Perhaps next year we’ll stay until Tuesday, but when you are leaving on Monday, day four of Dragon*Con always begins with packing. After leaving our luggage with the bellman, the wife and I headed out to see some last few things. For me, it was a short day of two events. First, a Q&A with Felicia Day. We watched episode one of season three of The Guild, and then she talked and people asked questions. Fun and funny, even with the lady who wanted her Penny/Bad Horse fan fiction signed. Yes, slash fiction. Yes, he is a horse. Felicia signed it, but I think everyone was more than a tad creeped out. Afterward I went to the MMO track post mortem. 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. So instead we picked up the luggage, got the car from the valet, and made the trek back home… about an hour away. 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. Dragon*Con, I’ll see you next year.