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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #13

I have to hope that there are other people I know that bought full runs, and are kind enough to let me join them. Especially with my Vol schedule.

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #14

raptorov wrote: I have some of the sealed pack runs in my wishlist too, which are now redundant since my friend got one.
If i get them, does anyone want them, or should i just return them?


Is it a full run, because yes I would take it. We are getting desprate.

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #15

Yea! I got a ticket for ToT right after my volunteer shift. But that was all.
Wir sind Glücksritter
Wir stürzen die Tyrannen

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #16

Gen con site is sllooowwww. I was able to get into all 3 runs so I'm very happy (I'll be at TD HQ for 7.5 hours though lol). My question is: how do I transfer a ticket? Or is it necessary? I purchased them under myself for each one going. So a ticket for me, me, me...do I check them in at the start or do I have to transfer?
Two Tongues

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #17

Got into Darkhold and BBT. Just need a Friday morning ToT. I'll be lurking around the forums looking for 2 tickets.

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #18

Joshua Parde wrote: My question is: how do I transfer a ticket? Or is it necessary? I purchased them under myself for each one going. So a ticket for me, me, me...do I check them in at the start or do I have to transfer?


You'll have to add who you want to transfer the ticket to as a friend in your Gen Con account. Then in your account where it shows you the tickets you have (My Packets, I think it's called, but GC's site is swamped right now and I can't verify), it'll give you the option to transfer a ticket to anyone on your friends list. Also, just so you know, it's not like TD.events transfers, where you can still see the ticket and un-transfer it if you need to. Once a Gen Con ticket is transferred, the new holder completely owns the ticket and the only way to get it back is for the other person to transfer it back to you themself.

You don't have to transfer tickets if you don't want to. When you check in for the run, TD can see the number of tickets you have when they scan your badge. They will want to see signed waivers from everyone before they give you the wristbands, though, so it does mean that you have to gather everyone you're holding a ticket for and check everyone in at once.

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #19

No TD runs. Absolutely nothing. Brutal...
"Many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on our point of view" - Obi Wan Kenobi

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #20

Only got 1 TOT. :(
"Nice guys finish last but at least they finish"

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #21

Andrew Knoll wrote:

Joshua Parde wrote: My question is: how do I transfer a ticket? Or is it necessary? I purchased them under myself for each one going. So a ticket for me, me, me...do I check them in at the start or do I have to transfer?


You'll have to add who you want to transfer the ticket to as a friend in your Gen Con account. Then in your account where it shows you the tickets you have (My Packets, I think it's called, but GC's site is swamped right now and I can't verify), it'll give you the option to transfer a ticket to anyone on your friends list. Also, just so you know, it's not like TD.events transfers, where you can still see the ticket and un-transfer it if you need to. Once a Gen Con ticket is transferred, the new holder completely owns the ticket and the only way to get it back is for the other person to transfer it back to you themself.

You don't have to transfer tickets if you don't want to. When you check in for the run, TD can see the number of tickets you have when they scan your badge. They will want to see signed waivers from everyone before they give you the wristbands, though, so it does mean that you have to gather everyone you're holding a ticket for and check everyone in at once.

Thank you! If I don't have to transfer that's good. And everyone will be there for check in because we are staying together lol.
Two Tongues

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #22

Horrible. As volunteers my son and I were limited to the morning runs. We got nothing.

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #23

utterly stuffed.

it's honestly not worth me buying tokens to do 1 sealed pack run this year.

that's all I could get.
*mental note* always listen to Jeff

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How did ya do? How did the Gen Con process go for you? 1 year 1 month ago #24

SImilar to others, not too good this year. After much reloading we could not find a ToT run open for 3 people in my group (had 2 others that wanted to try as well).

I did manage to get the 3 of us into a Darkhold and Barb Beard run though so looking forward to those at least :)

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