This girl might be one of our True Dungeon volunteers next year. After I saw her talking to Jeff Martin at the Dwarven Forge booth on the exhibit hall floor, I seemed to run into her and her two male friends/brothers/whatever repeatedly that day.
I went to GenCon Indy, as a Full-Time Volunteer for True Dungeon, as I’ve done for the previous 5 years. It was fun, it was a lot of work, my feet (especially my heels) were in massive pain for days after I got back from the con. I played one fun game, helped build, run wiring for, DM’d a couple of rooms for, and tore down a multi-dungeon set. I wandered around the convention center exhibit hall, demo’d a couple of games, bought one The Spoils 2-player starter set, looked at lots and lots of art, hung out with people I like, and bought a few pieces of art (which I’m still waiting for, they haven’t arrived yet). I took some pictures – mostly of people at the con or nifty things that caught my attention. Not much of the dungeon. There are a lot of dungeon pics, if you check the official web site, or search for True Dungeon 2009 on Facebook, you’re sure to find some.
I don’t really feel like going in-depth about the con. It wasn’t quite as fun as I’d have liked, I didn’t get to do quite as many things as I wanted. I’ll still do it again. But dammit, next year, I’m staying for the Dead Dog party.
I’ll try to post a pic from the ones I took at GenCon here every day or two for a bit. Here’s the first one, which I simply call “Umbrella Girl:”