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Sitting in Sea-Tac, waiting to board my flight.

I had a wonderful time this year. I go to Paizo Con to renew friendships and make new ones. I was successful at both this year.

To all of the wonderful people I met who work in the warehouse, all of you are true paragons of humanity. Thank you for all of the hard work you do that none of us ever see. Thank you.

Amber Scott: "You are like the little red devil who sits on my right shoulder!"

All of us need some one like that in our lives, who push us to do the tings we think we can't. Thanks to meeting and chatting with you, I believe that I do have the ability to create for rpgs. Thank you.

The above also applies to Mikko, Andrew, and Isabelle. Thank you.

Big ups to Todd Morgan. The man runs a smoove PFS room. Thank you.

I may need to adjust my stat array. I was able to convince more people to join me in taking over the world, one charity fund raising convention at a time. Thank you so, so much. It means a lot to me and I am eternally grateful. Thank you.

Playing the horribly unfair delve with John Compton:

Efreeti: "So you accept my offer and will join me?"
Kyra (me): "Yes!"
JC: The efreeti teleports you to the sun where you burn up in a blast of plasma.
Me: No I don't.
JC: I can't wait to hear how you are going to get out of this.
Me: I have the sun domain.
JC: Um...

If you give Kyra a potion of Eagle's Splendor, she's gonna use it. That, and the scroll of Protection from Evil for when you (Kyra) summon a Nabassu. "It can't attack me. It's an evil creature, John, and I summoned it."

Thank you to Mark Seifter for chatting with me about a rules/design question I had. This game has rules? Nooooooo. Really? Hm. Learn something new every day.

Thank you everyone.

whimper:
I miss Wes.

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Tineke! Can you get my goblin brains stash? I forgot it. It's in the big potted plant to your right as you face the windows. It's under the fake moss they use as filler.

Thanks!

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We knew it was in a potted plant!

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I had a wonderful breakfast with Andrew Hoskins, Tineke, Therry, Bret, and James Krolak. We discussed favorite custom dungeons of Tome, and the story of how Andrew Hoskins came to freelance for Paizo. It was very entertaining.

We'll be leaving on our train this afternoon, but for now Earl has resumed the Ire of the Storm game he was GMing for us on the train.

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

Four of the members of our group have discovered that the Doubletree Hotel charged us more than the Paizocon Room Rate on Friday and Saturday. You all may want to doublecheck your hotel bills.

Hmm

Silver Crusade 5/5 5/55/5 Venture-Captain, Germany—Bavaria

Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Nomadical wrote:
Nils Janson wrote:
How does this work with all the boons that are crossed off after use or that have boxes to check?
Nils, no one asked. It was announced pretty close to the end of the seminar time, and none of the attendees thought quickly enough about the implications. I presume there will be paragraph text in the Guide explaining the accounting and tracking procedures beyond a quick panel announcement. You know, sometimes I think we don't play "Math-finder" as much as we play "Accountant: The RPG."
The Inventory Tracking Sheet is already used to annotate retraining and other character changes. Notating boon use is not unreasonable. Plus, even if you are entirely digital, you should be getting a chronicle at the end of the session you use the boon. The use can be notated there.

I think there is a good argument to be made to allow digital ITS as well, so noting it on a physical/digital chronicle sheet, that later gets added to the collection, might be the easiest solution.

Sovereign Court 4/5 5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Netherlands—Leiden aka Ascalaphus

Maybe the layout of the ITS is due for a reappraisal anyway. It's kind of clunky for items that don't get used all at once, like scrolls with multiple spells, or batches or alchemical items for alchemists.

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Does anyone have a link to the wand-only version of the ITS? That's pretty handy for consumables.

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

It is a sticky thread at the top of the Roleplaying Guild General Discussion.

Here is the link to the sticky thread: http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2toev?Expanded-Inventory-Sheet

Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

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The slightly less crazy minnestans have left. The hotel is getting quit.
Meanwhile we are still gaming.

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::grunt::

Though I had to leave early Monday, I did leave with a lot of good memories and am pleased to see this thread has so many contributors, both attendee and not. Hopefully, it might inspire some other new attendees and contributors next year. If they are anything like GM Hmm, Woran, and Nomadical, we'll have a good thread next year too.

