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Saturday, August 21
 

11:00am MST

My Little Pony: Tails of Equestria
Tails of Equestria allows you to create, name and play as your very own pony character to solve puzzles and explore dungeons, there may even be some dragons! Role playing is a very important part of growing up, learning empathy and using teamwork; Tails of Equestria in particular is about friendship and all of its elements, exploring new ideas and concepts in a safe environment where anything is possible. The wonderful thing about a role-playing game is that the story can be tailored and changed by the GM depending on the group they are playing with and the lessons that they may want to teach. For example: an adventure in which Fire Brand discovers a band of greedy diamond dogs who refuse to share may well teach the player a little something about why sharing is important!

“The ponies get ready for Nightmare Night, sorting out their costumes and collecting the foals they will be looking after for the evening. As the ponies trick or treat and play games during the celebrations, they discover some of the spooky hauntings are actually real! They need to stop several spirits scaring the locals and damaging property. If they make friends with the spirits they can gather clues about where they have come from.”

Speakers
KT

Katie Taito

MAP Boardgames


Saturday August 21, 2021 11:00am - 1:00pm MST
RPG 8
  Role-Playing Game, Kid Friendly
  • Minimum Players 2
  • Maximum Players 5
 
Sunday, August 22
 

11:00am MST

No Thank You Evil
No Thank You, Evil! is a storytelling RPG for kids as young as five years old. But it’s also great fun for the rest of family—adults included!—because the scalable rules adapt easily to the abilities of the player. A six-year-old might play, for example, a Princess. A eight-year-old might play a Super Smart Princess. A ten-year-old creates a Super Smart Princess who Experiments with Science. Each of these stages adds a level of sophistication to how the game is played—but all of these characters can play around the same table in the same game! After a game or two with the grown-ups, a twelve-year-old might even run games for the other kids!

The gameplay rules are easy to grasp for novice or young players, but nuanced and flexible enough for older kids and grown-ups to enjoy just as much.

Speakers
KT

Katie Taito

MAP Boardgames


Sunday August 22, 2021 11:00am - 1:00pm MST
RPG 8
  Role-Playing Game, Kid Friendly
  • Minimum Players 2
  • Maximum Players 4