PaizoCon 2012: Registration is Open!

Monday, November 7, 2011

We are very proud to announce PaizoCon 2012, our annual gathering of Paizo staff, special guests, Pathfinder RPG players, and members of our message board community! 2012’s event will take place on July 6–8 at the Marriot Redmond Town Center hotel in Redmond, Washington. In addition to the regular annual festivities, PaizoCon 2012 is a celebration of Paizo’s 10th anniversary, as well as 5 years of the Pathfinder Adventure Path! The entire Paizo staff as well as a community of Pathfinder gamers, artists, and designers will be on hand with special events created just for the show. If you’ve never had a chance to visit PaizoCon, 2012 is definitely the best year to start. And if you have been to the show before, we look forward to seeing you again!

You can order your $40 three-day convention badge today. While you’re at it, be sure to pick up a ticket to the highly anticipated Pathfinder Preview Banquet, where we show off upcoming products and reveal secrets you won’t be able to learn anywhere else! The banquet has sold out every year we’ve held it, so it’s a good idea to pick up a ticket as soon as you’re sure you can make it to the convention.

This year we are pleased to announce a new location for PaizoCon: The Marriot Redmond Town Center hotel, a great facility situated along an outdoor shopping center with plenty of excellent options for local dining and quality shopping (including a game store and comic shop!). The hotel features more space for games and seminars than our previous location, an on-site bar and restaurant, and more rooms for attendees. The Marriott has extended a special offer of $85 per night for PaizoCon guests, available until June 13th. Make your hotel reservation by calling 1-425-498-4000, and don’t forget to mention PaizoCon to get the special room rate!

Stay tuned to the Paizo Blog in the coming weeks for more announcements about our Guests of Honor, special game industry guests, and events. In the meantime, please check out the PaizoCon FAQ, which answers a lot of commonly asked questions about the convention.

Please also visit paizo.com/paizocon, the official homepage of the convention, where we’ll post additional details as they become available.

We’re delighted to host this convention again, and to celebrate 10 successful years in game publishing! Please help us celebrate in July by attending PaizoCon 2012. We can’t wait to game with you!

Erik Mona
Publisher

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Liberty's Edge

Oh, I can't wait! We've never been to Paizocon, and my husband and I are about as nuts for Paizo as we can be. We need to make reservations - has anyone had any trouble recently? Are they all set up to receive for the Paizo discount now?

I just can't contain my excitement!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens Subscriber
Xanthestar wrote:

Oh, I can't wait! We've never been to Paizocon, and my husband and I are about as nuts for Paizo as we can be. We need to make reservations - has anyone had any trouble recently? Are they all set up to receive for the Paizo discount now?

I just can't contain my excitement!

I was able to make ours earlier this week, so you should be good. :-)

Paizo Employee Customer Service & Community Manager

Kata. the ..... wrote:
Does Seattle (or any other nearby cities) have any good 4th of July shows? I hesitate to use great as I grew up just outside DC.

The Bellevue fireworks are good but the park is super crowded.

Liberty's Edge

thunderspirit wrote:


I was able to make ours earlier this week, so you should be good. :-)

Oh yay! I'll have to try to call tomorrow. We've never been west of Minnesota, and Washington has been playing a siren call on us for the past few years.

Oh man, is it July yet?!


Wife and I just bought tickets. Looking forward to experiencing the con. Lots of excitement. We are thinking of going to Vancouver afterwards, any recommendations?


Hotel booked!!!! Now the plane tickets. We're almost there. This will be my wife's first time gaming. I'm hoping all goes well.

Liberty's Edge

Gorbacz wrote:
TOZ wrote:
I'm sure I can offer a loan with a reasonable rate. :)

I think I'll do a Kickstarter "fund Gorbacz's visit to Paizocon so you can punch him in the face in person".

Providing I'll get a visa, that is.

If you want, you can add me in as well. People can punch me in the face, too. We can set up a little stage or something...

I gotta persuade the wife into letting me come out without the family this year. I desperately want to have a room in the hotel. $700-$800 would do it, and that's not unreasonable.