I loved meeting the new attendees, but moreso, it is always good to hang and speak with old friends again. From my first bfast with W. Kristof Nolen to another breakfast with GM Feral, and then with GM Verdigris, I recall again why PFS is a community what is important in life (outside of the lamentations of the minnesotans).

+1 to Tonya for putting on a good Con. I barely saw her this year, but when I did she was either working or having fun. I hope we'll have time to chat and hang next time.

+1 to JCompton for his efforts as well. You were hilarious in the Trivia Contest.

+1 to Thursty for being thirsty and Thursty. Your chaotic bene/malevolence is a necessary ingredient in this community. You're a good counterpoint to those who take these things too seriously and I'm excited for your involvement in SFS.

To the Minnesota Crew: thanks for existing. You guys are the best. Glad I had a chance to hang out with 95% of you, only missing Andrew Christain (though I had game time with Di). Got to play with Jack & Keith. Dinner with JD & Ryan & Brent. You guys rock all that there is to rock.

To Lamplighter: you're still the best. You're a solid force for good in the Community.

To Al Rigg: congrats on the new award. I can't think of a more deserving yahoo to get it.

To GM Motteditor: Glad you came and hope you had fun.

To Kate Baker: Players like you are the future of PFS and Organized Play. Good luck with running Starfinder at GenCon.

To Pirate Rob: I never regret seeing you. And every time I do, I find more things to laugh at and enjoy in life and in this game.

To the ACG crew: Jon, Preston, Shelley, David: Thanks for helping me play a ton of ACG this weekend. You guys were all great and helpful in explaining the game and organizing tables.

To Todd freakin' Morgan: It was just good to see you.

To Walt Shep: you rock. You rocked it all weekend.

To Andrew Hoskins: I always forget how funny you are. You killed me every time I saw you. Your 'fight' with Tonya in the trivia contest just added to my opinion of you.

To Gary Pepper: I hope I haven't seen the last of you. I know you're all alone up in Lake County, but I believe in you.

To others I haven't mentioned here: I hope I've mentioned you in previous posts. Thanks for contributing to my PaizoCon experience. There are so many people that impacted me and that I was happy to see again but I can't remember them all.

Wouldn't be a PaizoCon without a list of regrets: I regret:

  • Not spending more time in the bar. Usually I do, but this time I didn't. Would have been good to speak with more people.
  • Not staying through to Tuesday. I should have.
  • Not seeing Sarah from Idaho or Tanis. Sarah didn't come and Tanis no longer works with Paizo. I miss their ACG energy.
  • Not sitting and hanging with J.Choi/Oni and/or Nizari/Andrew a bit. I meant to. Sorry!
  • Not meeting as many new players as I usually do. Next time.
  • Meh. This is a sufficient list of regrets.

Highlights? Sure.
#1: Cartmanbeck's face when Selinker joined us at the table.
#2: Meeting GM Hmm & Woran.
#3: See the Minnesota Crew again.
#4: Playing the ACG while the PFS Special was happening. It was clear how much fun the PFS players were having.
#5: The fun stuff during the Preview Banquet.

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I'm on the train out of town, so I'm betting that wi-fi will die on my at any moment.

A few great highlights:

#1 Having a mutual squee-fest with Chris Lambertz where both of us were bouncing up and down because we were so happy to see each other.

#2 Meeting Painlord, even though on Saturday morning he told me "You're dead to me. You don't blog, I have no idea you even exist."

#3 Having the silent squee where Kate Baker and I turned to each other during the banquet and just jumped up and down in our seats as the background of the Starfinder Society was revealed. We both seriously geeked out in the best possible way. Kate, you are a delight.

#4 Coming up with a pun so AWFUL that it forced John Compton to leave our table at the banquet (because he had to share it with Diego.)

#5 Meeting the best group of people EVER. I love all of you. You're even better in person, and I hope to see you all again either at GenCon or next year. Thanks for coming up and saying hi.

