Life has taken a turn recently. Suddenly we are practicing things that are new for a lot of us. Quarantines. Social Distancing. These are terms that many people have been lucky enough to never have experienced before. Most of us would be going to movies, shows, conventions and work right now. However, in order toContinue reading “I Went to a Virtual Convention”
Having started in 2017, PAX Unplugged is the first PAX convention to center entirely around tabletop gaming.
Those of you who know me know that I’m fairly new to the convention scene. My first convention was just two years ago. It was TooManyGames 2017, a small gaming convention in Oaks, PA. After that, I went big at PAX East 2018 and completely overwhelmed myself. Zenkaikon 2018 was my 3rd convention and itContinue reading “Zenkaikon 2019: The Experience”
I recently got to have one of the best experiences of my life thus far. That was my first time at a convention. I am so glad my first con was Zenkaikon in Lancaster, PA. Lancaster is a great town with lots to offer con goers, so it was the perfect place for Zenkaikon. ToContinue reading “Zenkaikon 2018: Thia’s First Con Experience”
I had the absolute pleasure of attending Zenkaikon 2018 this year. I will gush about all the fun that was had for hours. However, I want to talk about a very specific moment. As press, I go there to work. I love going to conventions, but I love them more when I’m working them. IContinue reading “Zenkaikon 2018: Empathy”
My mind is still a buzz from our weekend at Zenkaikon, a convention I will never get tired of talking about, that I absolutely adore, and that I look forward to every year. This is only my second year at Zenkaikon and it did not disappoint. I want to point out something extremely important: whilstContinue reading “Zenkaikon 2018: An Overview”
Yah, I said it.
I can’t help but feel an empty little spot in my soul, a spot known to well as Post Convention Blues.
Real Women of Gaming is getting on the convention beat!
With convention season in full swing, and our own visit to C2E2 coming up in a few weeks, I want to talk a little bit about bullying and harassment at conventions. These events attract a lot of people. In 2014, C2E2 alone boasted about 63,000 attendees. It’s only natural that a few bad eggs will showContinue reading “Anti Bullying with Frags and Beer”