Grand Lodge

Dragnmoon wrote:

Mike what is taking you so long, why isn't the volunteer GM request for PFS not up yet? ;)

Edit: Mike while on that subject that you most likely have a lot of time before you need to worry about, make sure you look at Mark's lessons learned list from PaizoCon and GenCon.

Mid-January is when I am aiming to put out the call for GMs, followed by mid-February for Gen Con GM call.

Grand Lodge

Ezekiel 25:17 wrote:


Thank you, care bear :)
So, a different question. Will there be a game slot at the same time as the banquet?

If I get volunteer GMs, certainly.

Liberty's Edge

Yay! Hotel booked. That woman was really nice, too.

Airfare is pretty reasonable right now too, time to buckle down and pull together the funds for that. This is going to be so awesome.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Vic Wertz wrote:
The part I'm most looking forward to is that we'll get to share some details about that awesome thing that I can't even tell you about yet!

...and for the record, I was talking about this!

Sovereign Court

Vic Wertz wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
The part I'm most looking forward to is that we'll get to share some details about that awesome thing that I can't even tell you about yet!
...and for the record, I was talking about this!

Sooo ... did you get ninja'd by the blog then? ;)

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

zylphryx wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
The part I'm most looking forward to is that we'll get to share some details about that awesome thing that I can't even tell you about yet!
...and for the record, I was talking about this!
Sooo ... did you get ninja'd by the blog then? ;)

The key word in my sentence was really "details."

Sovereign Court

Vic Wertz wrote:
zylphryx wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
The part I'm most looking forward to is that we'll get to share some details about that awesome thing that I can't even tell you about yet!
...and for the record, I was talking about this!
Sooo ... did you get ninja'd by the blog then? ;)
The key word in my sentence was really "details."

I was focusing more on the "awesome thing I can't even tell you about" ... that's what got the hook in after all. ;)

But, getting a closer look at what gets developed over the next 8 months should make for a pretty cool banquet preview.

Shadow Lodge

Michael Brock wrote:
Ezekiel 25:17 wrote:


Thank you, care bear :)
So, a different question. Will there be a game slot at the same time as the banquet?

If I get volunteer GMs, certainly.

Decisions, decisions. Last year I got to eat dinner with Lisa, Ed Greenwood and Ryan Dancey. This year, I could feast on the fresh corpse of Dragnmoon's PFS character. Tough choice!

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

zylphryx wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
zylphryx wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
The part I'm most looking forward to is that we'll get to share some details about that awesome thing that I can't even tell you about yet!
...and for the record, I was talking about this!
Sooo ... did you get ninja'd by the blog then? ;)
The key word in my sentence was really "details."

I was focusing more on the "awesome thing I can't even tell you about" ... that's what got the hook in after all. ;)

But, getting a closer look at what gets developed over the next 8 months should make for a pretty cool banquet preview.

We hope so! Of course, we'll also have plenty of previews for our print stuff too. And we'll *probably* also have some Pathfinder Battles minis reveals as well.

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Care Baird wrote:
Decisions, decisions. Last year I got to eat dinner with Lisa, Ed Greenwood and Ryan Dancey. This year, I could feast on the fresh corpse of Dragnmoon's PFS character. Tough choice!

I will be at the Banquet, and anyway you should be more honored That I was at that table as well last year.. ;)

Sczarni

Tickets Purchased! So happy...

Is it July yet?

When do game and seminar sign-ups begin?

Sovereign Court

Plane Ticket: check
Hotel Room: check
Dog Boarding: check

I'm set save for spending $$.


Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Hey, new-ish gamer here trying to be the pointman planning the trip to the Con for me and 3 friends, the first Con EVER for all four of us. Having never attended PaizoCon before, nor any con at all, I feel a little apprehensive. Please, bury me in advice and suggestions to maximize our experience. Nothing is too basic...assume I know nothing about anything because I probably don't. Thanks in advance!


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Wildebob wrote:
Hey, new-ish gamer here trying to be the pointman planning the trip to the Con for me and 3 friends, the first Con EVER for all four of us. Having never attended PaizoCon before, nor any con at all, I feel a little apprehensive. Please, bury me in advice and suggestions to maximize our experience. Nothing is too basic...assume I know nothing about anything because I probably don't. Thanks in advance!

