CaesarCon is returning to Montpelier for the second year in a row.
CaesarCon is a three day gaming convention intended to bring people together for camaraderie and games. This year’s CaesarCon will be held from Friday, March 28 through Sunday, March 30 at the Ramada Conference Center in Montpelier,OH. There are 3 slots for games on Friday and Saturday, and 2 slots for games on Sunday.
Games scheduled for this year’s con include: Talisman, D20 Modern, The Resistance, Pathfinder, Call of Cthulhu, Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space, Mansions of Madness, Endless Terrors, The Legend of Drizzt/Lords of Waterdeep, Pokemon, and Pantheon. Other board and card games will also be available for play and plans have been made to play Pandemic and Cards Against Humanity as unscheduled events.
The first CaesarCon was held on March 14, 15, and 16, 2008, during the Ides of March (for which the convention was originally named) at a home in Edgerton. It was run as an actual game convention, with preregistration and set slots for games. The venue was the same in 2009 but the tiny convention moved to Fort Wayne in 2010 and 2011. While it remained a gathering of mostly friends, each year saw a few more faces at the tables. In 2012, CaesarCon moved back to Williams County, with the venue being a local business in the area. In 2013, the convention went completely public with anyone who wants to play games being welcomed.
Games previously played at various CaesarCon Conventions include Dungeons & Dragons, Call of Cthulhu, Ascension, Supernatural, Doctor Who: Adventures in time and Space, Star Wars SAGA Edition, Tabloid!, The Marvel © Deck Building Game, The Legend of Drizzt Board Game, Dominion! Deck Building Game, The Star Wars Role Playing Game, Pathfinder, The Castles of Burgundy, D20 Modern, Delta Green, Star Wars: X-Wing Minatures Game, Betrayal at House on the Hill, Bughunters, and Greyhawk Wars among others.
All Game Masters receive a discount on attending CaesarCon and are allowed into the convention for free on those days that they run a game.
More information can be found at www.caesarcon.com