|I ease up to my table and Phil comes over and
asks me if I want to play in his Pathfinder game
but I explain I'm at the convention to run CoC.
His eyes widen and he whispers, "Cthulhu..."
and he slowly backed up and I never spoke with
|The chairs in this room were by far the
most comfortable chairs I've ever had at a
con. They even reclined!
Now the bad news, even though it's
something that's easily possible, the Events
Coordinator refuses to ensure a spot for me
near an outlet and also threatens something
about extension cords. This spells doom for
the monitor and laptop guy right? WRONG
BIOTCH! Say hello to my little friend! I
have 350 watt hours at my disposal which is
plenty to power my gear for this game.
Ha! No extension cords needed!
|I was sweating out having no players when
these guys from Chicago showed up to
rescue me! These guys were a lot of fun.
Not pictured is Chicago guy #3 but that's
OK because he was not as fun as the first
two anyway. These guys had a hilarious
comment about every event picture I
showed them and I struggled to keep up
with the wit.
The young lady pictured here didn't care for
their salty language but she had no trouble
maintaining her independence and survived
the game. Not all of the Chi-town guys did...
|Friends GrandCon 2018 Saturday was
interesting. I breezed through will call and you
can see why. The number one positive note to
reviews was that this convention is not crowded
like Gen Con. I'll agree with that 100% but now
I'm worried there aren't enough players for all
of the games and even more specifically, my
This is primarily a boardgame convention but
they grudgingly supply space for RPGs. By that
I mean they supply space for Pathfinder
organized events and then even more grudgingly
supply space for other stuff. That's where I
come in trying to run my little Call of Cthulhu