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When Do Queue Lines Start?
I have looked through the tweets for PAX_lines for their last day, and only saw one tweet about when an actual queue line was starting. To this I am wondering if there is a better way to inform people on when to actually show up for queue lines, to help people make the most of their time at PAX.
Is there any precise way to either notify attendees when a specific queue is starting up, to set a standard time, or have the schedule show when the queue time and the start time of the events?
If there is a system that can be put in place to do this, I think it would really help people get the full PAX experience compared to potentially waiting 4+ hours for the Critical Role signing like my friend suggested we do. I would much rather get in some more tabletop time and head over precisely when the line opens and wait for 2 hours, instead of awkwardly hovering around for a few hours and then wait 2 hours in line.