I'm not too fond of the minor badges saying "cub" on them.. I don't have a real specific reason xD Just thinking that minors who are older but are not adult yet might not like it?? I'm a minor and I would prefer my badge to not say cub. I'd rather it just say minor, but that's just my opinion :S
Shaela Congelliere wrote: I'm not too fond of the minor badges saying "cub" on them.. I don't have a real specific reason xD Just thinking that minors who are older but are not adult yet might not like it?? I'm a minor and I would prefer my badge to not say cub. I'd rather it just say minor, but that's just my opinion :S
I believe cub badges were only for the children under 12 years old that was with a paid adult
Kahlua Fennec wrote: What's something you think afc should approve on?!
I know you already said they know about the website, but as a panelist the control panel for dealing with panels was very obtuse to deal with, figuring out how to get access to your panel messages and such.
Information about whether a person was a panelist or whether they had purchased a food plan, etc... rather obviously wasn't aggregated with the registration information, when I went through to get my badge from the registration desk, so I had to go back to get my sticker for the food.
Finalizing things like the vendors and panelist lists were too last minute, as was the food plan
While the meal plan was arguably worth what I paid for it, the hotel charged the con an absolutely ridiculous amount for what they provided.
The Rompfur room needs balloons or beach balls or something along those lines so that people aren't throwing the cardboard boxes which have the possibility of damaging something
Double the blocks and boxes in the rompfur room
maybe have a dedicated area in the rompfur room to cuddle fursuiters?
More furry puns... ALL the furry puns
One thing people always forget about science: science never demands a rational explanation for anything. To science anything is possible... including magic... especially magic.
I'd love to see more development work go into the convention book for next year's event, such as more communication on a call for submitted work (short stories, artwork, poetry, etc.) Maybe I missed the call for entries, but if I had been aware of a convention book, I would have created some special art and stories for the occasion.
The romp room was fantastic, but there could have been more to do. I agree with Luke about having more boxes/blocks. It was amazing seeing the fursuiters build and interact with the blocks for hours. Simply fun. You know what would be awesome? A Dance Dance Resolution machine, or maybe a game of twister for the fursuiters to play. Or a ball pit? Lots of cool ideas to work with.