By the way - I just wanted to thank all the Dragon*Con Werewolf demonstrators too. I just got back from a trade show where I saw a bunch of retailers and other vendors... and Phil from Paizo MADE SURE to come over to my booth and rave about the wild people we have as Rabbits. He sold out EVERY copy of Werewolf that he had (like 80 or 100 of 'em), and gave out coupons/info cards to a bunch of other people who couldn't get a copy but wanted it. Phil just went on and on about how great a job our Rabbits did - and he made special mention of "That Billy guy in that crazy werewolf suit - he's a madman!! Send more like him!!!"
So, just to let y'all know, I've not only heard on this list here how well Dragon*Con went, I heard it at a trade show in Madison, WI how great you Rabbits are!!
Thanks for making my day, Dragon*Con Rabbits!!
On 9/8/06, Maria Price <mudpuppy1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
We DO have the power! Rabbits unite! I saw you a few times...once or twice with the mask. I did see the tables & the lovely rabbit posters. I neglected to introduce myself & when I was eaten or lynched in AYAW, you weren't in eye sight. I'll make more effort next time. :)
Don't get me wrong, I think things still went VERY well. I was up with AYAW? til they made us leave so the official gaming could start...time to nap & feed. I missed a chunk of the day gaming which was likely when the biggest buzz was around the table. I did introduce some ppl to FLUXX & TONS to AYAW?! All night AYAW? is why I come to DragonCon. A group of us are determined to light that fire at ChattaCon this year! :) Bring on the night howls! :) *harhar*
Keep up the great work & kudos to all the D'Con rabbits! :) --Maria
Billy Brahma <billybrahma@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
How did you miss me? I had 4 tables directly inside the doors of the game
room.. I was so bright you could see me across the world... I barely had
time to breathe from the demo's being run.. I had 3 games going at once at
one time.. I don;t see how Andy does that over and over.. drove me into a
Not sure how to take the Small Presence thing.. bit disappointing.. did you
introduce yourself to me all weekend? I'm not remembering a face with your
name.. and I don't remember a Rabbit named Maria at all at the tables.
We did a rocking sales weekend without the Looney's presence at the
Convention. While they were missed.. It showed that active Rabbits able to
think on there feet can produce Gen-Con sales at any show. WE HAVE THE
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>From: "Maria Price" <
>Reply-To: Rabbits Discussion List <rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: "Rabbits Discussion List" <rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: [Rabbits] [Event] DragonCon 2006 by Phillip Newbury
>Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 19:59:52 -0400
>That's the truth! Other than AYAW? taking over the area after 10PM, there
>didn't seem to be a big presence. I had several ppl express disappointment
>that our favorite Looneys were not present. --Maria
>On 9/5/06, SuperFRED <superfred@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>This is an auto-generated report from SuperFRED regarding an event that
>>Phillip Newbury has submitted.
>>Title: DragonCon 2006
>>Location: Atlanta, GA
>>Date: Sept 1 - 4
>>Helped out Rob in running the demo tables at DragonCon which included
>>demoing Treehouse, Tic Tac Doh, Zendo, Volcano, Chrononaughts, Fluxx(all 3
>>Fluxx backed titles), Ice Towers(table and giant), and Are You a Werewolf?
>>Was glad that Rob as well as the other local rabbits that help were there
>>this year. DragonCon wouldn't have been the same without a looneylabs
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