Local Atlanta LARP Forest of Doors
returns to Dragon*Con again this year with not one, but two
unique demo games!
A multi-genre live action roleplaying game, Forest of Doors has been running one, two and three-day events in the Atlanta area since 2006. This year marks the fifth time Forest of Doors will be bringing its particular brand of interactive gaming to Dragon*Con, and we are running two demo games set in the Forest of Doors game world. Each game will take place in a specific setting, independent of the other, and players may participate in one or both games during the convention.
Players may create characters from one of eight different homeworlds: everything from the Dickensian, steampunk realm of Goblin City, to the fantasy 1001 Arabian Nights
world of the Desert of Brass, to the whimsical fairies of the Enchanted Glade--and many more!
Please visit the Forest of Doors booth in the gaming concourse area to register for either game, or for more information.
The Goblin Market
Date and Time: Saturday, September 4th at 7:00 PM
The Goblin Warrens, a bustling settlement founded by expatriates from the subterranean steampunk realm of Goblin City, is holding its High Market Day. Part festival, part trade show, and dedicated to commerce and the emergence of new technology, High Market Day is the high point of the year for many Goblins. Players are guests from other worlds or settlements, who have been invited to share in the festivities and present new discoveries of their own. The Warrens can be a dangerous place however, and political scheming, gang warfare and industrial espionage lurk around every corner. Even the most innocent visitor might be caught up in the struggle.
The Gallery of Forgotten Delights
Date and Time: Sunday, September 5th at 7:00 PM
The civilization of Oun once flourished in the Forest of Doors, producing untold wonders of technomagical ingenuity. Ten thousand years after its demise, the Merchant Prince, a survivor of this once great people, has invited the residents of the Forest of Doors to meet in the ruins of an Ounish gallery to celebrate the cultural achievements of his now-extinct nation. This is the Merchant Prince's first fete in nearly three years, and it promises to be a spectacle of remarkable delights.