GenCon 2013 – Day One

So, the first day of GenCon 2013 is done.

It was a good day, despite the fact that it started early, because of the VIG ((Very Important Gamer.)) early admittance. Things were busy, but I managed to get a lot of the stuff I was supposed to pick up from various Kickstarters, as well as a most of the things folks at home asked me to get.

Highlights of the day include seeing folks like Amanda and Clark Valentine, finally meeting Christy Cardenas in person, seeing Ken Hite and Robin Laws, and chatting with Beth Lewis ((Who is scary good at upselling at the Pelgrane Booth. Seriously. Fear her.)). And then, in the evening, I got to play in my first-ever Fate game ((I’ve run plenty of Fate games, but never got to be a player.)) at Games on Demand – and it was the Atomic Robo Roleplaying Game!

I even got to play as Atomic Robo, and bash giant insects with Buicks.

It was a lot of fun, but now it’s late and I’m going to bed. Thanks to Morgan Ellis who ran the session for us tonight, and to the other folks who played.

And especially, thanks to Games on Demand, which is one of my favourite things about GenCon.

Good night, all.

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One Response to GenCon 2013 – Day One

  1. Barry says:

    The Atomic Robo RPG sounds like it was a total riot.

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