LinCon
Postad av Sampo den 7 Apr 2009 vid 14:23

Nu har jag pratat lite och sitter ännu i samtal och pratar konvent med LinCon generalen mm.

Om lincon så är det så att det inte kommer vara rollspel där vad jag förstår, för de har inte kunnat garantera att det finns spelledare i år.
Så vad de ville kolla var att skapa en spelledarbank av folk som kan tänka sig att spelleda.

så vi kommer nog finnas med i den banken.

 
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PerOlus @ Apr 16th 2009 13:25
Inget rollspe? Vilka galenskaper...
Sampo @ Apr 29th 2009 13:24
de hade inga spelledare eller scenarion eller ngt sådant tillsammans för att kunna lova något.. men jag håller med.. tror det kommer finnas lite dropin grejer.
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