I'm hardly an expert, but I have been to a few conventions, big and small, so at least I'm an experienced amateur. :-)

My advice would be as follows:

1) Have fun. If you're not having fun, do something else. There's enough going on at any convention to allow people to do this, and PaizoCon has a LOT going on.

2) Talk to people. Last year was my first PaizoCon, and I was nervous as a cat -- intimidated by names I recognized and by being around the Paizo employees (many of whom are, let's face it, essentially gaming royalty). My wife, um, encouraged me -- that's being polite ;-) -- to say something (and on at least one occasion broke the ice herself), and I found talking to them was soon as comfortable as talking to my gaming group. I made some good friends and learned some great things and had the time of my life.

3) Try something different. Even if that's simply playing with different people, do something out of your comfort zone. For me at PaizoCon last year, that was picking up a metal mini and painting it. I wasn't very good but I got better, and I had a good time trying something I had always wanted to do but never had.

4) Repeat.

Liberty's Edge

thunderspirit wrote:
Wildebob wrote:
Hey, new-ish gamer here trying to be the pointman planning the trip to the Con for me and 3 friends, the first Con EVER for all four of us. Having never attended PaizoCon before, nor any con at all, I feel a little apprehensive. Please, bury me in advice and suggestions to maximize our experience. Nothing is too basic...assume I know nothing about anything because I probably don't. Thanks in advance!

I'm hardly an expert, but I have been to a few conventions, big and small, so at least I'm an experienced amateur. :-)

My advice would be as follows:

1) Have fun. If you're not having fun, do something else. There's enough going on at any convention to allow people to do this, and PaizoCon has a LOT going on.

2) Talk to people. Last year was my first PaizoCon, and I was nervous as a cat -- intimidated by names I recognized and by being around the Paizo employees (many of whom are, let's face it, essentially gaming royalty). My wife, um, encouraged me -- that's being polite ;-) -- to say something (and on at least one occasion broke the ice herself), and I found talking to them was soon as comfortable as talking to my gaming group. I made some good friends and learned some great things and had the time of my life.

3) Try something different. Even if that's simply playing with different people, do something out of your comfort zone. For me at PaizoCon last year, that was picking up a metal mini and painting it. I wasn't very good but I got better, and I had a good time trying something I had always wanted to do but never had.

4) Repeat.

Excellent advice - each and every point! :)

Dark Archive Contributor

Ok, bit the bullet- the wife and I are coming to Paizocon! Should be good fun- I'll likely have my We Be Goblins kit ready for some pick up goblin goodness...


Very excited. My girlfriend and I just booked our hotel and bought our badges, Thursday through Sunday. This will be our first RPG Con experience. How does the game registration work? What are the must do things?


thunderspirit wrote:
Wildebob wrote:
Hey, new-ish gamer here trying to be the pointman planning the trip to the Con for me and 3 friends, the first Con EVER for all four of us. Having never attended PaizoCon before, nor any con at all, I feel a little apprehensive. Please, bury me in advice and suggestions to maximize our experience. Nothing is too basic...assume I know nothing about anything because I probably don't. Thanks in advance!

I'm hardly an expert, but I have been to a few conventions, big and small, so at least I'm an experienced amateur. :-)

My advice would be as follows:

1) Have fun. If you're not having fun, do something else. There's enough going on at any convention to allow people to do this, and PaizoCon has a LOT going on.

2) Talk to people. Last year was my first PaizoCon, and I was nervous as a cat -- intimidated by names I recognized and by being around the Paizo employees (many of whom are, let's face it, essentially gaming royalty). My wife, um, encouraged me -- that's being polite ;-) -- to say something (and on at least one occasion broke the ice herself), and I found talking to them was soon as comfortable as talking to my gaming group. I made some good friends and learned some great things and had the time of my life.

3) Try something different. Even if that's simply playing with different people, do something out of your comfort zone. For me at PaizoCon last year, that was picking up a metal mini and painting it. I wasn't very good but I got better, and I had a good time trying something I had always wanted to do but never had.

4) Repeat.

