Behind the Screens – Happy GenCon!

Happy first day of GenCon 2017!

Tens of thousands of attendees travel from all over the world and decent upon the fabled city of Indianapolis for a four-day revel of games, games, and more games.

Soon, the Know Direction feed will be filled with news and updates directly from the showroom floor.

But I thought I would take this opportunity to remember all those who aren’t able to make the journey this year. Some of us couldn’t get off work and are stuck in Boston…


Roll some dice for the rest of us!


I can’t share any pictures from the show because I’m not there. But instead, have a picture of Diamond City, the stalwart green sentinel of the north. The chance of Super Mutant attack today is low.

Anthony Li

Anthony Li has been pretending to be someone or something else for about as long as he can remember, which some people might consider a problem. He cut his teeth on 2nd Edition AD&D when he was 14 years old and his only regret is that he didn’t start rolling dice sooner. Due to an unhealthy addiction to Magic: the Gathering he missed the entire cultural phenomenon that was the 3.X era of D&D. After a brief stint with 4E, he was dragged kicking and screaming into the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game where he has since acclimated, adapted, and thrived. Most of his roleplaying experience has been behind in the GM screen where he has trained his dice to confirm crits on command. He always roots for the bad guys.