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Re: Bad Gen Con News.

From: Michael T Miserendino <MTMiserendino@l...>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 11:26:00 -0500
Subject: Re: Bad Gen Con News.

The new convention center is still not conplete, but I would think by
the expanded areas should be available.  Placement of the miniatures
for the last two years has not been pleasant.  The addition of the
bunch of RPG'ers in the same hall was really annoying.

If the miniatures area was moved close to the main hall especially the 
exhibits, it would be well received.  I think the placement made a lot
of us 
feel like miniatures gaming is not as welcome as other events.	Wonder
this was part of the reason why Sci-Fi Supply didn't show up.

I do remember having fun trying to get a room the first year I attended.
Now I always pre-register very early!  You would think someone might
up a new hotel or two.


Michael Miserendino
Senior Software Engineer
Lincoln Re

>>> owner-gzg-l@CSUA.Berkeley.EDU at internet 11/23/99 10:42AM >>>
> Thanks a lot WoTC! :-(

I disagree. GenCon has, in recent years, outgrown the Milwaukee
Center. All you have to do is look at where the miniature events have
for the last few years.

Indianapolis will allow us to regain our place beside the rest, as
to being relegated to the boondocks.

This means more and better press for miniature games, which have the
visual impact anyway.

Thanx WoTC :-)


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