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 on: July 26, 2017, 12:09:08 PM 
Started by SmallRealities - Last post by Dragontologist
Hi Jim,
Unfortunately, hot dishes are not possible in our Staff Suite because of our contract with the hotel. Just getting to have food there at all was a big deal! I'm not sure that a meal planner would necessarily help with feeding anyone, since we can't cook in the room. However, we can post what meals will be available in Staff Suite more publicly, so you can see what day you can find specific meals. I hope that helps!
--Andy

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 on: July 25, 2017, 02:31:46 PM 
Started by SmallRealities - Last post by SmallRealities
I am a fan of deviled eggs, falafel and cold cuts, but I would be interested in some alternate items in the future. I realise there are certain limitations that are being worked within.

Would it be possible to do a hot dish for dinner meals (something as simple as a pasta)? I've seen crockpots in staff suite before, but they were always empty.

This might be infeasible, but what about a meal planner for GMs and Staff? You could use a google form to see who is going to eat at specific meal times in staff suite.

I know how much work it is managing staff suite (and staffing the con in general) and they do a good job already. I'm just throwing out some ideas.

-Jim Williamson

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 on: July 02, 2017, 04:31:31 PM 
Started by Compsci1550 - Last post by Dragontologist
I'm including some other great family friendly events below:

S0896: The Incredible Llama Toss. Join the staff of Double Exposure as we ride herd on an event that has been going on since the turtles have come home and as usual, we still don't have a clue what we're doing. Saturday, 8:00AM - 9:00AM; One Session; All Materials Provided. Beginners Welcome; Very Silly, 18 & Over ONLY.

L0023: "Fort Builder/Capture the Flag" presented by Robert Dixon. Choose your team, build your fort, and capture the flag! Players will have a set period of time to build their base with materials provided (boxes, duct tape, PVC, etc.) and then will have to defend their base from enemy attack while stealing the enemy flag, and also reacting to surprise events happening during the rounds. Played with combat safe boffer weapons and Nerf Weaponry. A stupid, fun game, not meant to be taken seriously. Friday, 2:00PM - 6:00PM; One Round; All Materials Offered. Beginners ONLY; Silly, Under 18 Requires Parental Clearance.

B0473: Dimension (Training). An Envoy Event! Dimension is a fast-paced, innovative puzzle game that takes place in three dimensions with 60 colorful spheres. All of the players play at the same time. Everybody tries to position the spheres on their trays to earn as many points as possible. The task cards indicate how the spheres must be placed to earn points. Complete these tasks while racing against the timer. You get a point for each sphere you use and a bonus token for using all five colors, but you lose two points for each task card you don't follow correctly. Prove to your opponents that you are the master of multi-dimensional thinking! This is a special training session intended to prepare players for the Northeast Regional Championship. Thursday, 11:00AM - 1:00PM; One Session; All Materials Provided. Beginners ONLY; Fun, All Ages.

B0513: The Game of 49 (Training). An Envoy Event! Starting with $49 apiece, players in The Game of 49 bid to buy spaces on the 49-square (7-by-7) game board. Randomly drawn number cards are auctioned one at a time, with the highest bidder placing a chip on the matching board space. Wild/Payoff cards give players a choice of where to place their chip and also award cash to all players for their chips on the board: $7 per chip, with a payoff maximum of $49. The first player to claim four spaces in a row, in any direction, wins. This is a special training session intended to prepare players for the Northeast Regional Championship. Thursday, 2:00PM - 4:00PM; One Session; All Materials Provided. Beginners ONLY; Fun, All Ages.

M0553: The Novice Miniatures Painting Workshop. Always wanted to learn how to paint your own miniatures? Having trouble trying to bring your work to the next level? Tired of having miniatures fielded on a table in just primer? Well come and sit in or take part in our workshops! Paints, brushes, and miniature provided! If you like in our advanced workshop, bring current work or continue the same piece as we go into further detailing and special effects. Children are enthusiastically welcome to take part! Don't forget, you get to take home your free mini! Thursday, 6:00PM - 8:00PM; One Session; All Materials Provided. Beginners ONLY; Very Serious, All Ages.

