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If you're a gamer, ex-military, active military, or just feel like supporting the troops, or gamers, or whatever... you should read this:

Reality Check Games is accepting donations of gaming supplies to send to Ziggurat Con.

What is Ziggurat Con? It's the first gamer convention ever held in a war zone (Iraq.) The convention is being put on by and for OUR troops and they need our help getting stuff together to be used. 

We (RCG) have put out a large box for people to donate any gaming supplies they might no longer want (or new materials too.) Things they need include:   RPG books, such as D&D, Shadowrun, XCrawl, etc.  They also need dice, mechanical pencils, magic the gathering decks and boosters, plastic miniatures, etc...  Even traditional board games and card games would be appreciated.

Ziggurat Con is June 9, so in order to get stuff there on time, we need to act quickly.  The website for Ziggurat Con is: http://www.gamegrene.com/node/790

I realize most of the folks who read this blog don't live anywhere near Reality Check Games. That's ok, you certainly don't need to go through us to participate.  Visit the website above, send them an email, send them a care package. Just do it and do it soon. It takes about 8-10 days for stuff to get there from here. Posted on Tuesday, May 22, 2007 9:46 AM General Interest | Back to top


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I can't believe this. Three years ago the thought of anything with "Con" on the end of it made me nauseous. now you've actually got me talked into contributing ;-)

Well done buddy, and good for you for helping out with this. I'll see you this weekend and I'll certainly do my part.
Left by Bill on May 22, 2007 10:52 AM

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