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Vendors and Exhibitors

Vendors and Exhibitors

We are pleased to welcome the following: Ground Zero Game Store Silver Jinn Studios Arts/Crafts Star Realm Collectibles Play to Beat Brain Cancer Arts/Crafts The Game Shoppe Game Store Rochelle’s Designs Jewelry What the Cat Made Arts/Crafts Brass Engine Games Game Publisher Omaha Game Host Author The Shire Arts/Crafts HobbyTown Game Store Legendary Wolf Games …

Staff

Staff

The Nuke-Con Staff are the folks who work behind the scenes all year to make our Weekend of Games happen. For most of the year it takes an hour or so a week. As the convention gets closer and closer, we might work an hour or so every night. Some of us use the same …

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

The Nuke-Con Board of Directors is charged with general oversight and financial responsibility for the organization. It approves and supports the core Convention staff each year. The Board of Directors consists of three to seven members, two of which are elected by the general Nuke-Con community. The elected members serve staggered two-year terms. Current Board …

Etiquette

Etiquette

General Policies Nuke-Con attendees are overwhelmingly well-mannered people bent only on enjoying the weekend. Over the years, however, we have learned that clear expectations create better events. With that in mind we have developed the following rules: Nuke-Con players must wear their convention badges in a visible place to participate in any convention gaming activities. …

Aftershock Game days

Aftershock Game days

There is no such thing as too much gaming. Nuke-Con hosts Aftershock Game Days periodically throughout the year to help fill in the time between our annual weekend conventions. We keep the Aftershocks simple: 10 am  to 10 pm, tables for games, snacks for energy, and maybe a vendor or two to satisfy the urge for …