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The board game HeroQuest, which is vaguely a dungeon crawl board game, has an action to search for treasure. Usually there isn’t any, which leads to a random card drawn, which usually turns out to be a powerful wandering monster.

But that doesn’t stop anyone from constantly searching.

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Pokemon TCG — the gateway card game. First you start playing Pokemon, then you move onto Magic… and then you never stop playing Magic.

(Actually, I never really got into Magic myself, but I did start playing a lot of the World of Warcraft TCG later, so maybe that’s related).

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Liking games is a good reason to go to a gaming convention, though not required.

Back in the day, the ‘coolest’ game was the Pokemon Trading Card Game (which is pretty much a simplified version of Magic). I played a lot of it, so much that me, my husband-to-be, and my friend would have our parents take us to the Toys-R-Us to play in the Pokemon League. We did that for quite some time until the store discontinued the Pokemon League for the Yu-Gi-Oh card game league. I never got into Yu-Gi-Oh, so it was rather sad that there was no more Pokemon there.

I tell you this just in case you’re wondering why Yu-Gi-Oh is branded as evil in this comic. >_>

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The link for Concinnity in the comic is no longer valid. Their current website seems to be http://concinnitycon.weebly.com/, if you’re interested. Maybe I’ll update the link the comic…

One of my friends went to MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering) and helped run Concinnity at this point of time. I thought I’d help her out by mentioning it in the comic a few times (and make some jokes out of it as well).

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