Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Dragonflight 2013--The Convention and the Movie

(Image:  Dragon Flight's Convention Guide)
A few weeks ago, my friend Joe and I took a roadtrip up to Bellevue, WA to attend at the Saturday portion of this year's Dragonflight (#34).  The convention was sponsored by...

Because of our busy work schedules Joe and I missed the on-line gaming reservations, so we were hoping if we arrived early enough we'd get a chance to sign up for Here I Stand

We were on the road early enough to get through a construction detour in Renton, arrive before the front desk opened and grab a quick breakfast.  But alas, despite our best laid plans and efforts, the two remaining spots not absorbed by on-line registrants were already taken by the time we got to the sign-up sheets .  Or as Maxwell Smart always said:  Missed it by that much.
So we sought solace in other games.  We ended up playing Last Night on Earth, hosted by Chris Ewick, owner of The Game Matrix.
Afterwards, we got a chance to playtest GMT's upcoming game:  Triumph and Tragedy, hosted by Cory.
 The outcomes of both games will be the subject of future posts.  In the meantime, I just finished uploading Stern Rake Studio's 30th YouTube movie:  Dragonflight 2013, so you can get a gist of the convention's activities.


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Anonymous said...

Hi Ted,

A rare visit to facebook led me here. A minor point of order. Dragonflight isn't sponsored by Metro Seattle Gamers. Dragonflight, Inc. runs Metro Seattle Gamers and the Dragonflight Convention.