Looking to find out more about when and where Rudicon is?
If you are looking to learn more about where Rudicon is and when it is hosted, click here!
Are you ambitious enough to run your own event at Rudicon? Looking to learn more about how to run an event? Click here to be taken to a page describing all of this.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Rudicon is a ways away, but we've got event registration up early this year!
If you would like to run an event at Rudicon 2015, please go to the Event tab up top. Click on "Register" and fill out the form! Once your event is approved, we'll put it on the Rudicon calendar, and it will be listed in the convention book given to every attendee!
If you need to cancel or change your event, please email us at email@example.com and we'll do what we can to help!
Don't wait too long to register your event; once we're a month or so away from Rudicon, we can't guarantee your event will make it into the convention book... ;_;
As always, thanks for supporting Rudicon, and spread the word!
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
If you would like to run an event at Rudicon, then please go to the Event tab at the top of the page and click the Register link. Your events will appear on the calendar once we've approved them, and will be featured in the convention book that we will be giving out to all the attendees.
If you need to make any changes to an event after submitting it, then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do what we can to fix the issue.
P.S. We will allow people to submit events at any time up until the convention, but we can only guarantee the events will appear in the con book if you submit your event by Friday, Feb. 7th. After that, we will do what we can to include your event, but we unfortunately cannot make any guarantees.
Thank you very much for supporting Rudicon, and like always, spread the word!
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Friday, Feb. 14 - Sunday, Feb. 16
Friday, Feb. 14: 5:00pm - 12:00pm
Saturday, Feb. 15: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday, Feb. 16: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Current Planned Events
Magic: The Gathering Drafts, Standard and Legacy Tournaments
Board Game Showcases
And, of course, the Pentathalon!
If you would like to run an event at Rudicon this year, our registration system will be up within the week. We will make an announcement once it's been updated.
If you would like to volunteer on the Rudicon staff, then please join us for our weekly meetings. We will not be meeting during winter break, but we will be meeting the first three weeks of spring semester leading up to the convention. If you do not wish to be part of the planning stages, then you can also volunteer on the staff for the convention. And yes, this will count towards your comp learning hours!
Last year was a great success, and this year is only looking up, so please join us at RWAG's Rudicon 2014!
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Each player begins with one badge, and takes a badge from each player they assassinate. When a player loses their last badge, they are out of the game. Assassinations are completed by getting a masking tape X on the target. Full rules are available at the registration desk.
At the end of the weekend, the player with the most badges is the winner. There can be only one Assassin!
A short summary of rules include:
Tape will be provided. If you wish to use your own tape, you must have it sanctioned at the registration desk.
You cannot be seen by your target when attempting to make an assassination.
You must display your badges on your person at all times on your right shoulder or sleeve.
All disputes will be settled by our Assassin judge.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
The Artist Alley is a group of self-employed artists, craftsmen/women and hobbyists who enjoy selling their work at conventions. Some of these things include jewelry, chain mail, key chains, buttons, stickers, written works and commissioned artwork of anything from portraits to full character information sheets. All the prices, products and profits are managed independently.
Here are some examples!
First, we recommend you watch this video detailing Rudicon from the GameBreak podcast!
For the Magic: The Gathering multitournament event during Rudicon, we have added an additional event and moved the events on Saturday. The Cube draft will be starting at 10:00 am on Saturday and there is now a Box Draft at 2:00 pm. In a Box Draft, a box of magic cards is emptied onto a table and players have only a couple minutes to grab cards they want to use. This event is similar to the Cube Draft in that you do not keep the cards you draft and also qualifies you for the Oldies Draft. The entrance fee is $5, but the event is also covered by the $25 qualifier fee. The Rochester draft is also pushed until 6:00pm.
For Pentathalon contestants: The team limit is now down to three! The roleplaying game event no longer requires the entire team's participation.
I hope everyone is excited for Rudicon!