|Boardgame room (click picture for 360° view)|
|Miniature Area (click picture for 360° view)|
This is the second year of the convention with a smaller attendance compared to GenghisCon or Tacticon conventions. This is not a bad thing. Probably easier to manage all the action.
Some positives about this convention:
- Cheaper. Weekend badge comparison: Genghis Con 2019, $52.80 and Hexacon 2019, $25.00.
- I was NOT forced to pay for a weekend badge when I only wanted to attend to run a single game.
- Boardgaming room was humming with activity and had lots of games to choose from the library. RPG areas looked very active.
- Miniature area was in a quiet open area. Lots of visibility for gamers walking by.
- The RPG rooms appeared to be pretty tight and potentially loud.
- Almost no vendors with little stock, but maybe that is just me not seeing anything of interest.
- Attendance on a Saturday afternoon appeared to be light based on the space available. I had two players for my game that supported four.
|Ancients miniature game|
Gaming not found at the convention (not necessarily a bad thing):
- Dedicated train game area
- 40k games or tournament
- Video games
I think this convention has a lot of potential and I look forward to running games at the convention in the future.