#6 Tineke and Therry. Paizo employees -- the wonderful people who work so hard to give us all the game we love. Jon Dehning's swans, heck Dehning himself.

#7 Mark and Linda for just sitting and listening to all of Bret's and my PSA feedback. You two rock, always.

Super Duper Secret #8:
Winning a Goblin Rap Smackdown with Compton as GM.

Hmm

Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

The last game ended. We walked the last minnesotans to the airport.
We are currently in a very nice cafe in the center where we will donthe underground tour.

When we get back to the hotel, it will be over. My first Paizocon was an incredible experience.

4/5

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Back in MN now. I'm gonna miss all y'all crazy people 'til I see y'all again. That said, I'm friggin' tired.

Tineke, I may have to arrange for some stroopwafel shipments once you're back home. I may be hooked.

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PaizoCon was amazing, and it was great seeing many of my friends again and meeting a lot of new people. These amazing people include (but are not limited to) Paizo staff, fellow freelancers & RPG Superstar fans, Minnesotans, and PFS players and venture officers from around world (Australia, Canada, England, the Netherlands, as well as the USA). Thank you for making PaizoCon the awesome convention that it is!

Also, it was a great honor to be mentioned as a special guest at the preview banquet, thank you, Paizo!! ^_^

Now back in Finland and trying to get adjusted to GMT +2...

1/5

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*typing this as my eyes are bleeding and might pop any moment from sheer exhaustion . I'm at peace with that*

Things i learned at paizocon 2017

i am and will ever be Tineke's Bitter Half

Yanks are either tiny or big. I think the big ones ate the normal ones while the tiny ones are too fast for them.

Andrew Hoskins did stuff to my IPad and now hero lab has only have chtonians as race option.

Minnesota is an peace of alien planet that has crashed into the earth and might have given birth to the moon

Holy Plasma Cannons

Jumppacks for melee fighters. Suck it, holy plasma cannon

Robot divine bards need no zippers

Jessica Price her cat is turning her into a criminal facilitator and botanist. In that order.

Fidget cubes are zen

Heineken is not a premium beer. Really.

Stroopwafels are the new currency.

Cats are total anarchists and therefore have no monetary system to bribe us out of their travel cases.

Playing a game GM'd by the writer himself is like WHOA

Wees altijd lief voor een eend. Want een eend is ook iemand z'n moeder.

Why does my slayer always end up as the bouncer at a concert?

Guy is The Man.

Desserts don't have any chance of surviving. I was to late and had to use a chainsaw at the remaing pistache bombe

Monty Python was right about american beer.

Pathfinders are one tribe.

*pop*
Time to sign off

Cheers,
Therry

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I finally have time at a PC to address a few highlights of the weekend.

At the top, as always, seeing Painlord, Al Riggs, Alex Greenshields, and the New Orleans crew rank near, if not at, the top of list. As does getting to chat with Mark Moreland, who will always be my favorite Paizo employee now that Liz Courts is off doing her own thing. Getting to meet Mikko and Andrew Hoskins and discussing their own scenarios was also way up there.

I enjoyed getting to play with some of my regulars I see only once a year at Paizo Con, but also getting to play with Earl, who is my favorite player of all time because his crazy builds come with an equally crazy personality.

Playing Starfinder was a treat, as was learning that I may actually like the game. Playing Starfinder with James Sutter and meeting not only Space Goblins but Space Drow was amazing. His reaction of, "um...okay, I guess that can work" when I dropped the smoke grenade will always be a fond memory of my own. That's what smoke grenades are for!

I ran two "official" off-session games for the convention and loved both. Seeing new players enjoy Portent's Peril was great, but I really enjoyed my table of To Seal the Shadow. I don't care what people say, get the right table of players (Pirate Rob, I'm looking at you), and everything in that scenario begins to click. Thanks for making GMing one of the highlights of the convention.

I loved getting to play Tyranny of Winds with two of the same players through all three parts - I didn't expect to find somebody with the same schedule I had. A particular shout out to Stephen Wight Part 2, who made the outright awful experience of the other two bearable by putting on a great game.

