That was so long ago, maybe before summer vacation. Those things really make you think. So I trained as hard as I could and entered a battle royal run by a self-proclaimed, "Circus-Villainy Act" that goes by the name, "Dissent". It seemed like some kind of joke and a fun summer wasted. Most of all of the candidates at the arena were either muscular golems or boyish kids my age, all guys.
They sneered at me and leered at me. The boys sneered and the muscle-heads kept looking at me funny like their necks were loose. I waved at them all.
Before the event opened we all had to go into a virtual sim and get our "specs" read. As soon as I put on the thing, I was in a fight with an alien. So I just used the buster whatever that "The Kiran" taught me and it was over... And then I was kicked out of the tournament, by the manager-dude.
"We can't have people here, like you, that can hurt my feelings" The manager said.
He was this really old guy, I think his name was Mr. Rane. But he gave me a copy of my specs data... and cried profusely.
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10 Tips for a Successful Anime Convention!
1. If you're getting an autograph from a guest, make sure to plan around that event.
2. Always book the hotel closest to your convention.
3. Never rely on a rental car but do take advantage of shuttles/busses.
4. Book in advance for lower prices.
5. Make a convention budget.
6. Try to make a group meet-up.
7. If you're applying to artist alley, apply ASAP.
8. Take advantage of the one-day rule.
9. Always go for the better hotel, saving a few dollars each night isn't going to help in the long run.
10. Get enough sleep...
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