The following is a generic schedule for the events that will occur at Texicon. It provides younwith an example of the Session time frames.
Currently we do not offer overnight gaming. Please note: Texicon considers a day to begin at 7am NOT at midnight.
To only look at the schedule for a specific game type, click on the link to the left for
that game type found under Event Schedule
As of 2013, Texicon schedules events based on a rotating schedule. This will allow attendees to have time to relax between games and to play
games in Open Gaming. Remember: any table that has a yellow table cloth is an open gaming table. If a GM or Magnate asks a gamer to leave
one of the tables in a gaming hall. This means that the table is needed for one of our scheduled events. If you are going to have a long game
at an open gaming table please make sure that it is not going to be needed before your game concludes, else you might find yourself having to
move your game to another location.
The tables that are in the hall are permanent open gaming tables. However, please share any table space that you are not using with other
gamers, especially since there are only a few open gaming tables.
The rotating schedule will also allow attendees to go to Seminars. To see if you want to go to one, click the Seminar link.
Finally, it will also allow attendees to go to the Lost Worlds Tournament that occurs in the RPG/ Board Game hall.
Sections are grouped by game type. The Tables are identified by their type for ease of use. RP=Role-Play, BG=Board Game, MN= Miniatures.
Tables are color coded. Role-Playing = Green Table Cloths, Board Games = Purple Table Cloths, Miniatures = Orange Table Cloths.
Thursday 6:00 pm - Sunday 6:00pm
Convention Dates: June 25-28, 2015
"Where the West Begins"
The Army actually suffered its worst defeat near the Ohio River at
the Battle of the Wabash, or St. Clair’s Defeat, a few years later in
1791, when it was only slightly larger. Under the command of Maj.
Gen. Arthur St. Clair, the governor of the Northwest Territory, some
1,400 new conscripts and regular and militia Soldiers (hundreds
would desert) travelled west to confront members of the Western
Confederacy, a group formed by several Native American tribes for
dealing with the U.S., who had been raiding American settlements.
The Native Americans launched a surprise attack while the Soldiers
were eating breakfast on the morning of Nov. 4. Many members of
the militia fled without their weapons, while others hid beneath
wagons. Of the 920 Soldiers who went into battle that day, 632 were
killed and 264 were wounded. Only 24 escaped unscathed — a
casualty rate of 97.4 percent — but barely two decades later, the U.
S. Army was strong enough to fight a second war against Britain.
Traditionalist Lieutenant Colonel John
Malcolm Thorpe Fleming Churchill, or
‘Mad Jack’ as he was known, fought in
World War II using a longbow and
sword. Churchill – of no apparent
relation to his namesake – once
asserted that “any officer who goes
into action without his sword is