I had a great day at Con-Quest on Saturday. Con-Quest is a single day RPG con held at the Assembly Rooms in Derby (UK). The venue was very good, and the organisers did a great job: the main hall had traders set up on the periphery of the room and demo games running in the centre, the other rooms were divided into separate gaming stations using free standing office partitions, enabling several different style rpg games to run concurrently and without interruption.
Forty games were organised into morning and afternoon sessions, and they covered a wide range of systems and settings including: Pathfinder, Traveller, D&D, Savage Worlds, Realms of Cthulhu, and loads more.
I played in John Wilson's morning game of Labyrinth Lord, The Body in Question. Our party (all goblins) went on a mission into the big city for their master. It was really funny game, with some of the goblins getting a little over excited (eg. our attempt to avoid the town guards by hiding in an alley met with chaos when one of the goblins, unable to contain themselves called out to the guard, another goblin tried to throw off the watch by pretending to be a human drunk and singing a drinking song which had all the hallmarks of actually working when another goblin found itself incapable of handling the tension and shot one of the guards with a crossbow).
Here's some pictures of the show. The last one is of me and my fellow goblin players.