Changes In The Exhibitor’s Hall
|This photo is more than 50% of the space the Infinity booth had in 2013.|
In 2014, the space was significantly improved. Dedicated Demo areas were available and looked so good that we never ran out of a queue of people interested in trying Infinity for the first time. For those that are curious, the demo tables were built by Scenery Planet.
|One of the dedicated demo areas in 2014. Huge thank you to the GenCon attendee who took the photo!|
Corvus Belli also acquired dedicated table space in the gaming hall. That space, was being used for the tournaments as well as a fairly extensive demo area run by the Warcors (volunteers who have a love for the game of Infinity and are willing to provide demos in their section of the world). So people in the exhibition hall would stop by, get a small sample of the game with all of the core rules and then have the option to experience a larger game in the gaming hall. My goal was to keep the Warcors in the gaming hall as busy as possible. I heard I did not do too bad on this endeavor.
|Angel Giraldez, prepping the Neoterra Bolt miniatures for his Master Class at GenCon.|
|Angel Giraldez previewing his first collection of miniatures book. Photo by Cervantes3773.|
|Ariadna 112 vs PanO Neoterra Bolt….. FIGHT!!!|
|As amazing as this picture is….. it still does not do the real thing justice.|
I leave you today with “Bostria and the 112”
So that’s the news, the skinny, the DIRT on GenCon 2014 from an Infinity perspective. Have you been to GenCon or thinking about going next year, let me know in the comments below. If I see there’s enough interest, I might even pull together an official Infinity story driven event. As always find me here, my YouTube Channel, or drop me a line or Infinity photos at my new email address [email protected] .