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<center><img src="http://www.reapermini.com/graphics/gallery/4/01514_w_1.jpg" class="gimage" /><br /> by Werner Klocke</center><br /> <br /> Klockenbooty for a ReaperCon Sophie... Could there be anything finer?<br /> <br /> We have several folks coming in to ReaperCon to do this and that who are really excited to meet all of you! Here are a few:<br /> <br /> <strong>Greg Vaughan</strong><br /> Greg A. Vaughan cut his professional adventure-design teeth writing in Dungeon Magazine for Paizo Publishing with his first adventure "Tammeraut's Fate." Since then he has continued to write for Paizo as well as Wizards of the Coast and most recently with Frog God Games. He studied archaeology at the University of Oklahoma and continues to live in Oklahoma City with his wife and children. One of his goals in life is to own a World War I-era biplane and put a stamp on the fuselage for each TPK one of his adventures has caused.<br /> <br /> Greg will be representing <a href="http://www.talesofthefroggod.com/">Frog God Games</a> during the weekend. <br /> <br /> <strong>Sean K. Reynolds</strong><br /> Sean K Reynolds was born in a coastal town in southern California. A professional game designer since 1998, he's best known for his work on the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, Dungeons & Dragons, and the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. He lives in Seattle with his gamer wife and three cats, and spends his free time reading, painting miniatures, and writing three-sentence biographies.<br /> <br /> Sean is a <a href="http://paizo.com/pathfinder">Pathfinder</a> mastermind, a special judge for the Pathfinder award in the painting contest, and he'll be teaching a class while he's here: <a href="http://www.reapermini.com/ReaperCon" title="Reaper Miniatures :: ReaperCon">C911: Quick Miniature Painting for RPGs. Saturday 11am.</a><br /> <br /> I also found a couple of Aaron Lovejoy classes to add: <a href="http://www.reapermini.com/ReaperCon">Painting for Profit at Friday, 4pm, and Airbrush Techniques at Saturday, 4pm.</a> If you were on the fence about classes, these are definitely two you want to consider.

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