After the second of the aforementioned awful experiences, I had a great time GMing a the random table to get everybody to the same level for the special (you'll have to forget my horrible memory for names, but I'll always remember your faces!). A quick run-through of Tome of Righteous Repose was exactly what we needed.

Seeing Andy from the Washington GM pool was fun again, as was getting to play through SWAT as a PC and the Special as the GM with him. You earned that 5th star man!

To Thursty! Thanks for coming over and giving me a "talking to", I needed that. ;-)

Tineke, I have no idea how you survived running two tables of House of Harmonious Wisdom. But you absolutely deserved earning that 6th star, and I'm proud to have sat through your official 150th table. You're my favorite new person from the con. Therry too, it was a pleasure meeting and getting to hang out with you as well.

David Montgomery, you get a special kudos for not only issuing my favorite phrase for the weekend, "that's one for the cock and one for the lips", but also putting up with shenanigans with a good spirit. I can't think of a lot of GMs that would do that with the poise you did. You and Kevin Willis (who had to handle it as the sixth at the table) both get thumbs up for that.

Lasty, as surprising as it may be, planning at least a little time around ensuring that Jon got on a plane Tuesday morning was another highlight. I have no idea how you stayed awake for 46 hours. I know bourbon and meat can do things, but that was pretty impressive.

Until next year. Where you all get to see my glowering mug all over again!

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MisterSlanky wrote:


I have no idea how you stayed awake for 46 hours. I know bourbon and meat can do things, but that was pretty impressive.

46? Was it really 46?

groan...

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Leg o' Lamb wrote:
MisterSlanky wrote:


I have no idea how you stayed awake for 46 hours. I know bourbon and meat can do things, but that was pretty impressive.

46? Was it really 46?

groan...

SLEEP IS FOR THE WEAK!


Sleep for a week, don't mind if I do.

Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

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MisterSlanky wrote:

Tineke, I have no idea how you survived running two tables of House of Harmonious Wisdom. But you absolutely deserved earning that 6th star, and I'm proud to have sat through your official 150th table. You're my favorite new person from the con. Therry too, it was a pleasure meeting and getting to hang out with you as well.

There is a reason your chronicle quote is "I hate you".

You were a lot less grouchy in real life then on the boards.
You were a hell of a lot of fun to hang around. And thank you for GMing To Seal tge Shadow for us.

Luckily paizocon is once a year because I need that year to recover from you all :P

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Tineke Bolleman wrote:
You were a lot less grouchy in real life then on the boards.

Shhhhhhhhhh....let's not ruin the carefully crafted illusion.

3/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Louisiana—New Orleans aka Duncan7291

Leg o' Lamb wrote:
MisterSlanky wrote:


I have no idea how you stayed awake for 46 hours. I know bourbon and meat can do things, but that was pretty impressive.

46? Was it really 46?

groan...

You got very huggy around hour 32 :)

Misterslanky, always good to see yall as well.

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Ha, I'm an idiot. Saw "James Jacobs" in the Seattle airport lounge, but too shy to approach him. When he was also at my gate in San Francisco (reading a book about homunculuses), I thought it must be fate and gathered up the courage to introduce myself. It wasn't him! Some poor guy must have thought I was very weird.

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Jhaeman wrote:
Ha, I'm an idiot. Saw "James Jacobs" in the Seattle airport lounge, but too shy to approach him. When he was also at my gate in San Francisco (reading a book about homunculuses), I thought it must be fate and gathered up the courage to introduce myself. It wasn't him! Some poor guy must have thought I was very weird.

I wouldn't worry about it too much. After all he was totally failing at being James Jacobs; if you can't be James Jacobs properly, why should anyone be bothered with what you think?

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Robert Reine wrote:
Leg o' Lamb wrote:
MisterSlanky wrote:


I have no idea how you stayed awake for 46 hours. I know bourbon and meat can do things, but that was pretty impressive.

46? Was it really 46?

groan...

You got very huggy around hour 32 :)

Misterslanky, always good to see yall as well.

Eh, I get like that regardless when ever I say goodbye to people I won't see for a year or more.

