Memories of CalCon 2010: Part 1

CalCon is a local games convention which ran last weekend.  A brief story (one among many) that comes to mind:

We were getting near the end of an RPGA D&D 4e adventure, and we’d been playing for about three hours solid, and the DM set up the last battlemat and described the scene.  He was using generic monster counters, numbered, instead of miniatures.

After three rounds of combat, I finally noticed — hey, you never told us what we’re actually fighting!  Laughter and chagrin all around.  Oh, it’s goblins, like we were fighting before.  Okay.

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4 Responses to “Memories of CalCon 2010: Part 1”

  1. A Paladin In Citadel Says:

    Was that friday night?

  2. rogercarbol Says:

    I think it might have been… it’s all a bit of a blur of rolling dice and dying monsters. Quite possibly, though.

  3. A Paladin In Citadel Says:

    LOL! Did you see Pat at CalCon? I didn’t see him friday night, and I wasn’t back after that.

  4. p_armstrong Says:

    I was there on Friday just to pick up my badge, etc. I stopped by the RPG room but Chris and the gang said I just missed you.

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