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Heya Folks, I posted my schedule for Gen Con a few weeks ago because a few of the events I’m doing require tickets (Typically free tickets) and I wanted to make sure my people got their hands on them before they sold out.I was right in being concerned, because a few things *are* already sold out, but we’ve got a lot of other festivities going on, so I thought I’d share with you a list of things you can do here in Indianapolis, with or without me. I’ll be reading a bunch of stuff, answering questions from the audience, and telling stories.This event requires a free ticket, and they’re more than two thirds gone, so if you want to check it out be sure to get in on it soon here.(Even if the tickets sell out, you can show up at the door and trust that some of the folks who got tickets will ditch the event.) Saturday, August 6 If you missed the Concert Against Humanity last year, it was a ton of fun, and this year it’s going to be on Friday, August 5th at 8pm.It’s run by Max Temkin and his team at Cards Against Humanity, and every ticket comes with swag bags that contain limited edition packs of CAH cards, and other swag from sponsors.(The value of the swag is more than the cost of the ticket.) They even had me shoot a little promo video for them…I’ll be grabbing a little bit of stage time, while other more professional performers like Jonathan Coulton, Paul & Storm, Molly Lewis, and a bunch of other cool people do the real work.Even better, Max tweeted out a discount code for folks to use to get $20 off the tickets. There’s a ton of little things that go into making a game. The other kind.) Simply said, there’s a lot of moving parts to make something like this work.
I think they’re going to sell out, so you might want to do it sooner than later… The folks over at Iello found out, and we teamed up to make a Draccus monster for the game. And then you haven’t even started the process of fulfilling everyone’s orders. Then we crossed our fingers, pulled the trigger, and hoped y’all would want to be a part of it. When I say that we weren’t expecting this level of success, I’m not being midwestern or modest.
We launched these for the first time last year at Gencon, but we only had a limited number of them, and they sold out every day. Remember the booth I mentioned just a couple paragraphs ago? Yeah, I was pretty sure we’d hit $50,000 without much trouble.
This year, we brought more of our limited stock, so if you didn’t get a chance to grab one before, you can get them at our booth. There’s a ton of stuff happening there throughout the convention. But my realistic expectation was that we’d hit something between $250,000 and $500,000.
We have lots of geeky swag, the raffle, a deal for a free tote if you buy $100 or more of merch, plus signings with a bunch of cool musicians. Hell, the contract James and I wrote up between the two of us, didn’t even include terms for anything higher than $700K.
Here’s the full schedule of signings & meet-and-greets: In order to encourage people to swing by the Worldbuilders booth, we’re giving people a chance to come play a game of King of Tokyo with me on Sunday at 2pm. Because of your enthusiasm, we blew the doors off the kickstarter. There’s a big difference in producing 5000 games, and producing 20,000 games. Recently, we found our wooden piece manufacturer wasn’t prepared for an order of this size. We’re talking about a professional woodworking facility here.
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Here’s how it works: If you swing by the Worldbuilders Booth (#267) you can submit your name once for the drawing. But even though they’re pros, they don’t have an infinite amount of space.