IndyCon '015 - Hey look, I still live in Indiana!
My Last Year In Indiana (hey what do I know). My wife graduated from medical last May and we had no idea where we were going to end up for residency. A lot has changed since then (I quit my job and now watch 2 three year olds full time) but we were lucky enough to get to stay in Indiana.
IndyCon is a weekend that I always look forward to because it's a time that I remember just as much because of the people as the games. Each year I feel like there are more friends to catch up with on top of meeting several new people. One year I hope to know everyone that's in the room!
I've been pretty intense about getting the most out of my IndyCon experience in the past (all night gaming, playing as many new games as possible) but this year was quite laid back for me. I only had a couple of games planned going in and I tried to be more intentional about bouncing around between groups and getting to see more people. It was a great experience and will probably be how I approach future IndyCons.
Before I get into the games I want to make sure to thank everyone that puts in the hard work to make IndyCon possible, specifically Dave Koch and Adam Daulton. I'd also like to thank all the sponsors that donate games for our amazing raffle.
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