UK Games Expo. Two of them have been written about on this blog previously, while a third could be a new run out for a scenario, unless I get a chance to play test it first in May at some point.
At the time of writing there is still one vacancy left for Project Prospero, my Delta Green game. This involves a scratch team of agents dispatched to a Caribbean island in the path of a massive hurricane. Their mission is to find out what is going on at a covert research facility on the island, destroy it, and make it look as if the storm was responsible. As they get into their helicopter, they only have a vague idea of what awaits them.
The game happens in real time - i.e. the agents have approximately four hours to get in and out of the research facility before the storm hits. This will probably be the last time I run this adventure, after which I will likely post it with full DG stats this site. It has already had an outing at Dragonmeet in 2015.
The following games are also now fully booked up: one is the final outing for Looking For Lucy, an adventure that began life as a starter for a Deadlands Noir campaign, but which I'll be running using Trail of Cthulhu this time.
The other is the first outing at a con of Fuel Stop, my Achtung Cthulhu scenario involving the crew of a stricken B29 bomber trying to make it back from a raid on Japan in 1945. I may run this at Free RPG Day this year, if I get my act together in time.
As I say, both these games are now fully booked up. If you are going to be at Games Expo and want to play Delta Green there is one seat left at that table. I hope to see you there.