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–  Gen Con 2011  –

Gen Con is just three weeks away, so it's time for a special Lone Wolf convention newsletter! If you're heading to the show, drop by and see us at booth #1725 - if not, keep reading for more details about what we have planned for release at Gen Con.

Hero Lab Nominated For An ENnie Award

We're honored to have been nominated for the "Best Aid/Accessory" ENnie award this year! Voting is open to the public and runs from July 15th to July 24th, so be sure to go vote for your favorite products of the past year! You can find the full list of nominees here, and you'll be able to vote through the ENnies web site once voting begins.

Debuting at Gen Con

We'll have a bunch of cool stuff to show off in booth #1725 at Gen Con this year. Most importantly, we'll be publicly unveiling Realm Works, our new tool that facilitates campaign creation, evolution, and story development. Stop by our booth and see how Realm Works will let players and GMs accomplish more, spend less time on bookkeeping, and spend more time actually playing!

We also have a number of items for Hero Lab users. First, we'll be releasing the highly anticipated Shadowrun data package at the show. We're also working hard to add as much Ultimate Combat content as possible, with the Pathfinder Ultimate Combat package being officially released at GenCon. Finally, we'll be demoing the long-awaited and nearly finished Mac version of Hero Lab for anyone who stops by!

Gen Con Seminars

We're running four seminars at Gen Con this year, with information for new and experienced users alike. Check out the list here:

  • Friday, 1pm-2pm: Army Builder - What's New (Westin : Council): If you're not familiar with Army Builder, or you want a closer look at the cool stuff we added in the recent Army Builder 3.3 update, this seminar will have lots of useful information for you.
  • Friday, 4pm-5pm: Realm Works - A Closer Look (Westin : Chamber): An indepth walk-through of Lone Wolf Development's revolutionary new product for RPG world development and collaboration between players and GMs. Discover how you can leverage Realm Works for your own games and what we have planned for the product's future.
  • Saturday, 2pm-3pm: Hero Lab - A Closer Look (Westin : Chamber): An in-depth walk-through of Lone Wolf Development's ENnies Award winning character management tool for a wide range of RPGs. Discover how to harness Hero Lab's wealth of capabilities for your own games. NOTE: This seminar is for beginning users of Hero Lab - for advanced users interested in creating content, please check out the following seminar on Sunday as well / instead.
  • Sunday, 1pm-2pm: Hero Lab - Adding Your Own Content (Westin : Chamber): The Hero Lab character management tool provides extensive capabilities for adding your own custom material to existing game systems. This tutorial delves into how you can readily integrate your own content with official game content. NOTE: This seminar is for users of Hero Lab who are interested in adding content using the editor - beginners interested in a general Hero Lab walk through should check out the seminar on Saturday as well / instead.

Keep Up To Date With Lone Wolf

As a reminder, you can keep up to date with what we're doing by checking out the following links below. We're also working on some plans for contests and other ways to integrate Facebook and Twitter into our 2011 plans, so be sure to sign up!

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