What is FauxCon?

FauxCon is primarily a co-production of the Impotent Images Roleplaying Club (Geelong), BURP (Ballarat Uni Role Players), and the Science Fiction & Games Association of Moe. A number of other individuals, both Metropolitan and Regional, participate to varying degrees. FauxCon has been running since 1999, and aims to compliment Victoria's larger gaming cons by providing cheaper, less carcinogenic games in a smaller, friendly environment. FauxCon hopes to encourage new and regional Game Masters and players to experience gaming in a convention environment for our special low, low price.

Roger the Bilby

Roger the Bilby is FauxCon's special mascot. He made a guest appearance at the first FauxCon, at which he had attendees enchanted with his antics. He was made the subject of several of FauxCon II's scenarios. Sadly, Roger passed away during December 1999, having lost a disagreement with a semi-trailer on the Calder Highway outside of Wood End. What little remained intact was donated to the Biology Department of Latrobe University Bendigo for use in scientific purposes.
Some overenthusiatic Roger fans "borrowed" his body from Latrobe and bought him to Fauxcon III. He has not been seen since, if anyone knows where Roger is, could they please contact Latrobe University's Biology Department. (Ask to speak to John Smith, their Director of Special Operations)

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