Yessir, that was the Scrum that was!

* Image Credits at bottom I am happy to report that Scrum Con happened, last Saturday, at Davis Hall, College Park, Maryland. Attendance was sold out a week ahead of the date, and adjusted a little with a couple of last minute cancellations and a couple of walk ins.  Davis Hall is a medium sized meeting room in College Park, used by the municipal authorities apparently, and I had never been there prior to this event.  It was full up, to be sure, but not too crowded.  We provided a lunch at reasonable price to mitigate any mid-day exodus in search of fast food, and that proved to be reasonably popular.  We even had vegetarian options!  Yeah, that’s right, we’re hip!  We also had coffee and bagels for GMs in the morning, which is more than I ever got at any convention. ScrumCon was conceived as a fair play, equal ground concept for both RPG and tabletop miniature games.  It was built that way because, frankly, that’s what the Second Saturday Scrum Club likes to play.   So there were equal pa

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Scrum Con 2019 T-Shirts for sale

Wow, I get to use a hipsterism now.  Our little convention, Scrum Con 2019, has “merch”.  Yes, that roguishly handsome young man below is modeling our convention t-shirt.   You can find them here, on the Scrum Con convention registration site: Convention Organizer Joe Procopio wearing a t-shirt test Visit the Merch Page today! Get ’em while they last, 20 dollars each up to 3X What the heck, maybe you can sign up for a laid back, mellow day of gaming while you’re at it. I hear that Junkwaffel game in the morning slot will kick serious butt, but it might just be a rumor. Advertisements __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initSlot('atatags-26942-5c43af13d3e26', { collapseEmpty: 'before', sectionId: '26942', width: 300, height: 250 }); }); __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initSlot('atatags-114160-5c43af13d3e28', { collapseEmpty: 'before', section

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