3/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Louisiana—New Orleans aka Duncan7291

May be less for NOLA group ;)

Dark Archive 5/5 5/55/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Upper Midwest aka Silbeg

Robert Reine wrote:
May be less for NOLA group ;)

Hoping so!

Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

MisterSlanky wrote:
Tineke Bolleman wrote:
You were a lot less grouchy in real life then on the boards.
Shhhhhhhhhh....let's not ruin the carefully crafted illusion.

Oops, sorry.

I ment to say: I met MrSlanky at paizocon. And he was even more cranky in real life then on the boards

Sovereign Court 5/5 Venture-Captain, North Carolina—Central Region aka Kyrand

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So, finally home and rested from my first PaizoCon. And... wow. Yeah, I understand now why everyone always has such fond (and fun) memories. Everyone else has covered the info on new products above, so I'll just drop in the highlights for me:

  • Getting to meet folks I've only seen on these forums, including Hmm, June, Guy, Pirate Rob, others whose names I missed, and any listed below
  • Getting to meet lots of awesome Paizo staff, including having the awesome Erik Keith (aka Valeros) sit in on my table of the special
  • The preview banquet, where I got to share my delight with Tonya about the new season and AP
  • My game of Refugees of the Weary Sky, where a disparate group of highly specialized yahoos very quickly merged into a team of total scenario steam-rolling (a 67 Disable Device check?!? Yeah, we did that)
  • Surviving the delve's 20 minute timer due to being panicked the whole time, and deciding Valeros was actually the caterer for the dungeon's monsters, hiring new adventurers to "join" him, then bolting when they became food
  • Enjoying panels, though not nearly as many as I should have attended. The Care and Feeding of Gamers was particularly insightful and the Society Q&A amped my interest in the coming season even further
  • Bumping into Landon Winkler, and being introduced as "Landon, meet Landon". Not something that happens often to either of us, haha.
  • And last but not least, my post-con game with Tineke, Andrew Hoskins and some of the Minnesota crew. Words fail me at trying to sum up how that went, but hilarious and insane would be understatements. (And having Jon recognize me from an off-hand in-joke two years ago was weirdly gratifying.)

  • 4/5

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    Landon Hatfield wrote:

    So, finally home and rested from my first PaizoCon. And... wow. Yeah, I understand now why everyone always has such fond (and fun) memories. Everyone else has covered the info on new products above, so I'll just drop in the highlights for me:

  • Getting to meet folks I've only seen on these forums, including Hmm, June, Guy, Pirate Rob, others whose names I missed, and any listed below
  • Getting to meet lots of awesome Paizo staff, including having the awesome Erik Keith (aka Valeros) sit in on my table of the special
  • The preview banquet, where I got to share my delight with Tonya about the new season and AP
  • My game of Refugees of the Weary Sky, where a disparate group of highly specialized yahoos very quickly merged into a team of total scenario steam-rolling (a 67 Disable Device check?!? Yeah, we did that)
  • Surviving the delve's 20 minute timer due to being panicked the whole time, and deciding Valeros was actually the caterer for the dungeon's monsters, hiring new adventurers to "join" him, then bolting when they became food
  • Enjoying panels, though not nearly as many as I should have attended. The Care and Feeding of Gamers was particularly insightful and the Society Q&A amped my interest in the coming season even further
  • Bumping into Landon Winkler, and being introduced as "Landon, meet Landon". Not something that happens often to either of us, haha.
  • And last but not least, my post-con game with Tineke, Andrew Hoskins and some of the Minnesota crew. Words fail me at trying to sum up how that went, but hilarious and insane would be understatements. (And having Jon recognize me from an off-hand in-joke two years ago was weirdly gratifying.)
  • And now I finally know Floater's name.

    Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

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    Thank you for being my only sane person. I dobt know how you did it Floater.

