Every full price paying guest will also receive a complimentary Adventurer's Backpack. (We want everyone who attends FIGHTING FANTASY FESTto feel like a VIP.)
So what's in this Adventurer's Backpack? What, you mean apart from a collectible convention programme, Tin Man Games app download code, a poster and the bag itself (which is sure to become a collector's item in its own right)? How about a limited edition metal miniature of Zagor, the Warlock of Firetop Mountain himself? How about a Pax Britannia novel by Yours Truly? And how about a Fighting Fantasy gamebook? Not only that, but if you're one of the first 100 people to buy a ticket for FIGHTING FANTASY FESTthat gamebook will be none other than the much sought after, limited edition hardback of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, including a solution and map, and a host of other fascinating snippets of information. And as if that wasn't enough to tempt you, everyone who buys a ticket for FIGHTING FANTASY FESTwill be entered into a draw to win the chance to have their name appear in a forthcoming Fighting Fantasy app from Tin Man Games. Aside from the Adventurer's Backpack, and the money-can't-buy prize on offer, we also have all of the following planned for Sunday 7 September 2014:
Arion Games will be running sessions of the Advanced Fighting Fantasy RPG
Tin Man Games and Inkle Studios will be talking about their app adaptations of Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks and Steve Jackson's Sorcery! epic
Panels and talks
An exhibition of rare Fighting Fantasy memorabilia
A Fighting Fantasy auction
Among the items being auctioned at FIGHTING FANTASY FESTwill be two swords, currently owned by Ian Livingstone, made to promote the Deathtrap Dungeon video game, and seen here in the hands of the Warlocks of Firetop Mountain.