RE: #2 I was in the same boat the first 2 years i went, and I have to say, the Paizo staff are some of the most fun, approachable people Ive met in the gaming industry. they really do put this con together in appreciation of the fans, so DO NOT be afraid to go up and introduce yourself and join a conversation. Obviously, dont be rude about it, but from the top of the company all the way down, everyone has been exceedingly cool in my experience. this includes sitting at Lisa and Vic's table at the banquet last year with Bill Webb, Greg Vaughn, etc. Was a lot of fun! Very hospitable.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Spaceman wrote:
Very excited. My girlfriend and I just booked our hotel and bought our badges, Thursday through Sunday. This will be our first RPG Con experience. How does the game registration work? What are the must do things?

Closer to the con, we'll put up a list of events, some of which will be filled by lottery, some of which will be available for open registration, and some of which will be first-come, first-serve at the con. We'll provide more details at that time (if you really feel driven, you can look around to find out out how things worked last year, as it'll be much the same).

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut

I'm going to have to cancel my trip this year. My wife is expecting (our 4th child) and the due date is mid-July. So, she's going to be 8-1/2 months pregnant by the time PaizoCon rolls around. Therefore, it's best if I stay home. And, quite honestly, from a financial perspective, that'll be better as well. Luckily, I haven't made hotel or airline reservations yet. So I don't have to cancel any of that or eat a cancellation fee. I do, however, need to rescind my PaizoCon registration and banquet ticket. I'll post something in the customer service forum to that effect.

I also wanted to post here, however, and wish everyone a great PaizoCon. I know it's Paizo's 10-year anniversary. And there'll be lots of excitement around the new Pathfinder Online venture. Everyone raise a glass for me and hopefully I'll make it out next year or possibly see you at GenCon.

Contributor

We'll miss you Neil!


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Neil Spicer wrote:

I'm going to have to cancel my trip this year. My wife is expecting (our 4th child) and the due date is mid-July. So, she's going to be 8-1/2 months pregnant by the time PaizoCon rolls around. Therefore, it's best if I stay home. And, quite honestly, from a financial perspective, that'll be better as well. Luckily, I haven't made hotel or airline reservations yet. So I don't have to cancel any of that or eat a cancellation fee. I do, however, need to rescind my PaizoCon registration and banquet ticket. I'll post something in the customer service forum to that effect.

I also wanted to post here, however, and wish everyone a great PaizoCon. I know it's Paizo's 10-year anniversary. And there'll be lots of excitement around the new Pathfinder Online venture. Everyone raise a glass for me and hopefully I'll make it out next year or possibly see you at GenCon.

The gamer mantra by which I have tried to live is: Real Life Comes First [tm]. So, by all means, take care of your family, Neil. They should come first.

Remember, you could always write more to supplement your income somewhat...just sayin'. :-)

Liz Courts wrote:
We'll miss you Neil!

+1.

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

Neil Spicer wrote:

I'm going to have to cancel my trip this year. My wife is expecting (our 4th child) and the due date is mid-July. So, she's going to be 8-1/2 months pregnant by the time PaizoCon rolls around. Therefore, it's best if I stay home. And, quite honestly, from a financial perspective, that'll be better as well. Luckily, I haven't made hotel or airline reservations yet. So I don't have to cancel any of that or eat a cancellation fee. I do, however, need to rescind my PaizoCon registration and banquet ticket. I'll post something in the customer service forum to that effect.

I also wanted to post here, however, and wish everyone a great PaizoCon. I know it's Paizo's 10-year anniversary. And there'll be lots of excitement around the new Pathfinder Online venture. Everyone raise a glass for me and hopefully I'll make it out next year or possibly see you at GenCon.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo.....

{breath}
.....ooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut

Adam Daigle wrote:

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo.....

{breath}
.....ooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Were you just doing your Darth Vader impression from the ending of Revenge of the Sith? ;-)

Scarab Sages

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Neil,
Sorry to hear you won't be there, but hope everything goes wonderfully with the addition to the family. No pressure, but we expect he/she to be writing fabulous content by 2029!

As for advice for newbie PaizoCon attendees, I would say, just "run up to it and hug it!".

I live in England, and last year I went to the UK version of PaizoCon for my first encounter with the Pathfinder Society.

I cannot speak highly enough of the exceptional efforts of the people who organised the event, the fabulous GM's who made every adventure an UTTER joy, and how good it was to meet new faces who love gaming as much as I do. And from what I hear the US PaizoCon is even better!

