Friday, January 6, 2017

Matt Conquers GenghisCon

Episode 59: The fashionable fifty-ninth episode of the PokeProblemsPodcast! Tonight we have a special guest, Matthew Rowles, the executive director of GenghisCon, Colorado's oldest gaming convention! He tells us all about the history of GenghisCon and what to expect in this, its 40th year! We talk about the gaming, the cosplay, the special guests, the Golden Tentacle Kitties, and the live dungeon crawl! We hear the insider stories about the trials and tribulations of organizing the convention. We talk anime, Pokemon, and video game fandoms. And Matt sings the praises of Tabletop.events for convention organization!

GenghisCon takes place at the Radisson Southeast in Aurora, Colorado, Thursday, February 16th through Sunday, February 19th. Want to know more about GenghisCon? And, a few news items:
  • Pokémon Sun and Moon has a new Global Mission! This one has you finding and defeating pokemon using the Island Scan until January 9th.
  • Pokémon GO is continuing the Holiday event! Santa Hat Pikachus are still available, and have been joined by a greatly increased spawn rate of starter/partner Pokémon and their evolutions until January 8th. There's also special packages for sale in the item shop, which feature lures at this time.
  • Sailor Moon R: The Movie is happening! The Brattle Theater in Cambridge is showing it at 1pm Saturday January 21st and Sunday January 22nd. Tickets are still available for $15!

Thanks for listening! If you have any questions or comments, we want to hear from you. Do you want to adventure with Matt and Miz Sylver at GenghisCon? Want to hear more about that awesome Bioshock Dungeon Crawl? Have you caught any awesome extra-Alolan Pokemon in Sun and Moon using Island Scan? Tweet, email, or comment on the blog or Facebook to let us know!



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