Discussion 37: GenCon 2012 Recap

Kevin, Troll, Allegra, CJ, and Kat discuss their experiences at this year’s GenCon. It was Allegra, Kat, and CJ’s first time, and as always, a great time was had by all.

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7 Responses to “Discussion 37: GenCon 2012 Recap”

  1. Jason Morningstar Says:

    Ha ha you guys, sorry to wound your pride! Let’s talk about the difference between a replay and an AP podcast some time! (We can also talk about my personal bias and blind spots…)

  2. Kevin Weiser Says:

    Jason,

    I noticed both Durance and Fiasco make use of the “Replay” format. So, yes, let’s discuss why you like them so much and how they’re different from an AP podcast in our upcoming interview!

  3. Mitch Lawrence Says:

    Hey guys, thanks for playing and discussing my game. Also thanks to Troll for squeezing me in his Durance game, my character’s legs were the first victim of the dreaded space syphilis.

  4. Megan Says:

    Hi guys –

    Now that I’m all recovered from my post-GenCon surgery, I’m finally making it through all my queued up podcasts. Thanks for coming to the Glitter Guild show! We have lots of fun with that one.

    The first Doctor Who act was Lola Getz with her extensive selection of Doctor props. Lula Houp-Garou’s Tardis-tease was the other one.

    If you’re ever in Chicago and want to see some super nerdlesque, MsPixy is the artistic director of Gorilla Tango Burlesque and writes/directs a number of their shows. She’s about to open a Walking Dead burlesque show (who can resist glitter zombies?) and will soon have their Star Wars sequel show, The Empire Brings Sexy Back, in rotation. They can also be seen at other conventions, like C2E2 and the Chicago Comic Con.

    Also, for those folks that actually live in Indy, Angel Burlesque has semi-monthly shows at a variety of venues, including NERDGASM, which is exactly what you’d think a burlesque show with that name would be.

    And for those that live in St. Louis and would like to master “The Allegra” for themselves, Ricky Phoenix teaches classes at the Michelle Mynx Academy of Pole Dance. Classes are open to both men and women, in case there are any guys out there that would like to develop a Venom act to bookend Ricky’s Spider-Man one.

    hooray for boobs,
    Megan o’ the Jank Cast
    aka Paris Green

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  6. Jason Pitre Says:

    It was a real pleasure to hang out with you fine folks at GenCon and I am glad you enjoyed he world building fun!

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