Representing Other Fandoms

by Sheridan | 20/10/2010 08:21:33

Sheridan

Much like wearing a band tee to that same band's concert, I assume wearing a Blizzard Tee to Blizzcon breaks some kind of cool rule. So I didn't pack any. I'm interested in seeing what the non-costumed folks are wearing.

Friday I am wearing my 'Team Wiebe' shirt to represent the reigning World Donkey Kong Champion and all-around awesome guy that is Steve Wiebe.

The sky is open to those who have wings.

by Nethaera | 20/10/2010 17:12:36

Nethaera


Q u o t e:
Much like wearing a band tee to that same band's concert, I assume wearing a Blizzard Tee to Blizzcon breaks some kind of cool rule. So I didn't pack any. I'm interested in seeing what the non-costumed folks are wearing.

Friday I am wearing my 'Team Wiebe' shirt to represent the reigning World Donkey Kong Champion and all-around awesome guy that is Steve Wiebe.


This is news to me. I tend to wear Blizzard shirts (I know, no surprise) but generally, the convention is pretty full of people wearing Blizzard shirts or shirts for their favorite franchise. The "rule" as you state it does not apply. BlizzCon is a "Cool" place to be no matter what and all the "cool" kids will be there. Didn't you know? ;)

I feel the earth move under my feet.
I feel the sky tumbling down.

-Carole King

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