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GenConHistory.com

My friends at Atlas Games have set up a website at GenConHistory.com to collect stories and photos from the Best Four Days in Gaming: Gen Con! Those who share have a chance to snag a free copy of the book and even a four-day pass to Gen Con Indy 2007.

This is all to support their upcoming 40 Years of Gen Con book, written by my pal Robin Laws. So, if you have a thing for the best gaming con on the planet (I have my biases), pop by and share a tale or a photo or just bask in the communal love.

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  1. The only Summer GenCon I have ever been to was the last one in Milwaukee. Two things happened that day, I was overwhelmed by the Merchant’s room and fell in love with the city.

    I haven’t been the the Indianapolis con yet, but I hope to in the next year or two.

  2. The only Summer GenCon I have ever been to was the last one in Milwaukee. Two things happened that day, I was overwhelmed by the Merchant’s room and fell in love with the city.

    I haven’t been the the Indianapolis con yet, but I hope to in the next year or two.

  3. It’s worth it. I was born in Milwaukee and grew up not too far from town. I love the city, but Indianapolis has grown on me. Sad to say, they have more hotel rooms downtown than Milwaukee can claim, and overall it’s been a fine place for a convention.

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    It’s worth it. I was born in Milwaukee and grew up not too far from town. I love the city, but Indianapolis has grown on me. Sad to say, they have more hotel rooms downtown than Milwaukee can claim, and overall it’s been a fine place for a convention.

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