A Call to Vol—How to Volunteer for Organized Play at Gen Con 50!

Monday, January 30, 2017

Hard to believe the year passed so fast, but it's time again to invite people to help out with Pathfinder Society activities at Gen Con. As in prior years, Paizo is once again a co-sponsor with our booth on the Exhibit Floor, seminars galore, and activities in the Sagamore Ballroom. But we have a few changes in store as well. So grab some coffee, get comfortable, and see what Organized Play has up its sleeve for the "Best Four Days in Gaming!"

Several weeks ago, I put out a call for volunteers to fill Department Head and Lead positions at Gen Con 50. It pleases me greatly to introduce this year's team. They and the PFS team will work closely to make Gen Con 50 the smoothest and most awesome event to date!

Leads

Jon Cary, Bob Jonquet, Todd Morgan, and Lucas Servideo

Department Heads

Kelly Brummond, Seth Brummond, Kevin Hanley, Tina Saunders, Walter Sheppard, Mark Stratton, and Dominick Trascritti.

What plans we have for this year! Adventure Card Guild (ACG) returns with play from all published Seasons, including Season of Plundered Tombs and Season of the Goblin. Back as well is the ever-popular Gen Con Open, bigger and badder than ever. On the Roleplaying Guild (RPG) side, we're offering a variety of scenarios from the current Year of the Stolen Storm, as well as some retro events from past Seasons. Season 9 takes off as well, though you'll have to wait until PaizoCon to hear the devious diabolical awesome plots concocted by John and the PFS team.

Following in the footsteps of last year's interactive, 8-00: The Cosmic Captive, Friday night's interactive will include both ACG and RPG components. Saturday evening will have a large event for RPG and Sunday sees the finals of the ACG Gen Con Open! The team has a few surprises up our sleeves, but the time is not yet ripe to share them. Once the schedule is finalized, we will share with our players via blog and Gen Con's event page!

Back again is Pathfinder Society Academy (PSA) returns, bigger than ever. This year, we reserved 15 tables for youth-friendly games. The schedule includes lessons—Beginner, Advanced, and Transitions—similar to prior years, as well as full scenarios from the Pathfinder Society catalog. Having a dedicated area for our youth and their families gives us the opportunity to offer positive experiences in a youth-friendly format.

At this time, we are still in discussions about what to do with our demo space. Until those are concluded, I don't want to make any announcements. Once we decide, we will reach out to the volunteer pool to fill the slots.

The past few years saw the HQ volunteers and the GM volunteers on vastly different schedules. While this helped with some of the logistics and people moving, the HQ slots were long and mixed groups couldn't match up their schedules. This year, we are trying a different approach. HQ schedules are shorter, but start an hour before the slot starts. We've adjusted the session requirements per Tier accordingly and returned the store credit to $10/slot for all volunteers.

The biggest change, besides HQ volunteer scheduling, is the addition of Midnight Madness. Well, midnight is a bit of a misnomer, since the slot starts at 2:00 AM. So I'll call it the "overnight" slot. We are keeping it small as we test the waters and see how many people are up and wanting to game. So our games this year run around the clock - (8:00 AM to 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM, and 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM, 2:00 AM to 7:00 AM), with the exception of Sunday (9:00 AM to 2:00 PM). I also need a few volunteers to help set up Wednesday Morning and teardown Sunday Afternoon. If you are interested in either of these slots, which don't count towards your Tier requirements but do earn store credit and pizza, please indicate your interest in the Notes section of the Volunteer Questionnaire.

Volunteer Slot Schedule

SlotGMsHQ
Wednesday Afternoon
Thursday Morning7:30 AM to 1:00 PM7:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Thursday Afternoon1:30 PM to 7:00 PM1:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Thursday Evening7:30 PM to 1:00 AM7:00 PM to 1:00 AM
Thursday Overnight1:30 AM to 7:00 AM1:00 AM to 7:00 AM
Friday Morning7:30 AM to 1:00 PM7:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Friday Afternoon1:30 PM to 7:00 PM1:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Friday Evening7:30 PM to 1:00 AM7:00 PM to 1:00 AM
Friday Overnight1:30 AM to 7:00 AM1:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Saturday Morning7:30 AM to 1:00 PM7:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Saturday Afternoon1:30 PM to 7:00 PM1:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Saturday Evening7:30 PM to 1:00 AM7:00 PM to 1:00 AM
Saturday Overnight1:30 AM to 7:00 AM1:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Sunday Morning8:30 AM to 2:00 PM8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sunday Afternoon

Volunteers may sign up for a number of shifts during the convention, which translates into Tier status. No volunteer should plan on volunteering for more than 8 slots. We want you to see the convention too! When filling out the Volunteer Questionnaire, please use the following chart to determine your Tier status.

