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What an exceptional group of fellows I got Dungeon Master! Everyone now a friend and most even I would be happy to play in their games as well.

The organization that Teras and Ian put together maximized the entertainment possibilities , with very little to do except pull out the screen, unpack the books and miniatures and start rolling some dice.

I a shook Teras's hand on doing this again next year and I hope to have larger groups of players for each session, longer sessions and a good mix of return players and new adventurers as well.
If the other Tours are half as fine as this one was, then people should sign up for multiple venues if they have the resources and time off.

Once Tenser the first Magic User of the Greyhawk campaign and first born son and play tester of all E. Gary Gygax's creations I am Ernest Gary Gygax Jr.

Geek Nation Tour Lake Geneva I

To be part of this tour was like being at a small version of Spring Revel or Winter Fantasy; two mini-cons held in Lake Geneva, by TSR, back in the day.

Everything was way more than I expected. The food, LG tours (both walking and by bus), the gaming, gamers (coming as far away as Australia) and the staff were beyond compare. During our bus tour, the owner at one of the old TSR locations invited us in for an impromptu tour of the facility, where I last worked in 1986.
Not only did I game with everyone, but all of them are now my friends. I do believe that, if Gary were alive today, he'd approve and would have a warm smile on his face because of this tour.

Ian and Teras (and Alex) did a fantastic job with every aspect of this tour.

Lastly, although some days we gamed until the wee hours of the morning, the worst part of this tour is that it had to end.

Keep on role-ing!

Classic RPG Retreat: Lake Geneva 2019
Jeff Leason, USA

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