Hello from Indianapolis, IN! My cousins and I are here for our first ever GenCon experience, and I’m here to share it with all of you! So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
We landed in Indianapolis at 12:30AM local time (US Eastern Time, GMT-4 for those wondering). Our Lyft driver was awesome enough to take us to grab some food before taking us to AirBnB. Our home away from home for the next week. Just so you know, the Lyft drivers here in Indianapolis are simply amazing! I’ve had more conversations with Lyft drivers here in Indy compared to my experiences with Uber back in California. Uber drivers gotta step up their game! 🙂
When we got to the BnB, we were locked out for nearly 20 minutes. The lockbox our key was in didn’t unlock, despite multiple attempts with the code our host gave us. It was the right code, but it wouldn’t cough up the key! Our host had the unfortunate task of calling his neighbor (who also cleans the BnB) and she got a copy of the key from her.
After a decent sleep, we walked to a nearby grocery store to stock the kitchen up with food. After a short rest, we took a Lyft to the convention.
LineCon is a strong Con af GenCon! The Will Call lines to pick up had a guestimate 30. We walked around, but not many, open spaces that were only .
When we got to the convention center, Ihad some networking cards I printed and planhad some networking cards I printed and plan to hand these with all my socials. We also received a coupon book. My cousins and I tore that book up and started plannin out getting exclusives and limited edition stuff. to hand these with all my socials. We also received a coupon book. My cousins and I tore that book up and started plannin out getting exclusives and limited edition stuff. It took us about two hours to finally come up with a plan of attack!
And now we rest up and wait for Day 1. Hopefully we’ll be more rested up for things to happen!