S0642: "Two Hours of Non-Structured Block Building Time" presented by Robert Dixon. Everybody likes to play with blocks! Bring some blocks and hang out at a table with other people playing with blocks. Wooden blocks, LEGOs, DUPLO, Lincoln Logs, Capsella, Tinkertoys, whatever! Some blocks will be provided, but also bring your own! Thursday, 12:00AM - 2:00AM; One Session; All Materials Offered. Beginners ONLY; Silly, All Ages.

S0480: "Magikarp is Beautiful" presented by Janice Mallardi, Andrew Sirkin. Paint your fish to the best of your ability. Your fish will be judged on quality and how much fun you had painting! Paints, brushes, and fish are supplied. Fun for all ages! Thursday, 1:00PM - 2:00PM; One Session; All Materials Provided. Beginners Welcome; Silly, All Ages.

S0591: "Beautiful Magikarp Bounce!" presented by Janice Mallardi, Andrew Sirkin. You take your beautiful fish and compete for the best bounce! Highest bounce wins! "Magikarp are often regarded as useless, but they just keep jumping anyway! Isn't that so inspiring!?" This event is modeled after the game Magikarp Jump, but this is NOT an electronic game. Thursday, 8:00PM - 10:00PM; One Session; All Materials Provided. Beginners Welcome; Silly, All Ages.

V0724: Pokemon Go!; "A Walk in the Park" presented by Janice Mallardi. Let's take a pokewalk in the park! We walk as a group to the nearby park and catch Pokemon in the wilds of Morristown NJ! People 16 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult. You'll need a comfortable pair of shoes and a handheld "smart" device with Pokemon Go already installed. (If you need assistance with installation come 10 minutes early so staff can assist you) Sunblock, bottle of water, Pokemon gear/cosplay highly encouraged! Friday, 1:00PM - 2:00PM; One Session; Bring Your Own Materials. Beginners Welcome; Fun, Under 18 Requires Parental Clearance. See Also: V0982.

V0982: Pokemon Go!; "A Walk in the Park" presented by Janice Mallardi. See V0724. Saturday, 1:00PM - 2:00PM; One Session.

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 on: July 01, 2017, 03:20:07 PM 
Started by Compsci1550 - Last post by Compsci1550
R0200: Call of Catthulhu; "The Worlds of Catthulhu" presented by David Leciston. Welcome to the Realm of Fuiry! Enter the faerie court of Queen Catania and hear of the needs of the court and advance your status with the court and Queen Catania of course! Are you a winged Aerialist, mysterious Changeling, sociable Courtier, battling Knight, or bizarre Sorcerer. Call of Catthulhu in an alternate world setting. Cats rule, but not all cats are created equal. Earn your way up the ruling class by appropriate acts. This event will use the INCREDIBLE 3-D Terrain from Legendary Realms! Thursday, 9:00AM - 1:00PM; One Round; All Materials Provided. Beginners Welcome; Fun, All Ages. See Also: R0249, R0313, R0371.

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 on: June 28, 2017, 02:54:56 PM 
Started by WCA - Last post by WCA
The forms look good. Thank you. I do see 2 ways to improve them.

1. The FAQ says 20 lots per user. It is 10 now.

2. The FAQ could mention that games should be clean. I remember seeing someone try to submit a dust-covered game.

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 on: June 23, 2017, 08:48:02 PM 
Started by WCA - Last post by dsamuels
Here is the Auction FAQ.  Please let me know if you have any questions

David

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 on: June 23, 2017, 07:18:12 PM 
Started by WCA - Last post by dsamuels
Sorry for the delay in getting this out there.  Attached is the DEXCON 2017 Auction Submission form.  I have posted it as a word document in the hope that allowing people to type the information might make the forms easier to read during the auction. The auction FAQ will be posted as a reply to this post.

David

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 on: June 23, 2017, 06:04:06 PM 
Started by WCA - Last post by WCA
I need it as a Word file please. I don't have the software to edit PDFs.

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 on: June 23, 2017, 03:03:42 PM 
Started by WCA - Last post by Dragontologist
I just asked David to post this; it should be up later today. Thanks for the reminder!

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 on: June 23, 2017, 12:57:57 PM 
Started by WCA - Last post by WCA
Could the Dex Con 2017 auction form be posted? Thank you.

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