DARK HERESY – SAN FRANCISCO
This is the home page for the Dark Heresy campaign “Emperor Preserve” in San Francisco.
ONE MINUTE TO MIDNIGHT
The Imperium is tottering on the brink of ruin & disaster. Enemies surround mankind: terrible, rapacious and horrific enemies that seek to destroy humanity utterly. Across the Imperium, man is caught up in countless struggles to survive. Doom fills the air, and the end is nigh…unless the Emperor’s Inquisition can somehow turn back the overwhelming tide of dread & ruin…
EMPEROR PRESERVE US!!!
A special team of Acolytes of the Inquisition are being dispatched….
FOR THOSE LOYAL TO THE EMPEROR – REJOICE! THE WH40k RPG CAUSE HAS BEEN RALLIED UNDER THE Ulisses banner!
WOW – SAD NEWS: No more FFG for the Warhammer 40k line
* The ENnie nominated Warhammer 40k Podcast – GRIM DARK PODCAST
July 30 – August 2 ConTessa virtual gaming con
September 17-20 – Gamer Geekend virtual con -→ Gamer Geekend-
January 9 – Fantasy Grounds one-day virtual con – FGDaze
February 2, 2016 – Play something you’ve never played before on New Game Day
March 4 – INTERNATIONAL GM’S DAY SHOW APPRECIATION TO YOUR GM :-D
Saturday April 30 International Tabletop Day
June 3 Huzzah! The gaming platform with over a million users has begun hosting Cons: Roll20Con
June 18 – Annual Free RPG Day; your FLGS is probably giving away free Quickstarts & game modules this day.
June 24-July 7 – JackerCon virtual gaming convention
July 23 – Endgame of Oakland hosting RPG 3d6-Con: EndGame 3d6-Con
August 17 – August 20 – GenCon in Indianapolis, Indiana. The grandaddy!
August 17-20 – NecromiCon in Providence, RI
September 1-4 – Labor Day Weekend PacifiCon in Santa Clara
September 2-5 – Labor Day Weekend Celesticon probably dead
* October 6-8 VirtuaCon; RPG Geek’s Con
* October 13-15 Fantasy Grounds Con Fantasy Grounds is hosting a virtual gaming con on their software.
* October 13-15 – Gaming Convention – Big Bad Con
* October 20-22 – online Gauntlet Con
November 4-5 – online BrigadeConBrigadeCon has officially been cancelled this year.
* November 10-12 – online AetherCon
* December 8-10 – Dead of Winter Invitational Gaming Con
* February 16-19, 2018 – Gaming Convention – DunDraCon in San Ramon
* April 2018 – Gaming Convention – ConQuest SAC in Sacramento
* May 25-28, 2018 – Memorial Day Weekend KublaCon gaming convention in Burlingame
* June 15-17, 2018 – Origins Gaming Con
* June 23-24, 2018 Huzzah! Roll20Con
Emperor Preserve wiki
Emperor Preserve Comments
Appreciate your interest in joining the game but we’ve gotten a substantial response and the game is currently over-subscribed with a wait-list. I will contact you if the situation changes.
Thanks again for your interest.
Hey, I got in contact with you all through meet-up and would love to join up! Been really wanting to game dark heresy (I’m a big 40k geek) and this looks like a great campaign!
Yes, we’ve gotten a substantial response and the game is currently over-subscribed with a Wait-List.
Appreciate you expressing interest. I will contact you if something changes.
By the response you gave to Dutch, it seems you’re full up on players. If that changes or you can fit in one more, I’d be interested in joining. Thanks.
Thanks for your interest.
Unfortunately, I cannot accommodate you because our game is in-person only (it appears from your profile you’re located in the Netherlands) and is currently full.
You’ll want to use the link at the top of the screen “Campaigns”. Then on the right margin of that screen you’ll see various filters you can apply – but the main filter you’ll want to use that you’ll see there is “Looking for Players” a setting that campaigns can turn off and on. That should limit the campaigns then listed to only ones looking for more players. I’m not aware of a filter you can use to only show those games that are open to players participating virtually.
You may want to also use the website that Obsidian Portal is partnered with, Pen & Paper Games. They have very good filters that, I believe, include searching only for virtual games.
I am new to this but would like to join. How does it work?