The MU Skulls are a group of like minded
people with a desire to run entertaining and
creative roleplaying games. We specialize in
horror roleplaying but very much enjoy a
wide variety of games.
Adepticon 2016                
The MU Skulls are a group of like minded
people with a desire to run entertaining and
creative roleplaying games. We specialize in
horror roleplaying but very much enjoy a
wide variety of games.
Back to Adepticon in 2016 baby! This time for
the whole thing!

This was about the best overall game con
experience I've ever had. Whaaaaaaat? Yep. The
convention is not just well run but the people are
totally cool fully engaged gamers that want you to
come back so they go waaayy out of their way to
help you out.

First off, in honor of the MU Skulls with their
charter RPG presentation at Adepticon they
created this badge design! Amazing design and
I'm humbled that they thought of us.
Now check out the room
situation! Remember those
noisy Gen Con rooms?
GONE!

The programming guy said
he knew how noise could be
a hassle so he made sure we
had our OWN ROOM!

This is pretty far from the
dilapidated hallways of
Bucks stadium in Milwaukee!
It was the booziest convention I've been to.
Kind of like back in the 80s when people
drank cheap scotch out of wineskins at the
table and their breath actually got better.

Now technology has brought us pedal
powered beer trikes with miniatures in the
back that are free with a purchase!
Who wouldn't want to start their
gaming day with a Tequila Sunrise!?
Meanwhile, I was playing in this
game.....
My rolling was less than ideal
so I let these girls roll for me
and of course they were much
better and they won me this
shirt!
Here's an very nice Hoth
setup that ran all weekend.

You can see the dealer's
area in the background.

Fantasy Flight was running
demos of Rebellion and I
got to try it out. Pretty fun.
There is some detail to the
rules so it's not a good fit
for casual gamers. But if
you're reading this that
doesn't apply to you!
Not totally sure what's
going on here. They
might be giants....
This tall ships game setup looked great but I never saw anyone playing it. It must be a weird schedule or terrible rules.
I loved Adepticon! The staff were great and the players we had for our
RPGs were fun people to hang out with. We had good feedback about
running RPGs there and look to expand our games for next year!