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Looking back at FGC’s Founder’s Day Weekend 2019

During our Fantasy Grounds College’s Founder’s Day Weekend event, we had over 30 games for players to sign up for a seat. We covered the gamut with games in D&D5e, Pathfinder, Adventurer’s League, Savage Worlds, Starfinder and Star Trek Adventures. Many of our games were homebrew one-shots, but a couple of people ran small sets from Princes of the Apocalypse, Ghosts of Salt Marsh, Stranger Things and Lost Mine of Phandelver. One thing you can definitely say. Our game rooms were filled to the max. At one point on Saturday, we had all five of our FDF Game rooms were full and we had to extend into our Gaming Basement.

Some of our games were streamed, but many were not. I heard from several different people that said, “I wish every weekend could be Founder’s Day Weekend.” Everyone had a great time. Not only did we have full rooms most of the day, we also welcomed our 5000th member to our Discord. Welcome to “veryshanetoday” for being this milestone member. Below, you will find a gallery of screenshots from our many different games. Hope you enjoy them. “Star Trek Adventures: FGC Founder’s Day Weekend One Shot” – Talen “Stranger Things” Twitch Stream on Youtube – Founder Laerun “Wilderlands Jumpstart” (Savage Worlds) – RPG Clyde

On Sunday, July 28, Rob2e, Founder Laerun and LadyShel hosted “All Things Fantasy Grounds,” where we talked about FGC, and our Founder’s Day Weekend and all the events that went along with it. During the “All Things Fantasy Grounds” show, prizes were given out. And I mean prizes!!! Overall, over $1500 in prizes were awarded to the viewers in the live chat stream. There were also some pre-chosen winners who were winners as being DMs that posted games or players that played in the various games that we had over the weekend.

We’d like to thank all our members for making this a truly memorable “Founder’s Day Weekend,” and we hope that next year’s event will be even better! — FGC Staff

We at Fantasy Grounds College are fans of the Fantasy Grounds program, and advocate its use in playing D&D and other RPGs online. We are not affiliated or officially endorsed by SmiteWorks USA LLC or Fantasy Grounds.


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