• Elizabeth Moon
  • Lubov
  • Rachel Caine
  • Selina Rosen
  • Peter Pixie

Rolling the Hard Six

SoonerCon Intersections: Rolling the Hard Six

Join us for a day of tabletop, card and handheld gaming.

Gaming related give-aways throughout the day. Free random heroclix figure with every admission.

Participants under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

Event sponsored by Catalyst Game Labs, Game HQ and Little Shoppe of Games.

Admission Price: $5

Discounted Memberships for SoonerCon 22 will be available on site.

Date: Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

Time: 9am-5pm

Location: OCCC College Union Rooms 1&2
7777 South May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK

Schedule of Events

Games Times
Battletech: Last Stand on Jaguar Prime 10am-4:30pm
Castles and Crusades 9am-Noon
Descent TBA
Dresden Files RPG 11am-2pm
Heroclix Tournament
How to Play Heroclix
Magic the Gathering TCG Tournament 10am-1pm
Pathfinder Noon-5pm
Pokemon DS Battles & Trading 9am-5pm
Ticket to Ride 9am-Noon
Miniatures Painting Demo 9am-4:30pm
Open RPG Play 9am-4:30pm
Open TCG Play 9am-4:30pm

Description of Games

Battletech: Last Stand on Jaguar Prime

On March 5th 3060, the inner Sphere forces landed on the Smoke Jaguar homeworld of Huntress with one goal, eliminate the warmaking capability of the Smoke Jaguars.

By March 19th Khan Lilcoln Osis had issued the clan's order, eradicate all inner sphere forces and retake the planet.

With no reinforcements coming both sides are down to a bloody chaotic battle, who will live to fight again, and who will fade into memory?

Castles and Crusades

Castles & Crusades is a role-playing game published by Troll Lord Games in 2004. It was conceived as a reimagining of classic Dungeons & Dragons using streamlined mechanics from third edition Dungeons & Dragons. The game uses many of the d20 System mechanics, but eliminates skills and feats and expands the number of character classes to 13. Another feature is the reversion of some rules to the original versions seen in original Dungeons & Dragons (often referred to as "OD&D") or first edition Advanced Dungeons and Dragons (AD&D).


Descent: Journeys in the Dark is a 2 to 5 player high fantasy Dungeon crawling board game published by Fantasy Flight Games in 2005. Descent was designed and produced by Kevin Wilson. The game is not related to the video game Descent, but rather is based on an improved version of the mechanics of FFG's licensed Doom: The Boardgame. In Descent, players take the roles of adventurers who delve into underground complexes in search of treasure (the so-called "dungeon crawl"). One player takes the role of the Overlord, who controls the enemies and plays cards to hinder the hero players. Descent differs from other games in the genre in that the Overlord player's goal is to win by exhausting the other players of victory points, rather than merely to facilitate play. The Overlord's resources are limited by the rules of the game, which require him to hoard and expend "threat" points, which are generated in response to the hero players' actions, in order to hamper the other players and to bring out additional monsters to defeat them. This mechanism is very much reminiscent of The Lord of the Rings when playing with the Sauron optional expansion.

Dresden Files RPG

This will be an introduction to the Dresden Files universe and the rules for
the RPG.

There will be a LARP using the same rules offsite starting at 6pm. You can email the GMs with specific questions and details here: [email protected].

Find out more about the Dresden Files RPG in general go here: http://www.dresdenfilesrpg.com/setting/.


Heroclix is a tabletop strategy game. Use your favorite superheroes and villians from the Marvel and DC universes to battle for supremacy. Rule specifics can be found here: http://heroclix.com/downloads/heroclix-rules/#axzz24DGiDZ7C

Tournament Format:

Golden Age Rules & Restrictions

700 points per round

7 Actions per Turn

50 Minute Rounds

Additional Rules: Colossal characters and the infinity Gauntlet may not be used in this event.

Prizes: 1st Place: Famine (2011 Convention Exclusive), 2nd Place: Wolverine (GG #103), Fellowship Prize: Spider-Man (GG#104)

How to Play Heroclix

This is an introduction to the rules of heroclix, the popular turn based strategy game. Use your favorite superheroes and villians from the Marvel and DC universes to battle for supremacy. Rule specifics can be found here: http://heroclix.com/downloads/heroclix-rules/#axzz24DGiDZ7C

Magic the Gathering TCG Tournament

Magic: The Gathering (MTG; also known as Magic) is the first collectible card game, created by Richard Garfield and introduced in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast. Magic continues to thrive, with approximately twelve million players as of 2011.[1] Magic can be played by two or more players each using a deck of printed cards or a deck of virtual cards through the Internet-based Magic: The Gathering Online or third-party programs.

Tournament Format:


Prizes: TBA


Pathfinder is a D20 RPG very similar to D&D 3.5.
found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pathfinder_Roleplaying_Game

Pokemon DS Battles & Trading

Bring your DS and your favorite Pokemon! This is your chance to trade with new people, battle your favorites and maybe even draw some stuff in pictochat.

The skill level and tiers of battles will be determined by participants. Most players play with pokemon at level 50 so raise a few beforehand. For more information on tiers go here: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Tier.

Ticket to Ride

Ticket to Ride is a railway-themed German-style board game designed by Alan R. Moon and published in 2004 by Days of Wonder.

We will have all the board and card expansions for attendees to play. If you are a fan of the original, but don't know if you want the other expansions, this is your chance to find out.

Komodo Media, Rogie King / CC BY-SA 3.0