In Observance of GM’s Day

GM's Day logoThe Escapist reminds us of March 4th’s relatively newfound significance: “Today is GM’s Day, when players pay homage to the gamemasters who work so hard to bring them excellent adventures at the game table.”

From everyone at Carnage, we want to wish a happy GM’s Day to anyone who’s ever thought to themselves, “Ya know, I should run something next year at Carnage.” A game convention is literally nothing without people willing to offer to teach and run games.

Every year, we’re humbled by the new heights our GMs attain in presenting their games. The exceptional terrain design and figure painting in the miniatures arenas. The role-playing adventures stocked with props, handouts and dice. The board game direct from the halls of Essen.

It’s the GMs who make Carnage an exceptionally rocking good time and for your endeavors, we are grateful.

Happy GM’s Day

GM’s Day has become an impromptu holiday in the tabletop gaming hobby. Coming from the command “march forth!”, March 4th is a day to say thanks to the GMs in your life. Whether they manage a sprawling role-playing campaign, craft scenarios for the local miniatures league or take the time to learn the rules to the latest board game so you don’t have to, there’s someone who takes on the role of a GM in your gaming life.

Carnage wouldn’t be Carnage without the GMs who take the time to provide the games conventioneers play. From everyone on the Carnage staff, you have our profound thanks and gratitude.

If you want to show some tangible appreciation to your GM, DriveThruRPG has taken the opportunity to hold a GM’s Day sale.