Final GenCon photodump

GenCon is over for another year. *wipes away a small tear from his eye*
It was a great show, as always. It was great to hang out with old friends, meet new ones, and just partake in what honestly is the greatest 4 days in gaming.

Here’s the final set of photos I took while at the show.

As before, feel free to tag yourself and friends where you find them, and if you’ve got public galleries of photos, use the Submit News form to send them in and I’ll post them in the feed.



As for me, I’m gonna try and catch up on some sleep and see if I can get my feet working again (as always, they got a bit mangled from all the walking around at the show).

  • Soulfinger

    Wow, that’s a lot of people in black face. Reminds me of that episode of Community.

    • KelRiever

      The moment a person could be a drow player character, the world declined.

      Hasn’t recovered yet as far as I can tell.

      • Soulfinger

        Do you remember how someone wanting to play one was practically a guarantee that they would ruin the game? “I want to play an elf, but one that’s betterer, more awesomer than any other race, and I want to be lawful evil. Why would that be a problem for the paladin? Just don’t use detect evil on me!”

        I wonder how things would be different if they had anticipated LARP and cosplay? Then again, if R.A. Salvatore had written about a rogue bullywug instead, there’d all be painted green.

        • KelRiever

          A drow player character is a guarantee that I am in the wrong D&D group. I drop a giant sized bag of doritos and run.

          • Soulfinger

            Then there is the double-whammy. “I want to play a drow anti-paladin, and I rolled all of my stats at home.” I think that was the 1980s equivalent of texting during a game.