August: Recursion GC17 – Gen Con Weekend Demo Event

Gen Con is sold out, but adventure awaits you at Recursion GC17!

Worlds Numberless and Strange, Grzegorz Pedrycz

Can’t make it to Gen Con this year? Sad that you’ll miss out on the Cypher System adventures? Not to worry! We’ve got you covered – Recursion GC17 is a mere translation away. During Gen Con weekend, August 17th-20th, our Asset Team members will run events at friendly local gaming stores using the exact same adventures being run at Gen Con proper:

  • Cypher System: The Infinity Shift: Welcome to High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, AFB Gakona, Alaska. A boring place, until they turned on the machine. Good luck surviving the eternal shift at the center of spacetime.
  • Numenera: Escape from the Jade Colossus: The land shuddered. The moon eclipsed the sun. After the tremors subsided & the day crept back, an enormous prior world installation gleamed under the sun. It was the Jade Colossus.
  • Predation: The Cawdor Complex: In a complex deep in the Cretaceous jungle, a man claims to have solved the time-travel problem that’s kept humans stuck in the past for decades. Factions form. Which side are you on?
  • The Strange: Mad Professor’s Gambit: The characters are caught up in a feud between two cross-recursion masterminds—alternate versions of Moriarty—who are building a device able to control the Strange!

Asset Team members are running any of these adventures – call ahead to find out which one! You can translate to Recursion GC17 via any one of these stores:




  • Nerdzstore (Rua Carvalho 771), Alegrete, Rio Grande do Sul


United Kingdom

We’ll be adding additional stores as we get closer to the event date. Check back soon! And if you don’t see your Friendly Local Gaming Store on the list? Ask your FLGS to request some demos from us, or take matters into your own hands: join the Asset Team!


Darcy Ross
Darcy Ross

Darcy L. Ross, Community Relations Coordinator for Monte Cook Games, is a storyteller, scientist, and community organizer. Across media, she aims to highlight people doing good things in the gaming community and to bring new people into gaming. She co-hosts the podcast Cypher Speak, has blogged for the award-winning Gnome Stew, and has worked to support marginalized voices in gaming with ConTessa. Darcy lives in a small but powerful aldeia of tabletop creatives in Hyde Park, Chicago.