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36 Hours of Ultimate Werewolf at Kublacon

It is tradition at Kublacon that the night (and early morning) belongs to Ultimate Werewolf.  This year Werewolves Players of SF Bay Area was invited to host 36 hours of non-stop killing.

Kublacon is the West Coast's largest gaming convention featuring board games,  RPGs, LARPs, CCGs, miniatures, seminars, board game flea-markets, vendor halls, new game demos, and all things games.  It is in Burlingame by SFO airport over Memorial Day Weekend (1pm Fri - 5pm Mon).  The 4-day pass is $60. 

We have 2 board rooms, with a village of 12-15 in each room, so hosts will be looking for others to help moderate.

• Fri 6pm-midnight (family friendly, host: Everett Tishler)

• Fri midnight-6am (adults only, host: Aaron Newman)

• Sat 6pm-midnight (family friendly, host: Jess McCartney)

• Sat midnight-6am (adults only, host: Aaron Newman)

• Sun 6pm-midnight (family friendly, host: Rob Lopez)

• Sun midnight-6am (adults only, host: Aaron Newman)

People come and go throughout the night, since the hotel is filled with people are up all night playing other board games. You will see many familiar faces and see many new ones.  Come join us!

The organizers at Kublacon want to make sure everyone has a good time, so they were excited to hear our guidelines and are adopting them as official rules for the event:

• No insults, condescending remarks, or calling a players choices “stupid”. Find other ways to persuade. 

• Please don't kill anyone's good time by telling them how they should have played differently at the end of the game (unless they request feedback).    

• Be aware if you are regularly interrupting people or dominating the conversation. Make sure everyone has equal time to speak and be heard if they want it, and no one gets ignored.

• It’s good to be silly, but try not to be obnoxious or make the game stall.  

• Try not to talk near a game in progress if you are not playing.  Even a few people talking quietly can be distracting.

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  • Bezier Games, Inc.

    Bezier Games, Inc. is the publisher of Ultimate Werewolf & One Night UW

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