I think its safe to say that I'm a wargamer at heart, rather than a roleplayer. That's not to say that I've actually played a wargame in over five years, but instead to say that I just seem to spend more time painting miniatures and creating terrain than I do actually preparing adventures for my game group. In fact, I don't think I've actually played Warhammer since 2007.
That said, I've finally finished painting all my Dungeon Tiles terrain from the very successful Dwarven Forge Kickstarter (that I dropped way too much money on), and I figured I'd upload a few pics.
Its Sunday here at GameHoleCon and I have already endured two solid days of gaming majesty, with another game yet on the horizon in a few hours. In the meantime, let me give you a run down about how epic this convention has been here in Madison, WI.
Finally GameholeCon has come to Madison! Pull out your pencils, polish off your dice, and roll on over to the Sheraton to come check out the festivities!
I was going over my schedule last night and realized I signed up for only three actual rpg events. However I signed up for five Seminars. Five Seminars? At a 'con?! I was going to see if I could swap some for some more games, but then I re-read the seminar descriptions and they all sound interesting. So yeah, I'm going to go attend five seminars at a gaming convention. I must be getting old.
But hey, at least I get to play in the Dungeon Bastard's Insurmountable Gauntlet of Doom on Saturday night!