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    Landon Hatfield wrote:

    So, finally home and rested from my first PaizoCon. And... wow. Yeah, I understand now why everyone always has such fond (and fun) memories. Everyone else has covered the info on new products above, so I'll just drop in the highlights for me:

  • Getting to meet folks I've only seen on these forums, including Hmm, June, Guy, Pirate Rob, others whose names I missed, and any listed below
  • Getting to meet lots of awesome Paizo staff, including having the awesome Erik Keith (aka Valeros) sit in on my table of the special
  • The preview banquet, where I got to share my delight with Tonya about the new season and AP
  • My game of Refugees of the Weary Sky, where a disparate group of highly specialized yahoos very quickly merged into a team of total scenario steam-rolling (a 67 Disable Device check?!? Yeah, we did that)
  • Surviving the delve's 20 minute timer due to being panicked the whole time, and deciding Valeros was actually the caterer for the dungeon's monsters, hiring new adventurers to "join" him, then bolting when they became food
  • Enjoying panels, though not nearly as many as I should have attended. The Care and Feeding of Gamers was particularly insightful and the Society Q&A amped my interest in the coming season even further
  • Bumping into Landon Winkler, and being introduced as "Landon, meet Landon". Not something that happens often to either of us, haha.
  • And last but not least, my post-con game with Tineke, Andrew Hoskins and some of the Minnesota crew. Words fail me at trying to sum up how that went, but hilarious and insane would be understatements. (And having Jon recognize me from an off-hand in-joke two years ago was weirdly gratifying.)
  • Bourbon and smoked meats can do things.

    1/5

    Been bouncing around MoPOP all afternoon, getting our nerd on. Proved nerd cred by buying the Weyland-Yutani Corp, although the expendable red shirt came close.
    All that is left, is getting the in-check done, pack the bags, drink whatever the Minnesota crew bequeathed us (or make some hobo very lucky), eat all the candy (or hobo it). Hypnotise myself into a model citizen and than it's off to the nether nether lands tomorrow, to get grilled the coming monday and wednesday by the dutch pfs crew.

    Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

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    So. We are packing up. Now that paizocon is really going to be over. I feel sad.

    Because holy macaroni what was this an awesome experience. Most of the things I already put in the bloggery, but I'll recap here.
    - Thursday it started off with my 5 star qualification game. Everyone was lovely. Special thanks to Guy Martele overseeing the game.
    - GMing three slots in the banquet hall. My voice still has not recovered, but it was worth it. Getting strangers showing up dependent on my to make it amazing... pfew, it was a little bit intimidated. But it all went well.
    - Getting people addicted to stroopwafels
    - Getting people addicted to dutch licorice
    - Planscape/metal gear solid crossover. It was awesome
    - Paint and take. Such a wonderfull zen moment
    - Pouncing on paizo employees. They always made a moment to talk to me. You are all amazing
    - Getting invited to talk on a panel. I felt incredibly honored and I hope it helped people out. Special thanks to Judy.
    - Trivia contest! So exiting! So funny! The infrared pseudodragons will rise again!
    - We be leshies

    And most importantly meeting all these lovely people.
    - Hilary: I was so exited to meet you I nearly skipped over to the front desk when you told me you were there. It was amazing meeting you. And I loved that I got to GM for you and you for me!
    - Bret. I'm afraid the force of hilary and me might have let you by the side at some times, but you are an incredibly chill dude. It was great meeting you
    - Crazy drunk minnesota crew. Silberg, Leg'o lamb, Serisan, MrSlanky, the dude I keep confusing for Silberg and the other way around. You're all crazy. And wonderfull. And I hate you all.
    - Adrew Hoskins. OMG. You are insane and wonderfull. Randomly hugging you gave me a lot of needed energy. I loved hanging around you and getting up to shenanigans with you.
    - Rnop. Double whammy. Not only did I get to meet you, but also got to play an awesome game with you. Thank you for enabeling my murderhoboing.
    - And all the others. Judy, Pirate Rob, Majuba, Cosmo, Remco Troost, and all the others I am forgetting. It. Was. Awesome.

    Ps, if John Compton does go full sithlord, I apologise. This one is not on cosmo but on me.

    2/5 5/5

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    Just got home from PaizoCon and looked at my bank account. Ouch! Good news is that I've calculated that if I never, ever spend money on anything ever again, I should be okay.

    Shadow Lodge 5/5

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    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    - Getting people addicted to stroopwafels

    You're an angel.

    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    - Getting people addicted to dutch licorice

    You are no better than Lucifer himself.

