The games were all pretty great. I played with Ed Greenwood, which was awesome, especially when he told me I solved a puzzle faster than anyone ever had in that game (yay me!). BEASTMASTERS OF YAGGA-MOR! by the Dungeon Bastard was an absolute blast! Crrrraaaaaaaaazy game! Just when you thought it was over-the-top, it went even more overer-the-topper! Cannot recommend playing in his games highly enough. (I mean his games suck, don't sign up for them-- at least not until I claim my spot
) Saturday night, my dice decided they hated me. I played KISS-Tastrophe, which was a Marvel Super Heroes game and as such only uses percentage dice. Towards the end, it didn't matter which die I used as my tens die, it would roll 0. Old dice, new dice I got at the con- made no difference. I had far more single-digit rolls than humanly possible in that game- I pretty much was reduced to a meat shield as everything
I tried failed in the last half-hour of the game, but it was still a lot of fun. Michael Browne's games are always interesting to see, this was the first I had actually played in. (And having Harold Johnson playing Peter Criss didn't hurt). I pretty much enjoyed every game I played, but for various reasons, these were the gaming moments that stand out the most for me.
The one negative I had was a game where character creation took up way
too much of the slotted time. Pregens (multiple copies if running the game more than once) would have been immensely helpful. If we are going to be expected to create characters, please mention it in the description so we can bring a character or try to look over options in advance so we at least have some idea what we want to play.