Apologies for the tardiness of this post. I had some severe internet issues today. In any case, here we are with more.
It's tough not to love what Inkwell Ideas offers. I grabbed a set of Dungeonmorph Cards today, and they are all sorts of awesome. The Dungeonmorph Dice that they had demo copies of were pretty sharp, too:
They also offered a free map as swag:
I also got a preview of the One Ring RPG. Interesting system for modeling the effects of fatigue, which is pretty key through Tolkien character journeys. It's a pretty good-looking slipcase set, with plans to expand the world not unlike the Fantasy Flight Rogue Trader/Deathwatch/Etc. model:
It's impossible not to love the level of detail from both Dwarven Forge (resin, first photo), and Fat Dragon Games (cardstock, second photo):
Here's Palladium Books. Kevin Siembieda is signing for a fan here:
I took this at the Privateer Press booth before it opened. Super-cool display:
This is like a quarter of Mayfair's demo space. They rock the demos like none other:
Steve Jackson Games had this gumball-type machine. Put in four quarters and get a limited-edition Munchkin figure! Talk about popular! (And yes, that is a brain in a jar next to it. You could totally touch it).
That's it for now. I hope my internet woes clear up tomorrow, otherwise it might be a late update!