Tier Status Chart

TierGMsHQ
Tier 18 Slots7 Slots
Tier 27 Slots6 Slots
Tier 36 Slots5 Slots
Tier 45 Slots4 Slots
Tier 54 Slots3 Slots
Tier 63 Slots2 Slots
Tier 72 Slots1 Slot
Tier 81 SlotN/A

Rewards are very similar to last year. Based on their tier, volunteers receive a variety of perks, including a free 4-Day Gen Con 2017 badge, 1/4 of a room at the Westin in downtown Indianapolis, a hardcover book, paizo.com store credit, and an exclusive tier-based boon (RPG) or reward (ACG). At this time, we are not sure which of the great books we are offering—too many great things coming off the presses. Once that is decided, I will let the volunteers know. Also, volunteers are given shirts every other year, based on the number of days they volunteer.

Volunteer Perk Chart

TierBadgeHotelBookT-ShirtsStore CreditBoon/Reward
1
Tier 2
Tier 3
Tier 4
Tier 5
Tier 6
Tier 7
Tier 8

We are putting the call out with the intent that we can let all prospective volunteers know their status before the Gen Con housing lottery goes live on February 12th, since housing in downtown Indianapolis is at a premium. As a side note, you need to have a badge to register for the housing. So if you volunteer as a Tier 3-4 volunteer and want housing downtown, you must purchase a GM badge from Gen Con and proceed to register for the lottery. When I receive our GM badge allocation, I will add a GM badge to your account and you may request a refund of the badge you purchased. This is the only way to access the housing lottery! For Tier 1-2 volunteers, I will send your housing information when our block is assigned in June.

Related to housing is roommate preference. To save my sanity when doing room assignments, volunteers may request either one roommate (to fill a bed) or three (to fill a room). It is imperative that roomies put each other on their questionnaire—so Bob lists Jon and Jon lists Bob and I put them in a room together. If you list someone that doesn't list you back, then I do not guarantee you will wind up in the same room. There is also a choice for "no preference". When assigning rooms, I tend to group like together. There is a Notes section of the questionnaire to supply more information. If there is anything I should take into consideration when placing you in a room, please add it here!

Summary (TL;DR)

  • Decide to volunteer—choose Tier based on charts above.
  • Ensure you have a Gen Con account (create at Gen Con Website)
  • Complete the Volunteer Questionnaire
  • Check your email for a letter confirming your volunteer status.

If you have any questions, send them via email to genconpfsvolunteer@paizo.com

For those looking to volunteer at PaizoCon, I'll be putting that call out in February.

Thank you to all our volunteers and players who make the Pathfinder Society so fantastic! The team and look forward to seeing you at Gen Con 50! Let's roll some dice!

Tonya Woldridge
Organized Play Coordinator

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Grand Lodge 5/5 ⦵⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Online—PbP aka Hmm

I'm sorry to hear that Fromper. Hopefully I can catch you some other year.

Hmm

Dark Archive 5/5

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Rachel Hill wrote:
John always gave me a good impression of the strength and co-operation of PFS players and VOs in the Minneapolis area.

Lies. All lies. Even the stuff we did do.

Community & Digital Content Director

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Removed a couple posts. Let's leave the politically-charged jokes out of this thread. Thanks!

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, West Virginia—Clarksburg aka GM nightingale88

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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Removed a couple posts. Let's leave the politically-charged jokes out of this thread. Thanks!

You are the best Chris!!!!!


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Fromper wrote:
Not sure if I'll go to GenCon this year.

Guess that means I'll have to drive myself

Dark Archive

This will be my 3rd year attending, so I might as well try and help out.

Sovereign Court

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Rachel Hill wrote:
... Should I not be selected to serve with the ACG or HQ, you can find me eating pretzel sticks at Scotty's Brewhouse, watching baseball at Victory Field ...

If you're looking for someone to catch a ball game with, come find me at HQ. I've been wanting to get to a game there for quite a few GenCons and just never seem to get to one.

Angus

Grand Lodge 5/5

armac wrote:
Rachel Hill wrote:
... Should I not be selected to serve with the ACG or HQ, you can find me eating pretzel sticks at Scotty's Brewhouse, watching baseball at Victory Field ...

If you're looking for someone to catch a ball game with, come find me at HQ. I've been wanting to get to a game there for quite a few GenCons and just never seem to get to one.

