The cost for the day was $7.00 and kids under 12 are admitted free. The shows ran from March 24 through March 25.
I found the trip to be inspirational. I did purchase 2 packs of O scale civilians for my Zombie game. for $10 you can get 6 painted figures. Packs include police, work crews, commuters, shoppers, and other important noncombatant types. I also picked up a bag of jungle like terrain for $1.00. There were some broken buildings on sale for $1.00 as well in 1/100, 1/72 and 1/48 scale.
|Chase center in Wilmington Delaware.....I wish a game convention would find its way here!|
|Modular boards used for transportation|
|Over pass and roads|
|Foot paths and ballast|
|Fantastic stretch of terrain|
|Rock faces created through molds|
|Layers with shades of brown and green grass.|
|Odd pieces can be found|
|Different types of trees|
|A city block of clustered buildings|
|Note the coloration of the fence|
The really attractive part of the show is in the details. Something I seldom work on in our hobby. A very inspiring trip and I highly recommend that gamers attend to find some odd addition to a game. I have no plans to change hobbies but I will attend more of these shows to obtain some unique additions to my games. I think I need to spend some more time on terrain details as well as figure details.