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Started by Kat Miller, March 15, 2006, 04:04:41 PM
Quote from: LordSmerf on March 15, 2006, 05:11:02 PMKat,You may have covered this, but I haven't been able to find it: do you want us to post responses here in the thread, PM you, or email you? Do you even have a preference? I'm sure it's easier on you if all the information winds up in the same place...Thomas
Quote from: Ben Lehman on March 15, 2006, 09:46:24 PMI will not be able to commit to running stuff because of the demands of the booth, but would it be reasonable to swing by and maybe run some stuff catch-as-catch-can at the Games on Demand table?
Quote from: Jason Morningstar on March 16, 2006, 08:14:07 AMI completely want to support this but I have no idea what the demands on my time will be - can any of the experienced hands help me sort that out? As a first-time publisher at my first Gen Con, I really don't know what to expect, and definitely don't want to over commit and let Kat and IGE down. Thoughts?
Quote from: TonyLB on March 16, 2006, 08:47:25 AMIn addition to the schedule for people manning the table, it might well be worth it to have non-designer-folk at the booth who know that they are (for a four hour shift) acting as "runners." Their goal would be to latch on to such groups (or have them handed off by a designer) and to transport them to the GoD table with the candy-like enticement of gaming, then play the game with them. We could give them "customer liaison" badges, or something.
Quote from: LordSmerf on March 16, 2006, 01:09:36 PMOh, another question: you've got one person signed up as an official table manager. I assume that you'd be totally cool with (maybe even encourage) people hanging around while they're not on shift so that they can play and run and help out, right?