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30 minutes ago, Pegazus said:

 

All are welcome! But, please, PLEASE find me when you get there. Since you're new I need to start introducing you.

 

Which brings the thought that I should probably post up a picture of myself so people know who to actually come talk to! I'll remember to do that once I've got my contacts back in.

 

Get a box, paint it blue, and cut eyeholes in it. Paint the mouth, so it roughly matches your avatar.

Problem solved.

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I'm game again.

 

TaleSpinner

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All week

 

 

It is actually a bit hard to attach a photo to a PM.  There is no direct option like there is here, so...

 

 

 

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Me.JPG

 

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Christie and I are down.  She''s thinking about getting a rainbow wig this year to match the nickname she was given.

Use her forum pic (The rainbow sculptor).

 

We will be there the whole  time.

 

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I'm in:

 

forum handle is fine

forum photo is fine

I'll be there for the whole time.

 

 

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hungerfan (Ed would just confuse most)

forum photo is the best pic of me out there.

Wed-Sat for sure...Sun is possible but not confirmed until that day.

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Sure, why not? I had fun playing last year. Im not very active, so feel free to drop me if its not in the cards (pun intended). 

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10 hours ago, Dragoneye said:

Sure, why not? I had fun playing last year. Im not very active, so feel free to drop me if its not in the cards (pun intended). 

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Not an issue, glad to have you!

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I'm in! 

Paradoxical Mouse for the name - I will answer to Mouse irl, too... 

I'll be there all con, and you can use my forum pic. 

 

...this is my first reapercon and I'm really nervous, so having others approach me would be super helpful.

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And I'm more than happy to be a participant again!

 

Forum Name ("Ian Markon" can be put in parentheses in order to make the connection easier for those who are meeting me at the artist tables or taking my classes.  I understand if space constraints make that impossible, though.)

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I'm going to abstain this year since I'll only be attending on Saturday & Sunday. In previous years, I've been hard enough to find when I'm there every day! ::D:

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14 hours ago, Bold said:

I'm going to abstain this year since I'll only be attending on Saturday & Sunday. In previous years, I've been hard enough to find when I'm there every day! ::D:

 

Be sure to come grab a card, if you’ve got the time!

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