Red Star Games
schmoozes at GenCon Indy, places 5th at the NecronomiCon GT,
and even gets to Disney World between storms!
GenCon Indy 2004
We had a great time at GenCon Indy this year, and would like
to extend a thank you to Peter Adkison for inviting us and running
such a great show. This is a picture from the CCG Hall, right
where you walk in. If you click the picture it will take you
to a page of 'highlight' photos, basically the cream of the
crop. The curious and/or crazy can email me about the other
300 or so photos I took. *wink*
Andy says: "It was a wonderful experience and I must say
the con itself was superb, I've come out of it with a gazillion
new contacts and some very exciting schemes afoot. I had some
very entertaining panel time and a lot of loooong chats with
avid gamers. I say again, Superb."
Andy also wants to gloat about his newfound Komrades over at
Red Star (comics). The forces of the revolution are getting
stronger all the time. =)
As for me, I had a marvelous time. I got to meet a lot of new
people, go shopping (we brought home a huge box full of gaming
supplies!), and it was great to see my friends and "family."
I love you guys!
A Warhammer Fantasy
Grand Tournament held this year at the Disney Coronado Springs
Resort Hotel. The location was gorgeous, the players were spiffy,
and the hosts (Jason and Janner Holliday) are incredible people.
Andy had a great time and even managed to place 5th overall
(see now, wasn't that nice of them? ;)) We highly recommend
The Necro for all your WHFB players. www.thenecro.com
What can I say?
I /love/ Disney. So I got Andy a 3-Day Pass and myself a 4-Day.
I tried to show him the highlights: The Haunted Mansion, Space
Mountain, the Tower of Terror, the Indiana Jones show, and of
course - The Carousel of Progress.
Andy says: "There's some really cool stuff there, as long as
you run whenever you see someone in a furry costume - although
to be fair I pitied the unfortunate 'cast members' Wearing 40lbs+
of fake fur in 90 degree heat. At least they let you smoke ,
which is more than the bloody airports let you do!"