The tradition of having a "meet up for a great meal the night before the convention actually starts" is inspired, and sets the tone for the entire weekend. You'll be gaming with friends, it's just that you may not have met them yet.

For me, this will be my first time at a US games convention. Given the airfare, it boiled down to choosing this or GenCon. Between the two, only one had "Paizo" in the title, so it was a simple decision.

I predict the "best thing about the weekend" will be something you didn't plan and would never have thought of.

Or possibly, "Lilith's cookies". From what I hear, they're worth the airfare alone!

Contributor

CheshireElf wrote:
I predict the "best thing about the weekend" will be something you didn't plan and would never have thought of.

This is usually the case at conventions, I've found.

Liberty's Edge

Michael Brock wrote:
Ezekiel 25:17 wrote:


Thank you, care bear :)
So, a different question. Will there be a game slot at the same time as the banquet?

If I get volunteer GMs, certainly.

You'll get at least one - maybe more if I can get the two older kids to put their hands up

Liberty's Edge

Care Baird wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
Ezekiel 25:17 wrote:


Thank you, care bear :)
So, a different question. Will there be a game slot at the same time as the banquet?

If I get volunteer GMs, certainly.
Decisions, decisions. Last year I got to eat dinner with Lisa, Ed Greenwood and Ryan Dancey. This year, I could feast on the fresh corpse of Dragnmoon's PFS character. Tough choice!

Not really. My 13yo told me, and her siblings, the banquet was "boring." That's the perspective of an 11yo - the last time we got to Paizocon. So, we're not doing the banquet and you can not only feast on Dragnmoon's corpse, but also that of at least one of my offspring :-)

Scarab Sages

omigod,omigod,omigod!!
It's on my friggin' BIRTHDAY!!! How friggin' COOL is that?!!
How friggin' cool is THAT??!!!

I've never been to PaizoCon ... I think that I am taking a trip this year. FOR MY BIRTHDAY!!
All I want for my birthday is a drink with Erik Mona. :D

Scarab Sages

Alright ... so, I'm a bit confused here. I need a little help.
I am about to plan my trip (for my BIRTHDAY!), and I am thinking about making this into something more than just a pleasure trip.

I am actually a freelance artist, and I'm not sure what kind of exhibitors areas there's going to be, and I can't find an actual website for PaizoCon that has anything more than just text-based stuff. Every Con I've ever been to has an Artist's Alley (or something like that) for artists to buy space and exhibit/sell their work. I've wanted to freelance with Paizo for years, and I figure this would be an exceptional time and place to put my name in a few ears. But ... I don't know if PaizoCon has that kind of stuff.

Where do I look, who do I talk to, where do I get information about this kind of stuff? I'm not even certain what is expected for an exhibitor to put into a booth! Or how much one costs, or anything! Gah!

Help me Obiwan Kenobi! You're my only hope!

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

W. Kristoph Nolen wrote:

Where do I look, who do I talk to, where do I get information about this kind of stuff? I'm not even certain what is expected for an exhibitor to put into a booth! Or how much one costs, or anything! Gah!

Help me Obiwan Kenobi! You're my only hope!

I'm pretty sure Jeff Alvarez would be the best person to talk to. His email is on the contact page...or here - jeff.alvarez@paizo.com.

Liberty's Edge

Michael Brock wrote:
Ezekiel 25:17 wrote:


Thank you, care bear :)
So, a different question. Will there be a game slot at the same time as the banquet?

If I get volunteer GMs, certainly.

OK, I'm voluinteering

Liberty's Edge

Neil Spicer wrote:

I'm going to have to cancel my trip this year. My wife is expecting (our 4th child) and the due date is mid-July. So, she's going to be 8-1/2 months pregnant by the time PaizoCon rolls around. Therefore, it's best if I stay home. And, quite honestly, from a financial perspective, that'll be better as well. Luckily, I haven't made hotel or airline reservations yet. So I don't have to cancel any of that or eat a cancellation fee. I do, however, need to rescind my PaizoCon registration and banquet ticket. I'll post something in the customer service forum to that effect.

