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Planning a mini RPG convention at a library

Posted by WJWalton on Wed 09 of Sept., 2009 20:03 PDT
Patrick Benson at Gnome Stew is planning a mini RPG convention at his local library, and he's looking for your advice. Visit the post to read more about it and join the discussion, if you are so inclined.

It's a great idea, if planned and executed well. A mini-con like this could be an excellent way to meet new roleplayers in your area and maybe even try out some new RPGs. You could even try to get local game stores and other businesses involved, too.

Have you ever organized a mini-con? Let us know about it!

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