health has to draw a madness card, which could be the downfall of the entire group! As long as one player survives for the rescue plane, everyone wins!

Secret Hitler

Friday: 7-8pm, 10-11pm
(20 mins / 5 – 10 players)

This game is a part of the Friday Social Games with Loot & XP.

In this game, you’re either a Liberal trying to get all the Liberal policies out, or a Fascist trying to do the same or also get Hitler elected Chancellor. Each turn, the Presidency switches to the next player who gets to pick who they want as their Chancellor, then everyone votes on if they think that’s a good team. After that, the President draws 3 policies and passes 2 to the Chancellor, and the Chancellor chooses one to enact. It sounds easy since the Liberals always outnumber the Fascists, but because there are more Fascists policies than Liberal ones, even a Liberal team might be stuck with all Fascist policies for their draw. No matter what side you’re on, it’s a hilarious time and you’ll want to go just one more round to see if your side will be the winning team this time!

Star Trek Adventures

Saturday: 1:00pm-5:00pm

A call for help from a science mission brings the crew of the USS Belleraphon into a dangerous situation.

Starfinder

Dates and Times TBA.

SUPER COMBO FIGHTERS!!!!!

Friday: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Saturday: 2:00pm-6:00pm
Sunday: 2:00pm-4:00pm

A fast paced fighting card game with the theme and feel of classic fighting video games! Pull off awesome combos and powerful special attacks! Mold your play style with a variety of techniques! Featuring a balanced combat system that’s easy to learn and hard to master! Hit hard, hit fast, and try not to end up facedown in the dirt!

TANKS/Gale Force 9

Saturday: 5:00pm-9:00pm

Two Rooms and a Boom

Friday: 8-10pm
(20 mins per game / 15 – 30 players)

This game is a part of the Friday Social Games with Loot & XP.

A fast paced fighting card game with the theme and feel of classic fighting video games! Pull off awesome combos and powerful special attacks! Mold your play style with a variety of techniques! Featuring a balanced combat system that’s easy to learn and hard to master! Hit hard, hit fast, and try not to end up facedown in the dirt!

Werewords

Friday: 7-8pm, 10-11pm
(10 mins / 4 – 10 players, does require a smartphone to download a free app)

This game is a part of the Friday Social Games with Loot & XP.

The company that did Werewolf is back with this game! The game starts with the mayor choosing a word from the app, and the werewolf and seer players each seeing what that word is. Then players have four minutes to figure out what that word is through yes and no questions, with the werewolf and seer hindering and helping players respectively. They have to be careful though, because if the players win, the werewolf has the chance to guess who the seer is and win the game for themselves, or if the word isn’t guessed, players can guess who the werewolf is and take the win for themselves if they guess correctly!

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