This is what most of the day looked like for me.
We are all awaiting the beginning the Brom lecture. He looms in the shadows, waiting to strike...
We see a rare photo of a baby Brom in Japan riding strange horned animals.
Brom talked at length about Dark Age, the project that I first really took note of him and his work. It Dark Age that made me realize that I has already familiar with him from his time on D&D Dark Sun.
Brom talked about transitioning into making his own work and getting his own books and storied published.
Brom returns to Japan and finds more strange animals to ride.
Brom has a quick Q&A. My head was about to explode so I am not really sure what was talked about.
We all filed out and grouped under the big tree and patiently waited.
Greg Manchess set up the camera and got his remote ready but we were all just a little too far away for the remote to work. The timer was used instead and the disaster was averted.
Everybody looks like they are having a great time! Which they obviously were, just like I did the previous year. This is important to remember, I was a worse case situation and an anomaly to the rest of the awesome time that was going on all around me.
That was the extent of my activity for Day 3, I went right back to bed after some dinner and that was that. I will be bringing you a very minimal report tomorrow for Days 4, 5, and 6 since by then I had given up all hope and resigned myself to that fact that I was very sick and fighting it was a lost cause.
See you back here tomorrow was a look at Days 4, 5, and 6. Until then...
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