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Volunteering 17 years 4 months ago #1

If I were to volunteer to help set up the Dungeon on Wednesday before SoCal (assuming TD will be there), would that ruin the experience for me?

I'm just trying to figure out how my schedule is going to go. :)

- Koralk
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Volunteering 17 years 4 months ago #2

I didn't do the set up, but I made sure I only went as far as the tavern until I actually played Thursday night. I am glad I volunteered, since I got to see the last 3 rooms the next day.

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Volunteering 17 years 4 months ago #3

The main thing it would affect would be the initial 'ah!" of walking into the rooms the first time when they are properly lit. As Jeff said during the Riddle Reveal, if you could see the dungeon with the lights on you would not be impressed.

There would probably be a few other spoilers as you saw things being put together, but we had several volunteers who also went thru as players and I think they all had a good time.

Lee
bur BUR bur BUR<br /><br />PS I can't spell, don't be suprised when you read my posts...<br /><br />Head D.I.N.O.

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Volunteering 17 years 4 months ago #4

My DH did setup @ Indy and was *very* careful about what he allowed himself to see. He went through and had a great time. If you would like to email him, pm me and I'll forward you his email addy.

cindi

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Volunteering 17 years 4 months ago #5

As a volunteer and blue hand this year I can attest that there is plenty of setup to do. So much so that it is very probable that you wouldn't see the entire maze! I only saw the first few rooms!

Even in that case you may see perhaps half of the rooms, but you won't necessarily know their secrets... muahaa... muahahahaa... muahahahahaaaa.
Cheers, Stuart O.  + Thats the short haired, short statured, no beard, Indy Stu ...+ "Nemo saltat sobrius"

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Volunteering 17 years 4 months ago #6

I helped load the truck in Carbondale, and unload it in Indy, and it didn't ruin anything for me when it came to going through the dungeon. I did overhear Jeff give a couple of puzzle solutions while I was in Illinois, but I just played dumb, and my group solved them. In short, I'd definitely recommend volunteering.

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Volunteering 17 years 3 months ago #7

Is there any expected time frame when those of us hoping to volunteer for socal might be contacted about it?
Or is it if we haven't been contacted by now, we're not going to?
I'm sure you are all very busy and I'm sorry if someone else has already posted this question and I missed it but I was just wondering. Thank you.
'Whenever I feel blue, I remind myself to breathe again.'

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Volunteering 17 years 3 months ago #8

I think I have replied to you via email since you posted this, but I will reply here so that everyone else has the information also.

Our deadline for organizing the volunteer details is 10/14 so things are going to be moving pretty quick. My rough plan it to give our returning volunteers thru the end of this week to commit and then I will fill any remaining slots with new volunteers.

Lee
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Volunteering 17 years 3 months ago #9

Yes, and thank you for doing so Lee. It was and is greatly appreciated.
Hope all the arrangements go well and smoothly. :)
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