Perhaps next year we’ll stay until Tuesday, but when you are leaving on Monday, day four of Dragon*Con always begins with packing. Â After leaving our luggage with the bellman, the wife and I headed out to see some last few things. Â For me, it was a short day of two events. Â First, a Q&A with Felicia Day. Â We watched episode one of season three of The Guild, and then she talked and people asked questions. Â Fun and funny, even with the lady who wanted her Penny/Bad Horse fan fiction signed. Â Yes, slash fiction. Â Yes, he is a horse. Â Felicia signed it, but I think everyone was more than a tad creeped out. Â Afterward I went to the MMO track post mortem. Â The guys of the MMO track are a great bunch, they run a fantastic track, and I look forward to the future of it.
Normally I end day four with a trip through the exhibiters and dealers halls, and maybe the art show, but given my previous posts describing my changing feelings toward them, I didn’t go. Â So instead we picked up the luggage, got the car from the valet, and made the trek back home… about an hour away. Â Man do I love living in Atlanta when it comes to Dragon*Con.
Unpacked, ate a real meal, and now the tired is settling in. Â Dragon*Con, I’ll see you next year.