GAME MASTER EVENT REGISTRATION
The primary GM (not assistants)
will automatically receive free
admission if he or she is a HMGS
Member (any Chapter) and the
event is submitted for inclusion
in the Preliminary Events List. To qualify, a game must include
at least 16 ‘gamer-hours’. A
Gamer Hour = one gamer for one
hour---example: 4 players for 4
hours = 16 Gamer Hours.
Convention Management reserves
the right to refuse any game or
admission. Game Masters who are
not HMGS Members register as
normal attendees and pay the
normal attendee admission fee.
GM badges will be available at
the Pre-Reg Desk at the
(Submit your game by the deadline below)
For inclusion in on-line PEL:
For inclusion in the Fall-In ™
Program book: October 5.
The final cut off for game registration is
You have worked hard to put on a good game. You deserve a good turnout of players and we want
to help you get it. One of the best ways to bring your game the attention of players is getting
it into the main Program listing. All games in the listing are also included in the two
cross-references, giving the player three ways to find your game. Addendum games don’t
get that benefit. Players may or may not check the loose sheets of the addendum when planning
Don’t take the chance that the game you’ve put so much time and effort into gets
ignored. Take a few minutes and register today!
Primary Event Registration
Use the form below!!!!
Alternative Game Submission Methods:
If you have multiple
instances of the same game, you
may prefer the following!
Instead of using the form below, you can download
GM Game Submission SpreadSheet
fill it in with your games and email it to
(Most web browsers let you download the
file by "right-clicking" on the link,
then choosing "save as" to save the file
to your computer.) Enter your event data into the fields
on the Excel form as completely as
possible (instructions are in the form
itself), so Convention Management has as
much information as possible for event
scheduling and listing it for attendees
in the Preliminary Event List (PEL) and
program. When you have completed the Excel form, email it (as an attachment) to the Events
You can also contact the Events
Manager if you have any questions about
the Excel form.
There are two ways to print a Game Master Event Registration form, for mailing by snail mail:
Event Pre-registration Form in Word format
Event Pre-registration Form in PDF
If you instead send the events coordinator an electronic (i.e., attached to an email) event
registration, PLEASE send it in either Microsoft Word (.doc) or plain text (.txt)
format! He is about to be buried by event registrations and this will make his job
MUCH easier! Of course, files in other formats will be accepted but
they'll get processed after the Word and text files are processed...
Also, when you send in an event registration, please name the file you send "name#.doc"
or "name#.txt", where "name" is the short, pithy, one-word name for your game and "x" is
a numeral. Why a numeral? For example, if you want to run your game three times at
Fall-In 2012, you should send in three event registrations named
name1.doc, name2.doc, and name3.doc. This will allow the events coordinator to sort the many event
registrations he's going to receive MUCH faster and will ensure that your game
gets properly slotted for three (or however many times you want) time slots!
If you have any questions about running a game at Fall-In 2012,
for swift and complete answers... His ultimate goal is to ensure that you run -
and enjoy running - a great game!!!
Please read the following prior to filling out the form.
- One game per form – including multiple runs of the same scenario!
- Enter your event data into the following fields, then press
<Submit Form> button down at bottom of form.
- Fill out this form as completely as possible, so Convention Management has
as much information as possible for event scheduling and listing it for
attendees in the Preliminary Event List (PEL) and program.
- Put as much pertinent information in fields as you can; do not duplicate
that information in the Description field. For example, Title should
include any catchy phrase you want as title, and/or also name of battle,
and date of battle. Title Example: "Tora! Tora! Tora!" –
Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec. 1942
- Since majority of information is already noted in other fields on form
(Title, Scale, Period, Rules, Sponsor, etc.), length of Description field
has been limited. Description need not be long (really, how much do you have
to say about Pickett's Charge, Custer's Last Stand, Pearl Harbor, etc.!)
- There are comments noted below, adjacent to those areas of the form that
require some additional information which is needed to clarify certain
Please use the tab key to navigate from field to field!
Fields with an * are required.
Important: To submit the same event run at different times, use your Back
arrow on your PC to go back to the previous page and simply change the day/time
to save typing. NOTE Some users have been having problems with this on AOL
browsers. Once you log into AOL please open an Internet Explorer Window and
register your event!