Angus

Sadly, no dice on this again. They're out of town GenCon weekend.

Dark Archive 5/5

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Michael Meunier wrote:
armac wrote:
Rachel Hill wrote:
... Should I not be selected to serve with the ACG or HQ, you can find me eating pretzel sticks at Scotty's Brewhouse, watching baseball at Victory Field ...

If you're looking for someone to catch a ball game with, come find me at HQ. I've been wanting to get to a game there for quite a few GenCons and just never seem to get to one.

Angus

Sadly, no dice on this again. They're out of town GenCon weekend.

I would wager they are out of town every GenCon weekend.

Grand Lodge 5/5

I vaguely remember one time a few years ago they were in town, but it would make total sense not to be, especially given the lack of hotel space for the other team

Edit: Found the pic I took from the Marriott in '14 with fans in the stadium :)

Sovereign Court 5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Missouri—Cape Girardeau

no link?

Lantern Lodge 5/5

Leg o' Lamb wrote:


I would wager they are out of town every GenCon weekend.

They've had a Sunday afternoon game the last two years. (Possibly others during the Con, but that's the only one that wasn't during PFS hours.)

Silver Crusade

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I may try and squeeze GenCon into my schedule after all. I just got word that friends of mine will be coming in from overseas, so it's probably worth trying to squeeze it in.

So now I'm thinking I might buy a ticket and try to get in on the hotel lottery, and just plan to cancel far enough in advance if I can't get the time off work. I think GenCon will give me a credit instead of a refund, so I can apply it towards a future year's ticket instead. And I believe the hotel reservation can be canceled without penalty if I do it before a certain deadline (2-3 months before?). Does anyone know for sure?

Obviously, this means I won't be signing up to GM, since I can't be sure I can be there. If I am able to go, maybe I'll email the coordinators in June or July when they're scrambling to find replacements for the people who canceled on them and volunteer to take a session or two.

Sovereign Court

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Leg o' Lamb wrote:
Michael Meunier wrote:
armac wrote:
Rachel Hill wrote:
... Should I not be selected to serve with the ACG or HQ, you can find me eating pretzel sticks at Scotty's Brewhouse, watching baseball at Victory Field ...

If you're looking for someone to catch a ball game with, come find me at HQ. I've been wanting to get to a game there for quite a few GenCons and just never seem to get to one.

Angus

Sadly, no dice on this again. They're out of town GenCon weekend.
I would wager they are out of town every GenCon weekend.

They've been in town a couple of times. They were in town a couple of years ago - I almost went to the game but was then convinced to stay and play in the kobolds special. I didn't realize that my wanting to go to the game was creating a bit of a stir behind the scenes because I didn't know I was going to be awarded a campaign coin that night. I heard after the fact that there was some relief when I decided to play.

Liberty's Edge 3/5 Venture-Captain, Nebraska—Omaha

Fromper wrote:
So now I'm thinking I might buy a ticket and try to get in on the hotel lottery, and just plan to cancel far enough in advance if I can't get the time off work. I think GenCon will give me a credit instead of a refund, so I can apply it towards a future year's ticket instead. And I believe the hotel reservation can be canceled without penalty if I do it before a certain deadline (2-3 months before?). Does anyone know for sure?

Good to Hear!

As for how GenCon handles hotel rooms, if you reserve a room using the GenCon room portal you will be charged $50 if you cancel the room. You don't get changed if you are able to find someone else to take the room but up have to work that through the GenCon portal.

Once the information is given to the hotels in June, you will then be charged a full room night to chancel.

Dark Archive 5/5

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Jeff Hazuka wrote:
Leg o' Lamb wrote:


I would wager they are out of town every GenCon weekend.
They've had a Sunday afternoon game the last two years. (Possibly others during the Con, but that's the only one that wasn't during PFS hours.)

Well hell. I should try to take in a game next year if there is one.

Venture-Captain, Nebraska—Omaha aka downerbeautiful

Leg o' Lamb wrote:
Jeff Hazuka wrote:
Leg o' Lamb wrote:


I would wager they are out of town every GenCon weekend.
They've had a Sunday afternoon game the last two years. (Possibly others during the Con, but that's the only one that wasn't during PFS hours.)
Well hell. I should try to take in a game next year if there is one.

They've had full homestands the past three years while Gen Con's going on. Granted, that was back when Gen Con was earlier in the month. I know five years ago, when it was late in August, there was no game.

wistfully remembers a wave of "Boos" across the stadium last year

The Exchange 5/5 Venture-Agent, Kentucky—Lexington

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Jeff Hazuka wrote:
Leg o' Lamb wrote:


I would wager they are out of town every GenCon weekend.
They've had a Sunday afternoon game the last two years. (Possibly others during the Con, but that's the only one that wasn't during PFS hours.)

