High light: Walking through the con and just stopping and talking to people be they friends, fans or other pros.
Low light: Many of the seminars and panels were sparsely attended. Everyone was too busy playing games, I guess.
Best experience: The Milwaukee Company of Gamers bringing their truck full of games and letting me play games that I might take home at a later con.
Worst experience: Save Game and Atomic Robo were underattended. Ghostbusters Fate rocked, so maybe more Fate adaptations of popular media to get people on board with trying it out.
Best bargain (had to buy it, no freebies): Both the silent auction and the trade booth allowed me to get some good deals without spending money.
Best Freebie: My business dinner with Jason Hardy, the Shadowrun developer, about [REDACTED].
Most welcome surprise: Meeting fans of this very blog. Sometimes, writing can feel like you're just screaming into the darkness. It's nice to see I connect with people and that they care enough to seek me out.
Most unwelcome surprise: The scratch in my passenger door that one of the hotel guests left on Snubfighter.
Feng Shui 2
Tales of the Arabian Nights
Coolest booth and why: The con shirt makers could customize your shirts at the show. I know have a shirt with my Twitter handle on it!
Strangest moment: Having a small but fierce following show up at my various events. You guys rock.
Favorite item available in the Exhibit Hall: Dojo, a card drafting kung fu battle game, is now on Kickstarter.
Pathfinder Card Game packs
Forbidden Lore Eldritch Lore expansion
Stuff got for free:
Guest of Honor experience
Nexus plastic cup
Stuff that was wanted that was unavailable:
I'd love to see more board game prototypes at the show.
Things to buy after Nexus:
Colt Express is likely going to punch, shoot and run its way into my game library.
Likely to pick up the expansions for Eldritch Horror, which I enjoyed much more than it's older sibling.
"Acquire! Acquire! Acquire!"