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    MisterSlanky wrote:
    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    - Getting people addicted to stroopwafels

    You're an angel.

    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    - Getting people addicted to dutch licorice
    You are no better than Lucifer himself.

    You can blame me for the licorice. I love those things. Thank you again!

    Dark Archive 5/5 5/5

    Also, re the Taldor AP

    sometimes dreams do come true.

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    Leg o' Lamb wrote:
    sometimes dreams do come true.

    Thunderlips died?

    Liberty's Edge 5/5 5/5

    I DID?

    Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

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    MisterSlanky wrote:
    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    - Getting people addicted to stroopwafels

    You're an angel.

    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    - Getting people addicted to dutch licorice
    You are no better than Lucifer himself.

    Aw, you say the nicest things.

    Silver Crusade 2/5 RPG Superstar 2014 Top 16 aka cartmanbeck

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    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    Thank you for being my only sane person. I dobt know how you did it Floater.

    Hey! I was also a sane player!

    Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

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    cartmanbeck wrote:
    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    Thank you for being my only sane person. I dobt know how you did it Floater.
    Hey! I was also a sane player!

    Ok, ok. Tyler is semi-sane :P

    Sovereign Court 5/5 Venture-Captain, North Carolina—Central Region aka Kyrand

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    cartmanbeck wrote:
    Tineke Bolleman wrote:
    Thank you for being my only sane person. I dobt know how you did it Floater.
    Hey! I was also a sane player!

    Said the man playing the Lollipop Chainsaw version of Zarta Dralneen. :-)

    5/5

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    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook Subscriber

    Back to work today.

    I hope everyone else made it home without having to be re-accomodated.

    If you couldn't make it this year, don't worry because next year will be even bigger as PaizoCon goes up to 11!

    Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Netherlands aka Woran

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    At the airport now. Its going to be another fun 9 hours filled with fear.

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    Luckilly we have an insane amount of otters to keep us company. They scanned Tineke's bag twice because they couldn't believe it

    Paizo Employee 5/5 Designer

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    Zach Davis wrote:

    Just made it home from my first PaizoCon. I had the pleasure to play at Tineke's confirmation table, and truly enjoyed meeting and playing with all involved.

    A few of the amazing people I met from these boards include: Tineke, Terry(Hawkshaw), Hilary(Hmm), Kevin Willis, Bret Indrelee, Andrew Hoskins, Guy Martelle, Rob Knop, and Kate Baker.... and that was just Thursday night!

    I had a blast playing lots of Kobold adventures with Tyler Beck. May he receive all the blessings of Aspu.

    The Starfinder Delve was a lot of fun, and I am more excited than ever for the game to release! I ran it four times throughout the day in order to try all the available pre-gens. Thanks to James Sutter, John Compton, Amanda Hammon Kunz, and Logan Bonner for making it such a great experience.

    Mark Seifter stopped by several of my tables to comment, and seemed like a really great guy. By the way Mark the Balrog(and friends) dominated that encounter.

    Thanks to Majuba for the Goblin Brain, and Jon Denning for enhancing my table of Solstice Scar with his paper crane.

    But I think the greatest thing I saw at the Con was Andrew Hoskins trolling Terry during House of Harmonious Wisdom. The look on Terry's face was priceless!!!

    I knew that balor was going to be trouble!

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    Zach Davis wrote wrote:
    But I think the greatest thing I saw at the Con was Andrew Hoskins trolling Terry during House of Harmonious Wisdom. The look on Terry's face was priceless!!!

    Thing was, I was kinda worried any GM would ask to show my credentials and check if my entire character administration would pass muster. So I spend the entire Thursday morning checking everything, checking if everything was correct at the paizo site, and that the characters were loaded into my Ipad, since the wifi was faith based.

    And here I return from a bio break, and Andrew changed my slayer into a aristocrat, and my brain went into:"I am Le Screwed" mode.

    Scarab Sages 3/5 Venture-Agent

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    Oh I sympathize. If I'd been in your shoes I would have been just as freaked out as you, but it was hilarious to watch. I don't THINK Andrew would ever actually change someone's character. Probably.

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