I've coordinated Wed and Sun sessions for the last couple years. I will again this year.

Silver Crusade

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Gary Bush wrote:
Fromper wrote:
So now I'm thinking I might buy a ticket and try to get in on the hotel lottery, and just plan to cancel far enough in advance if I can't get the time off work. I think GenCon will give me a credit instead of a refund, so I can apply it towards a future year's ticket instead. And I believe the hotel reservation can be canceled without penalty if I do it before a certain deadline (2-3 months before?). Does anyone know for sure?

Good to Hear!

As for how GenCon handles hotel rooms, if you reserve a room using the GenCon room portal you will be charged $50 if you cancel the room. You don't get changed if you are able to find someone else to take the room but up have to work that through the GenCon portal.

Once the information is given to the hotels in June, you will then be charged a full room night to chancel.

Yeah, now that you said it, I remember that from last year. I didn't get a room downtown during the initial lottery last year, so I waited until the cancellation deadline, and got one the day before the charge for cancellation went up from $50 to a full night's payment.

I'm sure if I can get a decent room, I'll have no problem handing it off to friends if I can't make it. Especially since I'll probably make plans to share it with those friends in the first place.

Grand Lodge 5/5 ⦵⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Online—PbP aka Hmm

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I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Liberty's Edge 3/5 Venture-Captain, Nebraska—Omaha

Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Last year I had a few tables near the PSA. It always look full of young players enjoying themselves along side their parents. I ran Angel's Flight at a local con and it was really a fun adventure.

5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Illinois—Chicago aka thunderspirit

Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Possibly.

Dark Archive 5/5 ⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Minnesota—Minneapolis aka Silbeg

Leg o' Lamb wrote:
Jeff Hazuka wrote:
Leg o' Lamb wrote:


I would wager they are out of town every GenCon weekend.
They've had a Sunday afternoon game the last two years. (Possibly others during the Con, but that's the only one that wasn't during PFS hours.)
Well hell. I should try to take in a game next year if there is one.

That does sound like a good plan

Second Seekers (Luwazi Elsbo) 5/5 ⦵⦵ Venture-Lieutenant, North Carolina—Charlotte aka eddv

Representing the Carolinas at GenCon once more - there's literally nothing like the special at GenCon.

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, West Virginia—Clarksburg aka GM nightingale88

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Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Being 5 foot tall myself, some of the PSA players are taller than me :( lol

Dark Archive 5/5 Venture-Captain, Massachusetts—North Shore aka LackofFocus

TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Being 5 foot tall myself, some of the PSA players are taller than me :( lol

At least the player can relate because of your height similarities. ;P

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, West Virginia—Clarksburg aka GM nightingale88

Lucas Servideo wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Being 5 foot tall myself, some of the PSA players are taller than me :( lol
At least the player can relate because of your height similarities. ;P

Pfft, you aren't much taller than me Mr. Servideo.

Dark Archive 5/5 Venture-Captain, Massachusetts—North Shore aka LackofFocus

TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
Lucas Servideo wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Being 5 foot tall myself, some of the PSA players are taller than me :( lol
At least the player can relate because of your height similarities. ;P
Pfft, you aren't much taller than me Mr. Servideo.

Ms. Saunders I am 5'7" it might not be much taller than you, it is still taller :p

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, West Virginia—Clarksburg aka GM nightingale88

Lucas Servideo wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
Lucas Servideo wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I look forward to meeting you, Fromper. I'll be the short one with the glasses that hugs people.

Oh wait a minute. I'm likely GMing PSA. In that case, I may be taller than the people for whom I'm GMing. Maybe.

Hmm

Being 5 foot tall myself, some of the PSA players are taller than me :( lol
At least the player can relate because of your height similarities. ;P
Pfft, you aren't much taller than me Mr. Servideo.
Ms. Saunders I am 5'7" it might not be much taller than you, it is still taller :p

I know, but at least living here in your shadow isn't too much blockage from the sun. I can't wait to follow in your footsteps for PSA this year <3

Dark Archive 5/5 Venture-Captain, Massachusetts—North Shore aka LackofFocus

TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
I know, but at least living here in your shadow isn't too much blockage from the sun. I can't wait to follow in your footsteps for PSA this year <3

PSA is in good hands, I can't wait to see what new ideas you bring to the program. I am happy to turn over the reins to you.

