Rules authors, painters, sculptors and the Mantic staff were on-hand to talk about their work and folk came from as far afield as Germany to be a part of the event. There was no shortage of things to do as the packed schedule featured a painting competition, demo games, seminars and tours of the warehouse (which, Ronnie told me, was originally built to make coffins!).
I am not going to 'spill the beans' about Mantic's forthcoming projects as I am sure the forums will do a good job of reporting things. Instead I'll leave you with some snaps I took throughout the day. Big thanks to Chris Palmer for doing such a good job of organising the event.
The new Dwarf King's Hold; Green Menace boxed set contents
Jake Thornton, writer of both DKH 1 & 2, talking about the games
The Golem painting studio were on hand to give hints and tips
Alessio Cavatore, author of the Warpath and King's of War rules giving a demo
My pitch. Things got busier. Really.
The Mantic crew at the pub after the event