John - Looking forward to seeing HWRR in action. Power is a no go where we are. Guitar Hero may actually be running in another area of the con that runsMessage 1 of 2 , Jan 14, 2009View Source
Looking forward to seeing HWRR in action.
Power is a no go where we are.
Guitar Hero may actually be running in another area of the con that runs console and PC games so your set up would duplicating.
There should be several spare tables in the main hall on Friday and Sunday. I am not sure about Saturday, but I'm guessing there still should be free tables.
Board Gaming looks to be big on Saturday, but there will be not be much on Friday and Sunday. I should have free space in the room that is running HeroClix, but I'm not sure how who will be keeping an eye on your things there. I'm thinking that since there will be open tables in the hall you could keep them with you those days.
Do you want early access to the main hall ahead of time to bring things in when there are less people around? If so let me know.
I hope I've answered your questions?
See you soon,
BTW, that flier looked great.
--- On Tue, 1/13/09, con_troll407 <con_troll407@...> wrote:
From: con_troll407 <con_troll407@...>
Subject: [MegaCon_Gaming] Hot Wheels Race Rally Event
Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009, 3:11 PM
I'm prepping the Hot Wheels Race Rally materials. The track, cars,
tables and extras are all ready. I'm currently constructing a dry-
erase "scoreboard" so that people can see their standing at a glance
as they walk by. (And it also serves as a good way to attract
I'm going on the assumption that power will NOT be available down in
the hall so I'm not going to bring any computers or my PS2 with
Guitar Hero II (which is too bad.) But if this changes, please let
me know. If the convention center offers power in my location for a
reasonable rate (say, no more than $50. for the weekend) then I might
pay for it out of my own pocket.
Besides the HWRR, I also plan to set up my BattleMasters Total War
game down there with me. It will run all weekend. People can sit
down, learn to play, then stop in and play whenever they feel like it.
I will also have a selection of "quick" games for people to pick up
and play (this is where I will need a few tables) whenever they want
to stop by. The rest of my games will be available to loan to
the "boardgame room" wherever that ends up being. If you need a
specific list of what I have to loan, just let me know.