Grand Lodge 5/5 ⦵⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Online—PbP aka Hmm

Tina, I am right around your height. I look forward to seeing you in PSA, and learning the ropes from you!

Hmm

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, West Virginia—Clarksburg aka GM nightingale88

Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

Tina, I am right around your height. I look forward to seeing you in PSA, and learning the ropes from you!

Hmm

I can't wait!!

Grand Lodge 5/5

Well, if you need any tall person help, I should be easily found

Dark Archive Venture-Agent, West Virginia—Clarksburg aka GM nightingale88

Michael Meunier wrote:
Robert Reine wrote:
Michael Meunier wrote:
I need to find a way to be more social at GenCon this time. If anyone is up to the task... :)
Hang around me and Leg o' Lamb and we can take care of that.
I dunno, sounds a bit rowdy. All I want is a nice glass of wine/mead. Hmm, guess I knew what my booze contribution is.
Michael Meunier wrote:
Well, if you need any tall person help, I should be easily found

If the old man is too rowdy for you, then I definitely would be. I always bring a stepstool anyway :P Thanks for the offer though :P

Grand Lodge 5/5

I just like a bit less noise after all the Sag noise all day. No one has good room parties :)

Dark Archive

TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
If the old man is too rowdy for you, then I definitely would be. I always bring a stepstool anyway :P Thanks for the offer though :P

Can confirm. :P

Grand Lodge 5/5

Randy Saxon wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
If the old man is too rowdy for you, then I definitely would be. I always bring a stepstool anyway :P Thanks for the offer though :P
Can confirm. :P

You're assuming I haven't hung out with some of the Minnesota bunch before.

Dark Archive 5/5 Venture-Captain, Massachusetts—North Shore aka LackofFocus

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Michael Meunier wrote:
Randy Saxon wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
If the old man is too rowdy for you, then I definitely would be. I always bring a stepstool anyway :P Thanks for the offer though :P
Can confirm. :P
You're assuming I haven't hung out with some of the Minnesota bunch before.

The Minnesota Bunch is awesome and a blast to hangout with.

Dark Archive 5/5

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Lucas Servideo wrote:
Michael Meunier wrote:
Randy Saxon wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
If the old man is too rowdy for you, then I definitely would be. I always bring a stepstool anyway :P Thanks for the offer though :P
Can confirm. :P
You're assuming I haven't hung out with some of the Minnesota bunch before.
The Minnesota Bunch is awesome and a blast to hangout with.

Check's in the mail.

Paizo Employee 5/5 Organized Play Coordinator

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Sofas in the Marriott. 'Nuff said :P

Dark Archive 5/5 Venture-Captain, Massachusetts—North Shore aka LackofFocus

Leg o' Lamb wrote:
Lucas Servideo wrote:
Michael Meunier wrote:
Randy Saxon wrote:
TINA SAUNDERS wrote:
If the old man is too rowdy for you, then I definitely would be. I always bring a stepstool anyway :P Thanks for the offer though :P
Can confirm. :P
You're assuming I haven't hung out with some of the Minnesota bunch before.
The Minnesota Bunch is awesome and a blast to hangout with.
Check's in the mail.

No need Sir you bought me enough Beer last GenCon.

Dark Archive 5/5 Venture-Captain, Massachusetts—North Shore aka LackofFocus

Tonya Woldridge wrote:
Sofas in the Marriott. 'Nuff said :P

Great Information Tonya thanks ;)


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I don't know, there were some good room parties Saturday night/Sunday morning last year, and I'm not just saying that because I had all my drinks paid for.

Grand Lodge 5/5

Then someone needs to point me to them. And I'll definately take fearless leader's suggestion too!

Paizo Employee Contributor—Canadian Maplecakes

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Lucas Servideo wrote:
No need Sir you bought me enough Beer last GenCon.

Mmmmmmm, beer.


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Michael Meunier wrote:
Then someone needs to point me to them. And I'll definately take fearless leader's suggestion too!

All I had to do was stick with the last person that leaves who knows your name.

Dark Archive 5/5 Venture-Captain, Massachusetts—North Shore aka LackofFocus

Thurston Hillman wrote:
Lucas Servideo wrote:
No need Sir you bought me enough Beer last GenCon.
Mmmmmmm, beer.

I need to buy you one or two :D

Dark Archive 5/5 ⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Minnesota—Minneapolis aka Silbeg

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Thurston Hillman wrote:
Lucas Servideo wrote:
No need Sir you bought me enough Beer last GenCon.
Mmmmmmm, beer.

Mimosas!!!

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