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Where I’ll be at Matsuri(con)

Only four weeks remain until Matsuricon, but MP is ready to roll with three fun-filled panels for the Columbus crowd.

  • Once again, I’ll be talking about the hitmakers of the fictional music world in A Real History of Fake Singers. We’ll go from Minmei to Miku and beyond with clips, histories, and of course, music.
  • Who wants to play video tabletop games? I do, too, but did you ever think about running one?  Or what if you have thought about it but don’t know where to start? How to Set Your Table(top) breaks down the basics to help determine which setting and system is best for your grand adventure time.
  • And, of course, is ain’t a MP party without game shows, so I’m breaking out The Laundry List. It’s so easy to play–just tell us stuff that fit the category–but can you outlast your opponents to win all the prizes? Also, there may be some fantastic prizes from Bunnychan but you didn’t hear that from me :3

I’ll also have a bunch of friends helping out and doing panels of their own, so be sure to check them out after you check us out, and we’ll all have an awesome time.

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Have a kitty :3

Did’ya notice the brand spanking new header? You better, because Bunnychan spent several months of patience, effort, toil, and patience in creating it. Now, I did make the pedestal, and it’s a very nice one at that, but without Buns, there is no MP image, so honestly, you need to go and tell her how awesome she is and how you need her art, too.

While I play around with our new panther mascot (and the rest of this site’s appearance) I may as well include that I’ll be at Matsuricon in Columbus, OH at the end of August.  I don’t know in what capacity I’ll be there, but even in the worst case scenario, there’s nothing wrong with just being an attendee.  Hope to see you there!

Back from…well everything

Sup, y’all?  I’ve been absurdly busy over the past few weeks.  Between Tekko, Easter, and all the other real life stuff, I’ve been leaving this space rather neglected.  Because this is my hobby and not my full profession, other things take precedence, but I will try to further my involvement on this blog while furthering my pursuits on this vocation.

MelloPanther @ Tekkoshocon X-2
Not gonna lie, Tekko was a lot of work, but also a lot of fun.  On Friday, I ran my “How To Run A Panel” Workshop, hosted The Game of Shows, and emceed the always-hilarious Tekko Improv, this year featuring Uncle Yo.  If you didn’t catch me on Saturday in actual cosplay (thanks to Tekkoshocon Founder Rebecca for that), you may have caught me Saturday night running the board for the 8th year(!) of Anime Fight Club. Tekko is always a fun time–next year will be my tenth–and I’d like to thank Jim, Jeanie, Ada, Dan, and the rest of the staff for putting on an awesome show.

Catching up with old business
The Puzzle Strike footage still isn’t ready yet, mostly because I haven’t had time to sit down to edit it, but it had a great impact.  While there were 14 participants, one person who couldn’t make it was my acquaintance, and board game aficionado TJ.  Apparently, he wasn’t all that aware of the game, but that quickly changed.  Armed with the knowledge that anyone can play Puzzle Strike both online and offline, TJ returned to the underwater moon base of CGRUndertow and produced this short film.  I hope you enjoy it.

Bunnychan is still awesome, but Gary decided that he needed some space (or something like that) and started his own Facebook page. Now that I linked it, maybe he’ll give me back my shoes. >_>;

That’s all for now, but work on the next convention has already started, whenever and wherever it may be.

Bunnies! Bunnies everywhere!

We’ll have some fun stuff on how our Puzzle Strike tournament came out soon, but first I want to welcome MP’s first official sponsor, the drawing, cosplaying, figure-loving, tea sipping, internet bon vivant Bunnychan!  Like yours truly, she’s all over the tubes. She has her UTAU/Figure blog Bunny Chai, but when she’s not working on that, she showcases her whimsical art on the usual sites and will even draw for you as long you ask nicely.

Bunny has donated a metric ton of prizes for our game shows, and will also help the site out with some other projects, so you’re going to run into Bunnychan’s work whether you want to or not, but you should totally want to.  After all, Gary would be sad if you don’t support her.