Our Scrum Club learned quite a bit from our inaugural event, but with one nominally successful game day completed we've already begun discussing improvements for "the next one".
While I didn't get a chance to run or play in a game, I still had a great time chatting with attendees, welcoming some folks to their first con ever, and getting a chance to watch some very talented GMs work their magic.
If you attended Scrum Con, thank you for taking a risk on our little venture. And special thanks to the game masters who trekked in to put on a show for our players, especially Buck Surdu, Eric Schlegel, Greg Priebe of the HAWKS, Kelly Armstrong and Neil Carmichael of the Army of Central Maryland Wargaming, Joey McGuire, Ed Watts, and our RPG hosts Zeb Cook, Elizabeth Ferrara, Luke Stacks, Scott McKinley and Keith Sloan.
Brilliant job! What a great success.ReplyDelete
Thanks Michael! A success, but hopefully just the first step in a series of cons.Delete
Looks a fun day.ReplyDelete
It sure was! Thanks Ray!Delete
Great to hear everything went well.ReplyDelete
I can imagine events like these having a learning curve, but the important part is that everyone had fun. So it sounds like a job well done.
Yep, we know it wasn't perfect, but it seems everyone had a good time, and we certainly learned a lot!Delete
Looks really great. Well done. cheersReplyDelete
Congrats on the success - I suspect organizing something like this while keeping a day job is very taxing and you guys seemed to pull it off with style. Very sorry I couldn't be there - hopefully next time!ReplyDelete
Thanks Miles! We'll iron out the bugs and you can join us for the "New and Improved Scrum Con 2" :)Delete
Congrats on putting on a successful game day. 😀ReplyDelete
Brilliant stuff John! Congrats on a successful first outing :)ReplyDelete