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Friday, 27th July, 2012, 11:48 PM #1
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EN World's Piratecat to moderate WotC's Gen Con Keynote Address
Kevin Kulp, EN World's admin Piratecat, has been asked by Wizards of the Coast to DM.. err, facilitate their Gen Con keynote address on the future of Dungeons & Dragons. He'll be up on stage with Senior R&D Manager Mike Mearls and other panelists, asking questions and guiding the presentation.
Here's the keynote's description with the revised location.
Future of Dungeons & Dragons Keynote
Company: Wizards of the Coast
Description: This unprecedented look into the future of Dungeons & Dragons includes the evolution of the game, the re-birth of a fantasy setting and the next generation of art. Wizards of the Coast is proud to host the first-ever keynote address at Gen Con on Thursday, August 16th to share with D&D fans what’s in store for the game that has changed gaming forever. Speakers include President and CEO of Wizards Greg Leeds, Senior Manager for D&D Research and Design Mike Mearls and some of the greatest creative minds in the industry. The keynote begins at 7:00 PM in the Indiana Roof Ballroom, located at 140 W. Washington Street (note that this is a location change) and will be live-streamed at DungeonsandDragons.com/events.
While we're probably prejudiced, I think it's great that they want to represent the fan base enough that they asked us to help out. We're looking forward to this.
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