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I just returned from Pacificon Game Expo, a game convention hosting ~1250 attendees for four days over Labor Day Weekend at the Marriott in Santa Clara (Just a 20-sided dies throw away from Great Adventure).

First let me say that Pacificon is a very good area game convention. It hasn’t quite caught up to my favorite, Kublacon, which

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I ran my game in costume, but I didn’t get a picture of myself. Hopefully they’ll put me on their website for next year.


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I attended two seminars by Joseph Miranda, game designer, historian, writer and editor at Strategy & Tactics. One lecture – on key WWII decisions and turning points – gave me an idea for a new card game where players try to pull off an assassination of Adolf Hitler. After the other seminar – about “what’s new in wargame design” – I showed Joe and Alan Emrich my prototype post-oil, post-climate change riff on Axis & Allies. They didn’t like it, but Joe saw something in it and encouraged me to try and adapt it as a modern insurgency game.

I also played in the funniest game I have ever been in, a DCC adventure run by Ed Allen (who one-upped me with his story of playing D&D with E. Gary at a midwest con many years ago). Two of Ed’s long-time gaming buddies, Martin and Barry were in attendance and are they funny! Martin was loud and brash and Barry was slyly droll.

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Finally, I played in Greg Marker’s GIANT, 18-player, 15mm Pirates of the Carob Bean Sea game. I’ll let the pictures do my talking: