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TOPIC: True Dungeon in SoCal

True Dungeon in SoCal 15 years 9 months ago #13

I believe, but have not confirmed, that there are still slots left. We have been so busy setting up for the last two days that I have not had a chance to look at, or request a status report from Gencon. They just got their system up an running today. Our experience last year was that Thursday was slow to fill with Friday and Saturday pretty much filling up as the Con progressed.

You should be able to get in on a game if your schedule is flexible, but you will need to register with the Con first as was mentioned.

The groups that are thrown together with mixed ages do as well as those who are close nit and have been gaming together a long time. You willingness to be flexible will ensure you have a good time.

I hope you enjoy it.

Dave
You should know better than to pick up a duck in a dungeon....

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True Dungeon in SoCal 15 years 9 months ago #14

Well that good to hear. Thank you guys for responding so quick. I have the next 4 days off so I will have plenty of time before work next week.
So I think I will go early and get a badge and then look around.
I thought you couldnt sign up for TD till after noon. That is what the poster says.
If that is not the case and you can reg early I will be their in the a.m.
Just so I understand , do games start as of the early A.M. tomorrow or do they start after noon?
Thanks for all your help. Hope to see you there. ;)

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True Dungeon in SoCal 15 years 9 months ago #15

The first slot to actually play True Dungeon is at noon, but since you buy your tickets from Gencon you can get them as soon at the booths open downstairs, which I believe is 8 or 9am.

Lee
bur BUR bur BUR<br /><br />PS I can't spell, don't be suprised when you read my posts...<br /><br />Head D.I.N.O.

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True Dungeon in SoCal 15 years 9 months ago #16

So gemini, did you go? How did you do?

- Koralk
- Koralk<br />TD Wizard Extraordinaire

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True Dungeon in SoCal 15 years 9 months ago #17

It's been my observation that "newbies' tend to do better than those who are experienced with D&D. Why? Because the the experienced ones tend to over think their responces.

That's not entirely correct I don't think. I'm well versed in D&D and I've done fine with my party in TD both times I've gone. Both times our party made it through.

I suppose people who don't do much roleplaying other than D&D will have some trouble breaking habits, but any roleplayer with a spark of inginuity will find themselves well at home in True Dungeon.

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