Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I sign up for game sessions?

We are using Warhorn as our registration platform for upcoming conventions. Game sessions are open for a limited time to allow GMs to prepare their schedule.

If you are subscribed to notifications via this website, or follow us on social media, we will post out a notification when game sign ups are open.

You do not need to create an account on ‘www.conquest.asn.au’, but to view and modify your schedule you will need to sign up to Warhorn at ‘https://warhorn.net/’.

Q: Can my child attend Conquest?

Conquest is generally not suitable for young children. A reasonable level of independence and maturity is needed of players to meet financial and behavioural obligations. We try to provide sufficient information about each game/event so that you can judge its suitability. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us.

Please also note that we do not and cannot provide a child minding service. Children under 13 must be supervised at all times to ensure their safety and to prevent them from disturbing other convention attendees.

Parents/guardians must sign the registration form for attendees under 18 when first arriving at the convention.

Q: Does your event have wheelchair access?

Yes. For our next event at Batman Royale, the building will be wheelchair accessible.

Q: Why did Conquest stop running at Melbourne High School and Swinburne University?

Conquest had run conventions in schools in the past.

Unfortunately, since 2016, Melbourne High School could not continue to offer their building. The Conquest team made attempts to find a similar venue, however no school was able to make an offer.

For the conventions in 2016, 2017 and 2018 Conquest was hosted at Swinburne University as a joint event with the Swinburne Anime Club. At the end of 2018, the anime club disbanded. Thus there were no student clubs available to help host our event.

If you are associated with a school in Melbourne and would like to offer us a space to run future events, please get in touch. We would love to hear from you.