A separate post to share one of our Roll20Con experiences. I was anxiously awaiting to run my first Roll20Con event, a western-style post-apocalyptic adventure. Thousands of questions were going through my head. "What kind of players will I get?" "What will I do if the players go completely off the rails?" "Will anyone sign up for this game?" Seats filled quickly in the week before the game. We had so much interest that we created a second game with another GM, filled that and we still had many players that we couldn't seat. The game started and I was a bundle of nerves. That only lasted about 15 minutes though and was completely quelled by constant hysterical laughter. The players had put so much time and effort into their characters that it seemed more like a cast for a movie. We had a brash gunslinger, a retired sheriff that was now a granny (played by a self-proclaimed "real-life granny"), a lone wanderer on a path of self-discovery, and a mutant trying to make a way for himself among the human settlements. Everyone was extremely engaged in the content and seemed to have magical group chemistry even though they had just met for the first time. It was hard to tell who was more entertained, them, or myself. It was so much fun that the game turned into a campaign that lasted for over a year after the Roll20Con ended (and the content is in development for publishing). A lot of new friends were made that weekend and it was one of the best gaming experiences I have had in my 30 years of playing RPGs. My hope is that others might share in that experience and make it a weekend they will talk about for years to come.