|Kyonoke Inquest propaganda postings|
|Inquest attendees hard at work puzzling through the data|
I was particularly impressed with the Kyonoke Inquest event, but I won't say more here since I wrote three articles about it for Crossing Zebras. (Will Eve Players RP?, Op Success?, and Wrap-up). I even got a chance to talk about it on my first podcast appearance ever, Crossing Zebras 68: Fanfest.
I'll be looking for more on the Kyonoke Inquest and its consequences from The Discourse. The actors from The Company P really adapted well and held the whole things together.
While I'm an (amateur) photography buff, I didn't end up taking a huge number of pictures of FanFest itself, and left my DSLR in my room. My new iPhone was pretty nice for the casual shooting through. One little thing I did involved a tiny stuffed animal, Oorg, that my daughter sent with me to keep me company. On impulse I asked a few people to pose with Oorg and the results were great. I only wish I'd done more of it.
|Max Singularity and retinue|
(I should have gotten their names too)
|Ariel (amongst other names)|
|Cyrillian Voth. I love his puzzled look.|
And of course wherever you go there are Eve Players, including as you walk around Reykjavik.
I think that in the end the presence of the community is what draws a lot of players back to FanFest. Going to The Laundromat Cafe and sitting down with Eve players, or if you're not feeling so sociable, perhaps you just smile at the shirts and badges that you recognize. I'm not sure if you can get this kind of density of Eve players in the other events (Eve Vegas, Eve Nottingham, Eve Down Under, Eve Amersterdam, etc.) like you can in Iceland. For me seeing Iceland was astounding as well, and I'm looking to bringing my family one of these days... preferably when I can manage to get in another Fanfest. Whoever is reading this, I hope I can see you there some day as well.
(Sorry for the layout - Blogger isn't exactly a sophisticated image presentation system.)