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Marble Hornets at Midoricon 2014! September 5th - 7th in Ohio!

timsutton:

We hope to see you in Ohio!

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And that’s not nearly all we’ve got in store for you! Check us out at Shawnee State Park Lodge, West Portsmouth, OH on Saturday, March 29 through Sunday March 30!

www.midoricon.com/2.5 

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ctgraphy:

ctgraphy:

Midoricon 2013 Gallery is UP!

Enjoy a special set of our AMAZING BANANA! (Hi Amanda!)

Includes Mario Kart and Masquerade photos! Yahoo!

Your reminder that MIDORCON PRE REG IS OPEN!
http://midoricon.com/index.php/registration

Pre Reg.

The Banana COMMANDS IT!

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  • Question: Did you actually have fun at midoricon or did you just got for the shots? - Anonymous
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    mangosirene:

    I’m going to assume by “shots” you mean photoshoots… Haha!

    Let me be straight-up honest with you. MidoriCon was one of the most fun convention experiences I’ve ever, ever had. It’s really a convention unlike any other, since it takes place in the middle of a forest. You’re all sleeping in cabins. It’s like a camping trip with a bunch of nerds. You run around the forest in costumes, you can bump into Slenderman on the paths at night, there’s Mario Kart racing going on during the day, everyone has grilling parties and bonfires… Seriously. It was amazing.

    The location has some incredible photoshoot locations, that’s for sure! I know they’ve switched to a different resort for this year, but last year, there was a local ranch nearby that was letting cosplayers do photoshoots with their horses, just to give you an idea of what sort of opportunities a convention like this presents in terms of photos!

    But there’s so much other fun stuff to do at MidoriCon beyond just taking pictures. The atmosphere is super laidback, everyone’s extremely friendly, and it’s a con unlike any other. So if you get the chance to go, I definitely recommend it!

    We appreciate so much, and we’re touched, and so happy you enjoyed the weekend. Thank you!

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solar-citrus:

I’ve been going to anime/comic conventions for eight years, yet I still can’t explain what the significance of conventions are to people without having to go through a 20 minute explanation.  It’s truly a life changing experience, I can tell you that for sure!!  Here’s just a small example, but when I was younger I thought I was the only person on this planet that used Deviantart, until I attended Sakura Con.  I ended up collecting over 50 business cards that had their DA links that year, and I thought that was the just coolest thing to know that I was not alone.  Countless other moments had occurred that year where I met more and more people who knew of and appreciated the same things that I did.  So I hope most of you can relate to that feeling of absolute bliss and joy of attending a con.  uvu
Why do you like conventions?  I’d love to hear your stories!!

(via ashyluka)

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This blog is pretty great.
One of our biggest initiatives at Midoricon is to retain that small, intimate, connected feeling from days gone by, between people from all levels of skill, coming together to enjoy a weekend where geekery is celebrated, and they can be their true selves. And anyway, someone may not sew better than you, but that doesn’t mean they can’t kick your butt in our battle pit, or strategize their way to victory in a tabletop tournament. We’re all heroes in our own different ways.
Come to Midoricon and live it out.
And regardless of whatever con is in your lineup this year, remember why YOU started going to conventions. To have fun.

This blog is pretty great.

One of our biggest initiatives at Midoricon is to retain that small, intimate, connected feeling from days gone by, between people from all levels of skill, coming together to enjoy a weekend where geekery is celebrated, and they can be their true selves. And anyway, someone may not sew better than you, but that doesn’t mean they can’t kick your butt in our battle pit, or strategize their way to victory in a tabletop tournament. We’re all heroes in our own different ways.

Come to Midoricon and live it out.

And regardless of whatever con is in your lineup this year, remember why YOU started going to conventions. To have fun.

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Your favorite Creepy Pasta storyteller, back by popular demand, is headed to Midoricon 2.5! If you missed Mr. Creepy Pasta last time, here’s your chance! Be sure to grab your badge, book a room, and spend the night of Saturday, March 29th not sleeping a wink.

All the info you need can be found right here: http://midoricon.com/2.5/index.php/programming/guests
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