True Dungeon going big, spreading to whole Realm

We’ve said all along that the convention event True Dungeon is a cool activity, but that it needs one thing to make it work: big conventions – without the hardcore gamer audience coming out to a convention ready to consume, the company’s profit model would crash. Well, next April, True Dungeon will hold its own convention of sorts, True Realm. Touted as a “gamer theme park that is open only two days a year”, True Realm will transform a 40,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Herrin, Illinois into multiple fantasy dungeons and a medieval city area. Tickets for the event go on sale October 18th, so anyone interested in living the dungeon-delving life for longer than a couple hours at Gen Con should visit the website and get the particulars.


  1. 40k sq. ft….. holy… CRAP!

    This is either going to be wildly successful or an abject failure but you definitely have to give those guys brownie points for ambition. Good luck!

  2. 40,000 sq.ft. isn’t really mind-blowing when you recall that it’s a 200-foot square.

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