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a few pics from GenCon 2003! (ooopsie)

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Was working in the garage today and ran across a camera chip with the label DragonCon 2003 on it, and thought the nostalgia buffs might get a kick...260.thumb.JPG.6060820a2d6cd5880fc151975a8df02f.JPG

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A friend took these way back when....

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I don't remember i f I was there that year or not. Parts of it look familiar.  I wonder what ever happened to that angel statue. 

 

 

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I think you have the wrong con. That's Gen Con. I remember the angel statue and recognize the vendor hall aisle numbers, and hall outside the vendor hall. Also the Sagamore ballroom, former home of the RPGA. I remember the Everquest Legends of Norath there. I didn't remember it having a booth model.

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you are correct!

 

The label on the card says DragonCon...

 

It was a friends camera then.....:blink:

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I think I recognize the garb on that autumnal oaken fellow.

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2 minutes ago, etherial said:

I think I recognize the garb on that autumnal oaken fellow.

You? 

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I was looking for myself in the photos! But nope, I did not unintentionally photo bomb you 14 years ago. 

 

Great photos though!

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