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Greetings from Ravenholm.


Many banquet halls separated a sea of table-top gamers. I always misspell separated as seperated, and I rarely misspell without a typo.


Whoville.


My friend Charasan.


Felicia Day.


Felicia and that other girl from The Guild.


TF2 Scout.


Cobra Comander.


Larry Elmore. Poorly focused.


Cosplay. Yu-Gi-Oh or something.


Fantastic artists were present.


Focusing was an issue. My camera hates auditorium lights.




Mr. R.A. Salvatore. He had this look on his face a lot.




Billy Tackett's booth.


Shane Moore (author The Abyss Walker series). Very cool guy.


Billy Tackett (cover-artist of The Abyss Walker series) signing for me.


The Simpsons' ComicBookGuy worked at the Troma Films booth.


DIE!


Assassin's Creed.


Lego.


A couple of obscure companies called Dunjuns and Dragins and Magic Tricks or something. I didn't see any magic tricks.


Bite me. Vampire: The Masquerade lounge.


World of Warcraft tabletop gaming lessons.


WHEAAATONNNN!


Margaret Weis. She signed my Dragonlance Trilogy.




Ed Greenwood, well-metting my book.


And some other person's book.


That guy again.


Drow.


I want these people at my Halloween party. Other than the obvious condensation of talent, I love conventions like this because of the display of imagination that Halloween similarly invokes.


I mistook this Time Lord for Ming the Merciless. Whoops. He was nice about it though.


Charasan took a photo of me at lunch. There is an ugly-ass painting behind me and my flattering pose gave me three chins. M-O-O-N...that spells time for a diet.


I carried around about 60lbs. of schwag from the convention, including a Star Wars Definitive Edition Laser Disc Box Set I picked up for $10.00 in perfect condition, Ed Greenwood's Elminster Must Die, Weis's Dragonlance Trilogy, Moore's first two Abyss Walker books, and a Cthulu sticker.

I hope the attendees of the Star Wars Celebration in Orlando share their photos for the geeks that can't attend. I feel fortunate to have the few events like this that hit the midwest relatively close.
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