Our special guest appearances have included, among others, Dungeons and Dragons very own Frank Mentzer, and Savage Worlds, Sean Patrick Fannon.  

Our 2018 Special Guests!

Virtual Guest - Ed Greenwood

Ed Greenwood: president and publisher at The Ed Greenwood Group and creator of the Forgotten Realms® and a myriad of other worlds, universes, and shared settings is the New York Times best-selling author of literally thousands of works that have sold over a quarter billion units (250,000,000) in a dazzling array of formats in over 40 languages in more than 120 countries.
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Owen KC Stephens

Owen's first professional efforts were all accepted by publishers that went bankrupt before his work could be published. Perseverance eventually paid off, and now he has written for projects such as Star Wars Roleplaying Game Saga Edition, Black Company RPG, Wheel of Time RPG, Thieves’ World RPG, Dungeons & Dragons, The Guide to Absalom and other Pathfinder RPG books.
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Stephen Radney-Macfarland

Stephen began working on RPGs in 2000 when he became the RPGA editorial assistant at Wizards of the Coast. Over the years, he’s administered the Living Greyhawk campaign, aided in the development of the D&D 3.5 rules, and developed D&D 4th edition... 
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Tawny Fritz

Fritz is a Colorado based artist who specializes in clean and intricate ink drawings, as well as vibrant ink and watercolor paintings. Currently working on The Divine Coven tarot deck! Tawny has been working as a freelance tabletop RPG illustrator for 5 years on properties such as Pathfinder, Starfinder, Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and more.
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Brian Berg

Brian Berg is the publisher and creative director for Total Party Kill Games. He’s been writing professionally in the fantasy gaming industry since 2009, and creating fan content since the 90s (you know, back when AOL and Yahoo message groups were a thing).
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Ross Watson

Ross Watson is an award-winning game designer and author. He helped design games like Star Wars: Edge of the EmpireSavage Rifts, and Torg: Eternity. Ross was the Senior RPG Developer supervising several game lines at FFG, including Dark HeresyRogue Trader, and Deathwatch
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Michael Surbrook

Michael Surbrook got his game developer feet wet by creating Kazei 5 for the HERO System back in 1999. Since then he’s written material for BlackWyrm games (Kazei 5 2nd Edition, Larger Than Life), D3 Adventures, Fantasy Flight Games (assorted Dark Heresy and Rogue Trader products), Hero Games (Asian Bestiary I & II, Fantasy Hero Complete, Ninja Hero), and High Rock Press (Aaron Allston’s Strike Force), and contributed some ideas to Savage Worlds Weird War I. Oh, and if you look hard enough, you’ll find some of this drawings in old issues of Autoduel Quarterly and GURPS Humanix.

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Jaye Sonia

Jaye Sonia has been designing and writing tabletop RPGs for over a decade, both under the Storm Bunny Studios banner and as a contributing author on dozens of other adventures, books, and projects. As the owner of Storm Bunny Studios, Jaye divides his day between working on his favorite projects, doing exciting publishing stuff, and defending the world from monotony one game at a time.
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Andrew Armstrong and Dawnforgedcast

Andrew Armstrong runs the DawnforgedCast YouTube channel and community. He is a passionate gamer and roleplayer and is deeply honored and excited to be playing tabletop games as his full-time career.

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Ron Root

Ever since I was a child growing up in Alaska I always wanted to create great art. After graduating from the Art Institute of Colorado in Denver my pursuit for a career in art began. My passion for concept art and storytelling has led me to work with amazing people on fantastic projects over the years. 





Our 2018 Cosplay Guests!

Kristi Kai Cosplay (Judge)

Kristi Kai decided to step into the elaborate world of Cosplay in 2013. She enjoys crafting with a wide range of materials and usually focuses on making her characters with non-traditional mediums. She loves wearing the characters she makes, but her true passion lies within the crafting itself. Kristi Kai strives to inspire others to believe in their own talents through teaching others how to craft. Her tutorials have even been featured on Worbla.com! So if you have been thinking about getting into cosplay, make sure to save up your questions and come ask Kristi Kai all about them!


Steve Perkins Cosplay

Steve Perkins is a local Cosplayer nationally known for his Loki portrayal.  Come meet him and trade cosplay tips.

Loralie Cosplay

When you see me, you see a cosplayer, model, and an artist. Someone who is passionate about creating and building beautiful things. Having people to show all of my creations to gives me motivation to do better and make more. I can produce more cosplay content, develop more modeling photos for my portfolio, travel out to cons much more often to see and spend time with you, and even make special gifts for you.

Lexi Divine

Lexi Divine (Divine Dolls Entertainment) is a cosplayer, artist, gamer and model from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She’s been cosplaying since 2015, has won awards for her cosplays, and loves judging costume contests at events so she can see everyone else’s amazing work! She has begun creating her own original art and collaborates with local artists as well. Come by her table and say hi!

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KoboldCon's Play-to-Win program is available to all convention attendees that play a copy of the Play-to-Win games listed below. The winner(s) receive one copy of the game that was used for this program, not a new copy. It is sponsored by one or more generous game companies that donated a copy of the Play-to-Win game to raise awareness of their products.


  1. Check out a copy of a Play-to-Win Game, when available, from the Game Library.

  2. Find a space and play the game.

  3. Return to the Game Library with a list of the first and last names of those who participated/played in the Play-to-Win game. Game Library staff will track participant/player entries. Note: Only one entry per person per Play-to-Win game during the convention.

  4. Check in copy of the game.


The Play-to-Win game drawings will take place and winners' names will be posted at the Game Library on Sunday at 2:00 PM. Players must be present at the convention to win. If a winner’s name is posted and they fail to pick up their game by 2:15 PM, then a new winner will be selected for that game and posted.

Note: Unclaimed games will be donated to the Kobold Company Limited Game Library.

Thank you VERY much to our 2018 Sponsors!

More Sponsorship Information
If you are interested in a sponsorship with KoboldCon, you, your business, or group will enjoy many GREAT benefits including:
  • Booth and Badges - Depending upon the sponsorship package you choose, you will enjoy an included booth and badges for you, your employees, or friends!
  • Social Marketing - Consistent social media marketing from the time you sign-up through the convention itself!
  • Cross-Linking - The more sites linked back to your website, the higher your results on search engines (like Google).
  • Each sponsorship level has it's own benefits - check out the link below for more information!

Escape Velocity is a clean, friendly comic shop with a knowledgeable staff, located in downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado. We specialize in new and used comic books and graphic novels, including titles from mainstream, small press and independent publishers. 


19 East Bijou Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Sun 11:00AM - 5:00PM
Mon - Tues 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Wed - Sat 11:00AM - 7:00PM

First & Main
3347 Cinema Point
Colorado Springs, CO 80922

Sun 11:00AM - 5:00PM
Mon - Tues 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Thu 11:00AM - 7:00PM
Fri - Sat 11:00AM - 8:00PM


Find Your Muse! Come in and discover something new (or find your favorites!) in comics, graphic novels and games.Open late on most Wednesdays and Fridays.

Twitter: @musecomicsco
Phone: 719-573-7096
E-mail: musecomics @ gmail.com

Muse Comics + Games
1338 N. Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80909


KoboldCon features terrific sponsorship opportunities available for your company or group! With an estimated 500 attendees in 2018, which includes tabletop gamers, role-players, coplayers, and collectible hunters of all types! They are all hyped up and searching for the newest products in nerd culture! Located in Colorado Springs, KoboldCon pulls visitors not only from the Greater Denver area, but also as far away as Nevada, Kansas, and New Mexico!

Our 2018 Media Supporters!


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