Dragon-Con THIS BEAUTIFUL COSPLAY LIFE
The good, the better and the best aspects of Dragon Con. Tell me what parts you love that I may have missed.
So much room for activities! Between the late night drinking (which I did not partake), the early morning panels, and all the cosplays in between, there is almost TOO many activities to choose from. I know that I barely scratched the surface when it comes to experiencing the full brunt of Dragon Con, so I don’t have much to contribute in terms of specifics. But if you’re looking to meet people in the cosplay community, Dragon Con is the place to be.
This mainly derives from the Official Dragon Con Facebook page that remained active during the entire convention, despite all the activities that were going on. It started with sharing cosplays, going-ons around the convention, and ended with sharing favorite and least favorite moments (and comforting each other with post-con depression). At the actual convention, mostly everyone remained cool and collected, and I rarely heard or saw any drama or irrational patrons.
Sometimes at comic conventions, with all the hustle and bustle of thousands of bodies, you can actually feel the tension and chaos. And that’s never fun. Thankfully, despite the 90-K bodies at Dragon Con this year, the atmosphere remained unperturbed and uplifting. I hated the constant uphill walking (see below), but the atmosphere around the convention was consistently pleasant and I never felt for a moment that the con was dragging on. In short, the atmosphere was what I hope to feel at all conventions.
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