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Vul-Con Arena II interview

The organizers of the Vul-Con Arena II event were interviewed on the The Gaming Gang podcast. From their announcement:
Vul-Con Co-Consuls Rick and Jay had the pleasure of being interviewed last weekend by Elliott and Jeff of The Gaming Gang. If you're not familiar with their site, you should really check it out. They cover the full gamut of the Strategy Gaming Hobby in articles, reviews, sneak peeks, blog posts, podcasts, and more. Shoot over to for the latest in gaming news, reviews, and some of the best gaming opinion columns we've had the pleasure to read. Oh yeah, don't forget to check out the interview with Rick and Jay while you're there. We promised more pictures of Vul-Con Arena II, and you'll find them in our full blog post. There are some folks we owe thanks for the success of the event.
First off we'd really like to thank Darren and Aaron of Imperial Outpost Games/ManaWerx for hosting Vul-Con Arena II. Not only is their newly remodeled double-store phenomenal, these two gentlemen had a huge hand in making Arena II the great success that it was. We truly appreciate their support and friendship. We'd also like to give another shout of thanks to Andrea Angiolino for being our first virtual guest. The Skype interview is in the works for posting, and all involved had a great time. We're looking forward to having Mr. Angiolino as a virtual guest at the full convention, Phoenix Vul-Con 2012, next February. To our Senators, we just want to let you know that we haven't forgotten that none of this works without you. You give up your time and opportunity to game, so that others have an excellent experience and that is a most noble endeavor. This is one of the reasons we've started a separate raffle of prizes for Senators at Arena II. We'll continue that and more Senator perks and benefits are forthcoming. To our Citizens, thank you so much for attending. Without you playing the games there would be no point to any of this. Our goal is always that you have a great time, and it certainly looked like you did at Arena II. Don't forget to take advantage of opportunities to pre-register in the future, as it gives you a chance to provide input prior to the event. The earlier you pre-register, the more likely we will be able to make certain we have the games and tournaments you desire.