Ships of Renown is a way to play Age of Sigmar with ships at the NOVA Open and has been a popular feature within the grand narrative event since 2016. Each player controls a ship as well as a crew of models, trading or battling on the seas off the coast of Dawnland. Many players […]Read More Ships of Renown
We intended the Coalescence event to be free, and it is not a traditional tournament with prize support awarded to players for their individual achievements. We hope to help you create a day of fun events that build community and draw new players into the hobby. But we understand that some organizers may need to […]Read More Charging entry fees for your event
Today we feature another article from Brian about how to approach narrative event organizing, and, more specifically, how to communicate expectations to your players before an event. How do you know whether or not a narrative event will be successful? For NEOs running an event with new players, the question most often comes down to some […]Read More How to Talk to Your Players about Narrative
Why should you consider a formal way to register players for your event? For an event like Coalescence, or any independent event with online promotion, it’s possible some players beyond your gaming group may decide to drive an hour or more to attend. And without any kind of formal registration you may have many more […]Read More How to register players
In the wake of our success with Coalescence 2017, we look forward to future events in 2018 and beyond. Bearing that in mind, we would like to share some experiences of some Narrative Event Organizers. So for today’s post, we’ve asked NEO Jake Castro in Orlando, Florida to touch on the differences between planning an […]Read More Advice for first time NEOs
Finding a space is the most central task of planning for your event. The location where you run the games will determine how many players you can allow to register and if you need to charge an entry fee. If you already have a club space or a friendly local gaming store, the venue may […]Read More How to find space for your event
Why do we NEO? Many of the Narrative Event Organizers in the network talk about why they want to run narrative events as much as they play narrative games. Brian Orban has written an examination of his reasons why, and we wanted to share his article here. As we started updating the “How to NEO” […]Read More Why NEO?