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It's the middle of summer, and that means we're going to Indianapolis! Yes, that time has come again, when the gaming world turns its attention to Gen Con Indy, the Best Four Days in Gaming! Of course, for those of us who work at the show, it's really the Best Four Days in Gaming plus Two Extra Days of Traveling!
Behind the scenes here at Goblinworks HQ, we've been taking care of a lot of out-of-office challenges in addition to working hard on Milestone 3 for Pathfinder Online. One effect of those challenges is that we're moving into a period of time where the frequency of dev blogs is going to become a bit erratic. Next Wednesday we will not post a blog, since many of us (and many of you) are en route to Indy. The week following, we'll likely post a Gen Con wrap-up to talk about how the show went, but after that we'll be busy planning for Pax Prime and may miss the following week as well. Never fear—these disruptions in the blog schedule are not impacting the design of the game. Everyone remains on schedule and is working hard towards the various tasks on their to-do lists.
For those who will be able to join us in Indianapolis, here's a brief rundown on our plans for the show. All times are given in Indianapolis local time (EDT). In addition, Paizo is going to be talking a lot about Pathfinder, and there are several panels that may be of interest to fans of Pathfinder Online. Check the schedule for more Paizo and Pathfinder-specific events throughout the convention.
There are a lot of Kickstarter panels at Gen Con this year. If you've ever wanted to do your own project with crowdfunding, you will find all sorts of advice and perspectives! Just check the schedule—there are at least a half-dozen panels and seminars listed.
Goblin Squad members, don't forget to stop by the Paizo booth to get your Goblin Squad Gen Con promotional miniature, Konkrud! You'll need to present your promo mini redemption form, which should already be in your downloads from the Paizo store. Please fill out the form using the same information you used to back our Kickstarter so that we can match you up with our pledge list. If you don't have your redemption form, we won't be able to give you your mini. The limit is one miniature per Goblin Squad member.
That's it for now—we'll post some photos and updates on our Facebook page during the show. You can find us at facebook.com/Goblinworks!
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