So with the annual community traditions being some of the best parts of PAX, I thought it might be fun to start another one, 1000 blank white cards!
If you aren't familiar with the game, here's a link to a couple explanations. It's a rather free form game, so everybody has their own twist on the rules.http://dh.elsewhere.org/discordian/bwcards.html/http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/4550/1000-blank-white-cards
Basically though, the only rules are: Everyone is dealt X number of cards to start, on your turn, you draw a card and play a card. If you have a blank card, fill it in during the game. The person with the most points at the end of the game wins. The fun comes making the cards to be played with, there a few restrictions as to what a card can be. At the end of the game, the good cards are kept for future games and the crappy cards are not. The next time you play, you use a mix of new cards and cards kept from the previous deck. You continue building the deck until you hit 1000 cards, and then start over. It's much more about having fun coming up with silly and fun cards than it is playing to win. It's also a decent ice breaker type game for those looking to meet new con friends.
If there's enough interest, I think I want to start a PAX deck. People can bring in created cards and I'll hand out cards as I go along at the con for people to fill out and bring to the game (cause people like getting free handouts at PAX, right?). Just seeing who might be interested, if anybody has ever regularly played the game, what sorts of rules people use to play the game, etc...