Howdy Gamers! Another year of PAX Unplugged came and went, and while I'm terribly sad that it's over, I'm once again super glad that I went. It was a lot of fun in a great community of dedicated and generally happy-go-lucky gamers!
It is such an inviting and welcoming place to be for a weekend. I was able to let go of a lot of stress and have a really great time with my fiance, and it was great to be able to do that and not have to worry about work , life, and anything other than board games. We just played games, cruised the vendor hall, bought a TON of stuff, and I also went on a mini scavenger hunt for an owlbear and that was pretty dang exciting as well.
I've got a handful of pros and cons I wanted to mention from this convention experience as my recap as well as, of course, a bunch of fun photos from mostly the games I was playing. Please enjoy! And hopefully I'll see you next year at PAXU! :)
*Quick reminder that this is based off of my own personal PAXU experience. I'm not speaking for anyone else or saying that your opinions based on what you experienced are wrong. Just saying that this is how I felt after my 3 days there. Just wanted to be clear on that right off the bat :)
Just a list of what I played and how I felt about them...some pics below!