LexiCon, a fan-run all-gaming convention in Lexington, Kentucky, held its second, very successful convention this weekend past, and we were there to join in the fun.
Due to a bit of confusion on our part we weren’t pre-registered for the event (Warhorn.com listed the event and took my registration, even though it wasn’t being used by the LexiCon folks, which I didn’t discover until 4 days before the event started) but the event staff graciously accommodated us and provided a great location to demo Grisleigh End: Estate of Confusion. We were 15 feet from the registration table, so -everybody- came past our spot.
Ran some great games, each with a new happy heir, and received lots of fantastic feedback. Had several requests to run it more times during the con, and to come back for a demo day at the FLGS The Rusty Scabbard. A couple of folks wanted to buy a prototype copy and, of course, lots of people excited about our Kickstarter campaign in 2016! (Not as eager as we are, I’ll bet! 😉
Got to see a previously-unthought-of strategic combination of Action Cards, which is always awesome. We love it when players discover new ways to play the game!
We will definitely have LexiCon on next year’s calendar, and you should, too!