Why Gaming Conventions Rock

Why Gaming Conventions Rock

GMing for strangers can be an exhilarating experience.

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"For Gen Con 2010, I don't have any games planned."

"Greg Tito has begun dreaming up an adventure to run at Gen Con 2010."

Are these two sentences at odds or am I misinterpreting?

Performing can indeed be quite addictive. Sounds like you had a great time!
Somehow I get more praise for one-shots with people new to rpg's, than for my standard campaign. Do more people have this?

Amnestic:
"For Gen Con 2010, I don't have any games planned."

"Greg Tito has begun dreaming up an adventure to run at Gen Con 2010."

Are these two sentences at odds or am I misinterpreting?

The byline was an admission that writing this column has made me want to plan running something. I was going to use something like *begins thinking about an adventure* but used the byline instead.

Nice blog entry.

I'd love to go to Gen Con. I might also attend a more local convention in the Pittsburgh area. In both cases, it'd be to run a Maschine Zeit module for people to generate more buzz about that fantastic game.

Gen Con sounds like great times to be had.
I would love to get a caravan of like minded individuals to march upon the land of Indianapolis.
Chances are though I will continue to put it off.
A tear is shed for my procrastination and lack of fervor.

I had to post just to applaud you for using the word 'grognard' in a proper context.

This just makes me want to go to Gen Con even more.

(Insert name hear):
This just makes me want to go to Gen Con even more.

It is indeed awesome. The only problem is that because it is indeed so awesome that most games fill up really quickly. They have an online system where you can buy tickets and sign up for game sessions and this process starts a good six months before the event.

Check it out here: https://www.genconreg.com/events/find

(You have to sign up to access the system)

 

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