Silver Letomi is a fun loving Blizzard parody artist. So it’s not surprising that she’s nerding out over the announcement that Weird Al Yankovic is the closing act for BlizzCon 2016. Follow her @SilverLetomi and enjoy her music on https://www.youtube.com/user/SilverLetomi.
Draynee is a veteran of multiple BlizzCon cosplay competitions and was even invited to the Warcraft movie premier to appear in costume beside the “black carpet.” Draynee shares design and construction tips and then we talk tips for cosplay observers. She suggests how to make your interactions with our cosplay co-nerds a mutually enjoyable experience. Follow her on Twitter @FlyDraenei and https://www.facebook.com/DrayneeCos where she posts construction progress photos.
When last heard from in December 2015 (episode 63) Rob Copeland from the Training Dummies shared that “BlizzCon changed my life.” Catch up with Rob and see how the BlizzCon magic is still in full effect.
Follow @RobCopeland and his co-host @Hend_TTD. Enjoy their show at http://www.thetrainingdummies.com/
Nevar returns to recall favorite memories from BlizzCon 2015 and speculate regarding BlizzCon 2016. He also updates with his move from northern Cali to Minnesota…done in the name of love and high speed Internet. Nevar has also hit the Twitch life and shares his recent TwitchCon adventures. Find him on Twitter, Twitch and Facebook by searching NevarImpossible.
Had a chance to meet with Heath Miller and Matthew Conrad of the BlizzCon Beer Swap. Heading into its 4th year, this is a welcoming and fun-loving group that’s always looking for a chance to talk and drink beer. Novice or expert, you’ll be glad you came and raised a brew with them. We recorded this interview live at a craft beer bar in La Habra..a few miles north of the convention center.
They’re based on Facebook and you can join with them at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlizzConBeerSwap/
Dairies (@BoredMind) is a co-host of the Convert to Raid podcast, a seasoned top level WoW raider, and a creative manager of databases, computer software and hardware systems. Most relevant to BlizzCon fans, he has extensive experience working with the large impromptu networks created for computer gaming conventions and competitions.