On Friday night I made this post and at the end of it I told you that I was going to collect a few items while I was at PAX so that I could run a charity auction for Child’s Play Charity. As luck would have it, on Saturday, there was a panel at PAX East on how to run your own Child’s Play fundraiser and I was able to talk to Kristin Lyndsay. I told Kristin what I was doing and she thought it sounded like a great idea. So, with Kristin’s “blessing”, I went for everything I could get my hands (don’t worry I observed Wheaton’s Law) and let me tell you, I am very happy with what I was able to walk away from PAX with.
I went to Boston with a goal in mind and I am happy to say that I accomplished that goal! I had a lot of help getting there though, most notably from Chris Tulach, Wizards of the Coast and Ken, Kingston Tech. I want to thank you two very much and I look forward to seeing/talking to you again in the future.
I was also able to talk Epidiah Ravachol, an indie game developer who donated two of his games:The first one was co-created with Emily Care, Dread House and the second game Time and Temp. This guy is seriously cool, you should go to twitter and follow him. Go ahead, right now, I’ll wait.