Archive For The “Conventions” Category
Armchair Dragoon Public Affairs Office, 29 June 2020
Armchair Dragoons is pleased to announce this Summers premier (only?!) virtual wargaming convention, the Virtual Dragoons Assembly, from 7/31 to 8/1.
36 hours of wargames, seminars, and talk shows, to help scratch that wargame convention itch, and give you a chance to try some social-distance-compliant online wargaming.
Joining us are Lock ‘n Load Publishing, Academy Games, the incomparable Moe’s Game Table, and more.
We appreciate you visiting the Armchair Dragoons!
Please leave us your feedback in our discussion forum, or in the comment area below.
You can also find the regiment on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and occasionally at a convention near you.
Ardwulf, 18 September 2010
See how many “celebrities” you can spot in our gallery here. And we’re hoping that Ardwulf can give us a write-up about the show, too.
Friends of the Dragoons, 4 August 2019
Just because we’re not at GenCon doesn’t mean we don’t have a recon element out there to keep you informed with some great photos at the show. We’re still got some photos coming in from other friends, so check back with us for some updates.
Armchair Dragoons Public Affairs Office, 27 June 2019
Our IMINT team makes it a point to infiltrate the costume contest every year for photos. Here you go!
There’s another costume gallery of folks just walking around the show, too.
Armchair Dragoons Public Affairs Office, 26 June 2019
Our IMINT team are always on the hunt for costumes and cosplayers, and Origins has some excellent ones. They spend all weekend on the hunt for costumes, and that’s before we even get to the costume contest over the weekend.
The costume contest is a separate gallery that we’ll share tomorrow.
Armchair Dragoons Public Affairs Office, 24 June 2019
With so much of the wargaming media in one place, we decided to bring them together for a panel on the wargaming media, and see what happened. So we’ve got our editor, plus Jim from Line of Departure, Gary from Ardwulf’s Lair, and Mark from Wargames To Go. Sadly, we missed Katie Aidley (who was actually working!), and the guys from The Players Aid, who were only there on Saturday.
For much of our time in the room, the panel actually outnumbered the audience, but they did wander in eventually. Either way, a good time was had by all, and the next iteration of this panel might take place off-site, with some adult beverages.
The video is approximately 52 minutes, but unfortunately, the camera filled up on us and we didn’t get the entire panel.