zzzeagle wrote: »
I also am considering bringing Viticulture w/Tuscany. But I do not know how to play yet. Anyone willing to teach me?
RealPlumpBox wrote: »
I can not attend PAX this year but I still may hit this up. It is great since I work in the building right across from the hotel on 6th (US Bank Centre)
chadum wrote: »
How many folks were there?
ReploidArmada wrote: »
In case anyone's still following this thread post-con: We seem to have run into another issue regarding the Pre-PAX board game thing last Thursday. The copy of Epic Spell Wars 2 Lexi handed me from the game library actually wasn't my copy, since I was contacted by the person who was holding onto it yesterday trying to get a hold of me to return it. I met up with the fellow a few minutes ago and received my own back, but he told me the copy I got from you wasn't his, either, so I'm guessing what happened was that the two games got mixed up somehow while being returned. Point being, I now have two copies of Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards: Rumble at Castle Tentakill.
If someone here also brought said game with them to the Sheraton, and it didn't return home with them, let me know. We might be able to arrange for transport or shipping.
vespachica wrote: »
@LexiconGrrl - Thank you so much for coordinating this event year after year even though this one seemed like it might have gotten a little tricky. The fact that the Sheraton bent over backwards to get us enough space to play really speaks to a) your professionalism in dealing with them; and b) them making at least enough money from us to make it worth it. Paxmas Eve, indeed.
chaosisorder wrote: »
Thank you again for organizing, @LexiconGrrl - was a good time.
For marking your games, we put business cards in clear self adhesive card holders in the lids. That way if we get rid of the game, the worst thing is a clear, plastic business card slot. It is handy for events like this and when you have similar collections to the people you play with often.