Last week, I was hard at work plotting out some D&D 4E Characters for various LFR Events going on at GenCon 2010 this week. But I came to realize I probably will not have much time to actually play much D&D as I had originally thought, as there are just too many other things going on that I do not want to miss!
There are just too many noteworthy seminars and Q&A’s related to 4E going on this year. From the release of the Dark Sun Campaign Setting, to the preview of D&D Essentials, and the new Gamma World RPG, it seems there seems little time for much 4E gaming! Plus I have gotten word back from some PR Reps about some interview opportunities which I simply cannot pass up. Not to give away anything yet, but I will have the honor of addressing some questions to the leaders in both the D&D 4E and GSL Communities, and it is just too tempting to pass up great blog material!
So here is my GenCon 2010 Schedule as it stands thus far:
- 6am to 11 am Drive from Detroit to Indianapolis
- 11am to 1pm Hotel and Convention Registration/Sign in
- 1pm to 3pm Cover D&D Championship
- 3pm to 6pm Exhibition Hall / Meetings & Interviews
- 9am to 12pm Volunteer at the ENnies Information Booth
- 12pm to 2pm D&D Encounters Seminar
- 2pm to 6pm More Exhibition Hall / GenCon Auction / Meetings and Interviews
- 6pm to 8pm ENnies Awards Ceremony
- 10am to 12pm D&D Preview and Q&A Show
- 12pm to 2pm Dark Sun Returns!
- 4pm to 6pm A New D&D Experience: Gamma World Seminar
Frankly, I am very excited to be able to cover the convention this year for my Neuroglyph Games Journal. There is some really amazing reporting to be done at GenCon 2010, considering that the official press release from last night announced there were over 8600 events this year – and I plan to do my best to check it all out!
And it was also announced that pre-registration and badge sale this year exceeded last year’s numbers, so it sounds like I will be rubbing elbows with a whole lot of gamers. As always, if you plan on attending GenCon 2010, and see a guy in shirt with a Neuroglyph Games logo on it, be sure to stop me and say “hello”. I am looking forward to meeting with my fellow gamers at the convention, and I welcome the chance to chat and get their perspective on “the Best Four Days of Gaming”!
So until next blog… which will be from GenCon 2010… I wish you Happy Gaming!