Well, it’s over.
PAX East has drawn to a close, and the gamers have all gone home. All, that is, except a good portion of the Enforcers, who are sticking around to do take-down and clean-up and all of the other essential work that makes the show work. We at LoadingReadyRun would like to thank all of the Enforcers and other PAX staff for everything they did to help us out and make our time at the con go so smoothly and be so enjoyable and successful.
Boston is a beautiful city. We had some time to wander around on Thursday, and on Sunday morning we were given a short driving tour of a few landmarks, as well. For my own part, I appreciated all the history that I could see in the city. We have some great historical buildings and landmarks in Victoria, BC, but Boston really puts its heritage out there!
The fan meet-up on Saturday afternoon was a lot of fun, and a great opportunity to connect some names to faces, and our panel on Saturday night went really well. Thank you to everyone who showed up, despite the fact that we overlapped with Paul and Storm a bit, and prevented you from seeing the Video Game Orchestra.
It was really cool for us to have a table in Bandland, where we could hang out and meet people and sign autographs. It was even cooler that we had Wil Wheaton, Scott Kurtz, Kris Straub, and Bill Amend to our right, and Jonathan Coulton, Paul and Storm, and the Video Game Orchestra to our left!
I’m sure we’ll be sharing many more details about our trip over the next couple of podcasts, and we have taken some behind-the-scenes footage, so hopefully that will find its way online at some point. For now, though, Jer and myself are heading back to Victoria on a red-eye flight, and Graham, Paul, Matt, Kathleen, and James are continuing on to New York for some vacation time.
Once again, thank you to everyone who made PAX East so awesome, and hopefully we’ll see some more of you at PAX Prime this summer.