Congratulations! My two baby twins will be a year old once PaizoCon rolls around... my wife is a saint for encouraging me to go.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

W. Kristoph Nolen wrote:
I am actually a freelance artist, and I'm not sure what kind of exhibitors areas there's going to be, and I can't find an actual website for PaizoCon that has anything more than just text-based stuff. Every Con I've ever been to has an Artist's Alley (or something like that) for artists to buy space and exhibit/sell their work. I've wanted to freelance with Paizo for years, and I figure this would be an exceptional time and place to put my name in a few ears. But ... I don't know if PaizoCon has that kind of stuff.

Nope. PaizoCon isn't a generic gaming con; it's a celebration of Paizo and the Pathfinder RPG, and all of our exhibitors have some form of direct business relationship with us.

I believe that we will have a time set up for one of our art directors to look over portfolios, though.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Neil Spicer wrote:

I'm going to have to cancel my trip this year. My wife is expecting (our 4th child) and the due date is mid-July. So, she's going to be 8-1/2 months pregnant by the time PaizoCon rolls around. Therefore, it's best if I stay home. And, quite honestly, from a financial perspective, that'll be better as well. Luckily, I haven't made hotel or airline reservations yet. So I don't have to cancel any of that or eat a cancellation fee. I do, however, need to rescind my PaizoCon registration and banquet ticket. I'll post something in the customer service forum to that effect.

I also wanted to post here, however, and wish everyone a great PaizoCon. I know it's Paizo's 10-year anniversary. And there'll be lots of excitement around the new Pathfinder Online venture. Everyone raise a glass for me and hopefully I'll make it out next year or possibly see you at GenCon.

Aw man!!!!!! :(

Virtual fist bump only this year, alas. Blessings on the new addition, though. I have it on good authority that July is an excellent month in which to be born! :)

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut

Jason Nelson wrote:
Blessings on the new addition, though. I have it on good authority that July is an excellent month in which to be born! :)

I appreciate the good wishes, Jason, but my wife suffered a miscarriage 8 weeks into her term. I indicated that elsewhere on the boards (and on Facebook, too), but you probably missed it.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Neil Spicer wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:
Blessings on the new addition, though. I have it on good authority that July is an excellent month in which to be born! :)
I appreciate the good wishes, Jason, but my wife suffered a miscarriage 8 weeks into her term. I indicated that elsewhere on the boards (and on Facebook, too), but you probably missed it.

:(

That is all. In that case, blessings and prayers for you both for entirely less happy reasons.


Neil Spicer wrote:

Book'em, Dan-o! I'm so there! Again!

Can't wait to check out the new location...

Next up: Hotel reservations, airline reservations, event planning, game planning, and...oh, yes...clearing all that with my wife. :-D

Sheesh, I have to clear all that stuff with my HUSBAND. And considering we are apparently going to be in Glacier NP until the 7th ... *sob*

Someone convince my husband he wants to go to PaizoCON for his bday and our anniversary, hmmm?

The Exchange Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 6

Amy Gillespie wrote:


Sheesh, I have to clear all that stuff with my HUSBAND. And considering we are apparently going to be in Glacier NP until the 7th ... *sob*

Someone convince my husband he wants to go to PaizoCON for his bday and our anniversary, hmmm?

Does it help that I'll be there? :)

Scarab Sages

Vic Wertz wrote:


Nope. PaizoCon isn't a generic gaming con; it's a celebration of Paizo and the Pathfinder RPG, and all of our exhibitors have some form of direct business relationship with us.

I believe that we will have a time set up for one of our art directors to look over portfolios, though.

Thanks, Vic! *That* is some really good information. It's great to know that there'll be professionals there, doing what pros do. I will definitely see if I can swing the airfare and whatnot, with the biggest thing in mind being to see about getting the ol' portfolio out there to be seen.

<shameless self-advertizing>
Feel free to take a look at my gallery.
</plug>

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

W. Kristoph Nolen wrote:

<shameless self-advertizing>

Feel free to take a look at my gallery.
</plug>

You might want to drop that into a introductory email to artsubmissions@paizo.com!


I finally broke down and committed. Flying in on Wednesday and leaving on the red-eye Sunday night.

Liberty's Edge

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Kyle Baird wrote:
I finally broke

You have been Broke for a loooong time.. ;)

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