Inspire Confidence – Helping the gaming industry, IsolaCon

At this time you are all aware that there is a pandemic that has closed down all non-essential business. However, that doesn’t shut down those individuals who are part of those industries, including game creators. There are a lot of people in need right now and as single individuals we can only do so much, but as a community we can band together to try to help our own. As such, Marlowe House Games, Know Direction, Four Horsemen Games, Cypher Unlimited, and many others (we’re still compiling the list, so please do not feel left out if I didn’t name your business here, I am just not certain who is on the list at this moment) are going to broadcast a charitable fundraiser for RPG Creators Relief Fund on April 18th and 19th. 100% of the proceeds will go to the charity. We are still in the planning stages of this rapidly developing event.

Please follow and share our Facebook page – IsolaCon – we’re hoping to raise enough money to provide our game creators with enough money to help them get through this uncertain time. We will need volunteers to run events, which you can submit to We’re hoping to have a wide variety of games for people to watch and participate in. We will have a Pathfinder 2e run by Steve Helt, Paizo 2013 RPG Superstar and Famine from Four Horsemen Games. We have lined up celebrity player games. There are things going on I don’t even know about! πŸ™‚

We hope that you will join us and help those who create the gaming materials we all use to help build a stronger gaming community.

Stay healthy.

Monica Marlowe

Monica Marlowe is the 2015 Paizo RPG Superstar. Winning the contest launched her freelance game designing career. Her winning adventure, "Down the Blighted Path" and PFS scenario "Captive in Crystal" are available through Paizo. She’s publishing additional gaming materials under Marlowe House and through 3rd party publishers. Monica is also active in the ongoing education in gender, sexual, and racial equality in the gaming community. Driven by a desire to see a more diverse gaming community, Monica has joined the Know Direction network to help and encourage all gamers, veteran and new, to find their voices. Monica lives in southwest Ohio with her husband, Andrew, and 2 children, Kate and Thomas.

1 Comment

  1. Emma

    Is the information about the con going to be up on a website other than facebook? I do not have an account, and without an a facebook account the facebook page is hard to read/access. Thanks!