|John Francis Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco Bay Area South & West aka JohnF|
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Lau Bannenberg wrote:
You can't really schedule a 6-slot module at a convention, at that point some of those people are basically playing a homegame for the whole Con and waving to people passing their table.
We can, and do, schedule multi-day modules at our conventions.It gives people who live in areas where they don't have enough local players to run a module (especially one that will require many game nights to run - not everybody can commit to attending every weekly game night for two or three months) a chance to play them. It has proved to be very popular - we have no difficulty filling a table if we put it on the schedule.
We also schedule one-day modules, although many of these are the older 32-page modules. We've done this at all our major local conventions for longer than I've been playing PFS. Originally we used to have "Module Sunday" (with the multi-table special on Saturday night), but that's more complicated now we have multiple campaigns wanting to run multi-table specials. This last year we've experimented with running single-day modules on Friday, which seemed to be well received.