Monthly Archives: September 2014

MelloPanther’s Blurriecon Schedule

Subject to change, but at this point, it’s unlikely.

6PM: Name That Tune, Ballroom

12:15 PM: A Real History of Fake Singers, Library
7PM: Millionaire Tryouts, Library
8PM: Who Wants To Be Very Millionaire Wow, Library

11:45 AM: RIYL: Sailor Moon Crystal, Ballroom

We hope to see you there.


New Game: Very Millionaire Wow

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No, seriously.  That’s the name. MelloPanther Productions is proud to present for the first time, “Who Wants To Be Very Millionaire Wow,” which takes the hit TV game show and brings it to Blurriecon!  Contestants will have to try and climb the famous money tree, use the famous lifelines, and vie for Ð1,000,000 in cash and prizes. So tension. Much excite. Very Millionaire Wow!

Tryouts are at 7PM on Saturday in the Library; the game starts at 8. Hope to see you there.

How I Spent My Summer Vacation, Part 2

The other major thing I did is prep for MP’s first featured guest stint at Blurriecon!  It’ll be an exciting weekend of panels and games, including one never before done by MP.  It’s sure to be fun, and it’s sure to be much doge. Watch this space (and Blurriecon’s Facebook) to find out more as time grows nearer, but it should be a fun weekend for everyone.

How I Spent My Summer Vacation, Part 1

Today’s the “last day” of “summer”, so I might as well post a recap of what’s been going on in my life related to MP.

  • Cleaned up the side bar to make it all button-tastic.  I dunno, I kinda like it.  Looks fancy.
  • Increase my role over at Otaku Drive Time, which has eaten up a lot of my time and creative input (and that doesn’t include the numerous FB updates I do).
    • Since OTDT is a good chunk of my free time, I figure I should add them to the side bar.
  • Continue on with Writebet and although I mentioned this earlier, What I didn’t mention was that on one of the days, I went on at length about my feelings on MP.  I’ll re-post it past a cut (or you could just read the Tumblr post)  but this is why I want to do what I do, and why I’ll continue to do it.

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