Who's Yer Con--March 15-17, 2013


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Silver Crusade 5/5 ⦵⦵⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Indiana—Southern aka CanisDirus

This'll be my first WYC, and I'm bringing up at least 3 car-fulls of PFS Btown people with me, and for several of them it'll be their first con ever (or second for the ones who went to our local con in January).

I'm *really* looking forward to running Day of the Demon a few times, and keeping a promise to some of my locals that I'd play one table with them at WYC heh.

Sovereign Court 4/5

Chris Bonnet wrote:

I imagine Bonekeep could be run 3 times in 5 hours.

I am looking forward to this WYC. Just finished some maps. Trying some different things this year.

Depends on how quickly you can TPK your parties.

Seriously though I love Bonekeep. I'd run it all day if I didn't have other Scenarios to run. (Though I have an awesome mix of scenarios this weekend)

5/5

Mike Bramnik wrote:

This'll be my first WYC, and I'm bringing up at least 3 car-fulls of PFS Btown people with me, and for several of them it'll be their first con ever (or second for the ones who went to our local con in January).

I'm *really* looking forward to running Day of the Demon a few times, and keeping a promise to some of my locals that I'd play one table with them at WYC heh.

My first convention ever was WYC back in '11. It's a great convention experience IMO. The staff is very laid back, free to come, free to play, and a fairly open schedule with a variety of things to do.

Since then, I've been to a few more conventions since then, including GenCon, but still really look forward to this weekend more than most.

Heading to Indy in 3 hours, hope to see you there!

Sovereign Court 4/5

Almost done packing!

Scarab Sages

Seated 13 full tables in this slot. 14 in the next. Mercifully we've only had a few walk-ins so far. Tomorrow is going to be crazy. :-)


Mike Costello has an AWESOME 3D terrain made for Bonekeep.

Silver Crusade

14 full PFS tables running in our morning slot today, and one kid's track running with 6 excited, new pathfinders!

Silver Crusade 4/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Pennsylvania—Camp Hill aka Big Joe

Chris Bonnet wrote:
Mike Costello has an AWESOME 3D terrain made for Bonekeep.

If anyone has pictures of this, I would like to see them.

Grand Lodge 4/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Great Lakes aka TwilightKnight

Big Joe wrote:
If anyone has pictures of this, I would like to see them.

HERE for pictures of Mike's Bonekeep terrain. It was cool to see and even better to play!

Liberty's Edge 4/5

Bob Jonquet wrote:
Big Joe wrote:
If anyone has pictures of this, I would like to see them.
HERE for pictures of Mike's Bonekeep terrain. It was cool to see and even better to play!

NICE

Liberty's Edge 4/5

Want to say this was a GREAT Con!! enjoyed it alot.

Silver Crusade 4/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Pennsylvania—Camp Hill aka Big Joe

Bob Jonquet wrote:
Big Joe wrote:
If anyone has pictures of this, I would like to see them.
HERE for pictures of Mike's Bonekeep terrain. It was cool to see and even better to play!

Wow! Very well done.

Silver Crusade 5/5 ⦵⦵⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Indiana—Southern aka CanisDirus

30 hours since I got home from WYC, and I'm still exhausted, but happy!

Everyone who went to WYC from Bloomington had a blast!

Scarab Sages

Tracy bought foam core yesterday. Apparently that's our next project together. :)

Sovereign Court 4/5

Who's Yer Con was a blast, was great to see everyone!

Every table I ran was great too!


It would be nice to do a GM dinner or something next year.

I didn't get a chance to talk to Kevin or Tall Mike or the out of state GM's as much as I would of liked.

Sovereign Court

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SOBRIETY CHECK FTW!

:)

5/5

Chris Bonnet wrote:

It would be nice to do a GM dinner or something next year.

I didn't get a chance to talk to Kevin or Tall Mike or the out of state GM's as much as I would of liked.

This would be an excellent idea. I had a blast this year, but sadly run down at the same time. I was trying to avoid sharing whatever it was I had any more than absolutely necessary, while not being totally absent from the scene, so a chance to sit and chat over dinner would be a blast I think.

The con was packed from the start on Friday till the end of Saturday night. Sunday morning, it appears that a number of people may have stayed too late at Barfleet to game that early =p.

Looking forward to next year...

Silver Crusade

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All tables except for one (waiting on PP numbers from the GM) have been reported! Counting number of tables filled per slot, we had 89 tables of PFS at Who's Yer Con 2013. That is a huge increase from the 56 in 2012 and the 52 in 2011. Big thanks to all of Indiana's VOs (Mike Bramnik, Mike Cleland, Mike Costello, Greg Hurst, Brian Mooney, Chris Bonnet); each of them came and supported the con by running tables and HQ. Special thanks to Greg Hurst and Molly Mooney for overseeing the special, and Cody Jones and Jim Tinklenberg for running random First Steps overflow tables. Big big big thanks to all of the GMs who volunteered to run:

Carlos Danao (the only non-VO who volunteered to GM every slot)
Tim Haberfield (for running a table of level 12s through Eyes of Ten)
Mike Yarnell
Nikki Van Gilder
Jim Crase
Christopher Mortika
Bob Jonquet
Ben Planton
Andrew Hoskins
Curt Ward
Sean O'Shea
Tim Tjarks
Steve Easley
Mike Tuholski
Kevin Ingle
Al Mallory
Emmanuel Greene
Jared Goldman
Mike Bohlmann
Amanda Hamon

Thank you to Amanda for making the drive to Indy to be a special guest GM for a slot of Fortress of the Nail! And especially thank you to all the players and Who's Yer Gamers for making it all possible! Hope I am not forgetting anyone! Please send any feedback about the convention to me at TracyPFSIndy at a gmail dot com email address.

Silver Crusade

Of course, I forgot someone! Thanks for running the Kid's Track Ken Goad!

Dark Archive 5/5 ⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Indiana—Lafayette aka Cactus-Jack

Once another well organized smoothly run convention. This one has always been a blast and this year was no exception!!!

Bob also had some awesome 3D terrain that you can see in his link above.

Thank you for the nice comments on the 3D terrain I made for Bonekeep. I have some fine tuning to make for GenCon and possible Origins.

I am also sorry that I didn't get to chat with more of the GMs and players. Bonekeep eats up a lot of time (no finishing early, well unless they are all dead).

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