Calling all Eclipse Phase players and supporters—we need your help!
If you have ever game mastered an Eclipse Phase game you may be able to help us out. We have three major events coming up where we’d like the help of our GMs.
First we need GMs for Gen Con (August 4-7, Indianapolis, Indiana). This means that if you are going to Gen Con and would be interested in helping us out by running games please email Brian Cross, who’s coordinating our convention presence, at email@example.com as soon as possible. For Gen Con we have already committed to running 20 games, a significant increase over last year. And Gen Con is really a place where we’d like to show off Eclipse Phase and provide an excellent experience for people who are new to the game.
GMs who sign up to help us out at Gen Con will be compensated by both Gen Con (see the official site for details) and Posthuman Studios willadditionally compensate our GMs with either PS+ products or cash payment at a rate dependent upon the number of games run.
Actual Play Contest
Next we want to hear about your actual play of Eclipse Phase for our blog. To that end we will be running a contest. Send us your accounts of your campaigns and the major player characters in 2000 words or less. We will review all of the entries and post the top four entries on the website which will then be voted upon by you, the community. All entries must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight August 1, 2011. The winner will receive a fabulous prize (TBD!) and will also get their campaign and characters written in to an upcoming Eclipse Phase book.
Finally we want to know if you are running any of your own games at Origins, Gen Con, PAX or any other cons please let us know so that we can make an announcement here on the website and through our other venues. While we can only run a small number of games ourselves, we want to support other GMs running our games as well!
If you have any questions please contact Brian Cross at email@example.com, via the site's message system, or leave comment in this blog post.