Like the last VIP autograph session, my plan was to stick out the entire VIP session then squeeze in at the end before the general autograph session commenced. This allowed me time to check out the Homestuck and Samurai Senshi panels as well as checking out and making sure that the room was clean.
|Troy Baker walking to the autograph table with Starbucks in hand.|
|Samurai Senshi Panel|
|Add Troy Baker to that autographed box|
With the Touhou Gathering already over once I had arrived, I decided to spend even more time with Cafe Hoshi fresh off that disaster last night. Despite what had happened, the events went on with happy smiles, and I was able to film more Cafe Hoshi in this extended video that I took.
|A panorama of Cafe Hoshi at work on Day Three.|
One event that I covered on Sunday was one of the Trading Card Game Room's Tournaments, which is always a staple within the SacAnime/SacCon community.
Over at the Console Gaming Room, more people are dancing to the beat and playing classic arcade games.
Back outside, the BAC Gathering is about to start. Since the CCB and BAC are partners, I decided to give Robbie a helping hand. But with the low turnout and short attention spans, the gathering quickly got out of hand and once you lose them, you lose them. In essence, it was a flop.
With the BAC Gathering coming to a short halt, I find myself DJing once again for Mike and Club Rave for about an hour, rounding my guest DJ weekend in hopes of getting his organization off the ground. Thank you once again to Mike and Club Rave for allowing me to guest DJ for SacAnime Winter 2012 and I wish you the best of luck for you and your group for the future!
I keep forgetting that Closing Ceremonies rarely starts on time, so I caught the last segment of the last VA Q&A Panel instead.
Going into Closing Ceremonies, the rumor mill was working at maximum capacity, and during this time everything was answered. I was also able to voice my opinion on the Swap Meet, which felt like a fire hazard even on a Friday night.
The rest of the convention I was trying to get instant reaction, which most knew that the move was for certain, and saying my last good-byes to those who I knew the most. With myself burnt out, I made a quick stop to Arron Brothers to take advantage of some sales, then it was off to Great Wall BBQ off of Howe for a solitude all-you-can-eat Mongolian BBQ dinner before making the trek back home.