One thought I had. I ran some numbers on just the Legends of Wargaming events and compared to the general numbers as presented by Gizmo: LOW: 56 total events Tournament events: 9 So that's 47 LOW events once you remove the 1 "registrant" tourneys. Of those: 25 Featured LOW events with 207 seats, of which 86 are sold = 42 percent 22 regular LOW events with 262 seats, of which 157 are sold = 60 percent Compare to the general population (incl. LOW): Total FEs: 202 with 1650 seats, of which 1118 are sold = 68 percent And without the LOW events (also, I took out all the volunteer shifts, panels, mixers, lectures, and other non-gaming stuff; some judgment calls, but I think nothing overly controversial for these purposes): Total: 1349 events with 9194 seats, of which 6063 are sold = 66 percent 175 Featured events with 7855 seats, of which 5052 are sold = 64 percent 1174 regular events with 785 1seats, of which 5048 are sold = 64 percent So that means LOW events are 12.5 percent of the total FEs but are coming in much worse in terms of attendance. One of the special things about GaryCon is the wargames and the spirit of honoring D&D's wargaming roots. But I think there should be an effort to keeping the barriers to entry as low as possible for the LOW events. It's already a style of gaming a lot of young people don't know much about and might find intimidating. I would suggest giving serious thought to making fewer LOW events Featured and also considering other ways to lower the barriers to entry, whether it's making easily available PDFs of the rules, tutorial videos, actual-play videos, or other things that incentivize participation in these games rather than making it harder to join them. I used my extra FE ticket to join Little Wars. Space is still available.