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mandash

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Hi- I've been running Artemis at local game conventions and our local gaming store for a few years now. I'm interested in getting a more regular group together so that we can have a strong, cohesive crew. If anyone near Harrisburg PA is interested, let me know!

We're getting together next on Monday, Presidents day at our gaming cafe, The Game Table cafe in Mechanicsburg. Would love to have you there!
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Any consideration of on-line gaming?  While I feel Artemis is best played as a LAN game, some online can scratch that itch. 
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mandash

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I've tried it online, but really prefer it in person. I do get to play at least twice a year at a local gaming convention. But I have some folks interested in this area wanting to start a regular group.
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I'll be hosting our 2nd Artemis event at the Hershey Public Library this Sunday (Feb. 18th) at 2:00 PM.  It's nice to know that other players are in the area, I'll try to stop by the cafe on Monday.
mandash

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Oh wow, I didn't know you had that going on in Hershey! I won't be able to make it this Sunday, but would definitely be interested in stopping by next time. 
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How close to be "local"??  I'm sure you've seen posts about Armada {in Cleveland, early April}.  I run Artemis @ UB Con {Buffalo, NY  2 weeks after Armada} and a couple other local {Buffalo} cons.  I TRY to remember to post on the Forum calendar.  Who Knows?? 
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