February 2, 2021
FnordCon 3 will happen on April 10 and 11, with guests, seminars, dealers, and more! This will be a virtual event, held on our Steve Jackson Games Discord server (links will go live on April 9).
On April 10, you'll hear from Steve Jackson and other SJ Games staff members, talking about what we're working on and eager to answer your questions. We also are proud to present our Guests of Honor:
David L. Pulver is a Canadian freelance game designer and editor. He's the author or co-author of over 80 books published by Steve Jackson Games, Gaming Ballistic, Night Owl Workshop, Mongoose, Guardians of Order, R. Talsorian, TSR, and other companies, including more than 40 GURPS books such as GURPS Fourth Edition Basic Set, Transhuman Space, the Spaceships series, Mass Combat, Abydos, Psi-Tech, Vehicles, Technomancer, and Reign of Steel.
Recently, he's contributed nine books for the reborn TFT: The Fantasy Trip line including Ardonirane: City of the Thorsz, Red Crypt, Vampire Hunter Belladonna, Dark Lord's Doom, and Dragon Hunt. Other notable works include numerous Traveller books, many anime inspired games (notably the Big Eyes, Small Mouth line), and several OSR projects such as Tower of the Moon. He regularly contributes to gaming magazines, including Hexagram.
Lar deSouza, beard advocate, noted hat enthusiast and Internet Uncle, is really good at sitting. He sits like a champ. And when he sits, he draws. Like, a LOT. For the past 19 years, Lar has been pulling double duty as the cartoonist for the 2008 Shuster Award winning online comic "Looking For Group" (LFG.co) and the comic "Least I Could Do" (LICD.com).
Lar has also been the recipient of the Prix Aurora Award for Artistic Achievement in Canadian Science Fiction (2006, 2008) and numerous other awards for caricature and cartooning.You can see his work for Steve Jackson Games in the Super Munchkin Guest Artist Edition, the Munchkin CCG, and Illuminati 2nd Edition.
More information about our schedule will be posted in mid-February. If you'd like to see examples of what we have done in the past, the schedule for the virtual edition of Fnordcon 2.3 can be found here.
Games will be played on April 11, with Tabletopia hosting games, and RPG events to be announced.
We hope to see you there - attending safely from your own home!
– Steve Jackson