Ouch. I do believe that by not posting the past two days, I have failed in some form or another. I could blame it on my newly started Pathfinder campaign that is on Sunday nights, or the fact that I did not leave work until close to 9:30P. That does seem like the proper thing to do. However, I set out a goal that I would post at least something every day, and so I admit failure to achieve this. There is a bright side to this revelation. In failure we learn, and in learning we continue to improve upon our lives. Huzzah to cheesy maxims!
In two days I leave for GenCon. This will be the first convention I have ever attended. To say that I’m not nervous is an understatement. While I am going with friends who have been before, I am usually antsy about large crowds. Throw in that this is the largest gaming convention in North America and probably the world, and I have one daunting weekend. The events I look forward to the most are Chainmaille Dicebag, Video Games Live!, and a Pathfinder Society game early on Sunday morning. When I first wanted to attend GenCon, all I could think about were the crazy games I would play with other gamers. Looking at the events I have signed up for, that really doesn’t seem to be the case. Four of the seven events I have signed up for are seminars with three of them relating to Pathfinder. There are are couple other seminars that I will try to attend including a first look at the Deathwatch game by Fantasy Flight Games. I will definitely post my exploits and possibly some pictures if I can get a hold of a digital camera.