I wasn’t feeling well. I probably shouldn’t have gone. But was I feeling a powerful case of cabin fever, and it was a chance to get another interview for the biography. So I went to Lunacon. this past Saturday.
I’m glad I did, though I paid for it the next day. To my pleasant surprise, it was better for me than last year. I interviewed Leslie Fish (though I forgot to ask her how good a singer Isaac really was); later I attended a filk sing for the first time in over 20 years.
I also did my usual share of gaming: Do Move Say (a great game for a large group of kids or kids-at-heart); Chez Geek (I was the second-best slacker); Munchkin Zombies.
And, as usual, I spent too much money on stuff.
One thing I noticed about this year’s Lunacon is that the costuming was better than it had been in years. I don’t know what brought about the reversal, but this year the costumers really “brought it” in terms of quality of both costumes and ideas. Brava and bravo! I may amend this post later with a few pictures.
Alas, no Werewolves of Miller’s Hollow for me this year. I was feeling poorly at about 9PM, and I knew that if I tried to join that game I’d be there until at least midnight. Maybe next year!
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Oh man, half of why I go to cons is because I love watching the costumes go by, so I’m glad to hear they brought it.