GaryCon III Convention Photos

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mark, Mar 25, 2011.

  1. JediSoth

    JediSoth Troubadour

    Pic #119 is the best shot of me. I may have been unleashing electric blue death upon the PCs (via Blue Dragon) at that very moment. And #152 has a shot of my wife and I in Jim Ward's Metamorphosis Alpha game (I'm doing something to my AWESOME hand-made scale mail dice bag). It's a rare shot of a non-gamer spouse looking like she's having a good time playing an RPG (not because it's rare to have fun, but because it's rare to get a picture of a non-gamer spouse playing an RPG).
  2. wyrdbrew

    wyrdbrew Level 0 Character

    I'm in three of those pictures. The first one with Tavis running the terrain challenge. I was in the top right corner and two are from behind. I'm the guy with the long brown hair. Wearing a yellow shirt up toward the top of the thread and in a brown shirt in the picture with Jim Ward.
  3. a flannel shirt

    a flannel shirt Footpad

    I agree to that, my wife isn't a gamer. It would be even more rare (is that proper English?) to even get a picture of her at a gaming table let alone playing. I am a little envious of gamers that have spouses as gamers. But also it is my way to get away.
  4. diaglo

    diaglo Chevalier

  5. rossik

    rossik Footpad

    loved the "TSR" logo thing used around the neck :D
  6. dndgeek

    dndgeek Troubadour

    Which pic?
  7. rossik

    rossik Footpad

    here is it:

    its kind of a necklace used to put your name card (sorry, thats the best my english can do right now, hehe)
  8. mark

    mark Spellbinder

    Hiya, rossik!

    We call that a "lanyard"

    IIANM, the white ones were for VIPs, the Red ones for Staff, the Black ones for DMs, and the blue were for all other attendees. (Is that right, everyone?)
  9. Dale

    Dale Administrator

    The white lanyards were for TSR employees. :D
  10. rossik

    rossik Footpad

    thanks mark!

    but only th white ones used the TSR logos, right?
  11. the keeper

    the keeper Spellbinder

  12. dndgeek

    dndgeek Troubadour

    I'm permanently stamped with a TSR logo anyway. :cool:
  13. kersus

    kersus Footpad

    Great pick! That's me in the corner - red shirt. Fantastic game session! Thanks for the taking that picture.
  14. rossik

    rossik Footpad

    all of you were "red shirts" in this game, no? ;) ;) ;)
    (star trek pun)
  15. prolificvoid

    prolificvoid Troubadour

    Re: TSR lanyard

    Those are definitely cool - they were a special lanyard only given to former TSR employees.
    Very nice.

    LATER EDIT: Haha...James = Echo Man. Eeewps!
  16. mark

    mark Spellbinder

    Thanks for the clarification on the lanyards.

    BTW, people should feel free to caption any photos in which you are present, by way of the comments, and as time goes by I will add all info into the regular caption of the photo. Not a perfect solution but it will work in some cases, I hope. (Thanks in advance.)
  17. extsr

    extsr Chevalier


    NDP1-8 @ the Next Door Pub Thurs dinnertime

    1 EGG

    2 Kask

    3 Wham

    4 Alex G

    5-6 Steve Sullivan

    6 Elise G

    7 overview

    8 Ward


    S1-14 onsite @ the Lodge

    1-5 misc gaming



    6 P Stormberg (L facing) & Jon Pickens (greyhair R)

    7 ConReg, Jean Wells seated w Stormberg


    8 LeMans


    9-11 misc gaming


    12 Bill Willingham (L) V&V with Jeff Dee (R, orange jacket) and others


    13 Grodog's Greyhawk


    14 Orc's Drift with Kevin

  18. red wizard

    red wizard Troubadour

    I see Chainsaw's first pic captured me running my Star Frontier's game. Other then that one, I'm the guy in the grey hat playing Ticket to Ride with Frank. My coat soon displayed destructive powers and was thus removed partway through that game.
  19. jeffery st. clair

    jeffery st. clair Troubadour

    A big thanks to any and all who caught me either playing or running a game. My Con scrapbook continues to grow!

  20. grodog

    grodog Troubadour

    Hmmm, apparently so, sorry: I thought the "everyone" security setting meant, well, everyone....

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