RTX has to be the greatest convention I've ever been too. So many things happened that it's hard to figure out where to start. I would like to thank @Gus, and @Barbara and everyone else involved for setting this event up.
We started the event off with the RWBY panel, holy fuck it's amazing. I am anticipating it even more than I was previously. I wasn't sure if the show would be mainly serious or flat out comedic but @Monty @Miles @Kerry @shanewville and the rest of the group Monty named out have found the perfect balance between the two so far, and I can't wait to see what happens next. Have to say I never knew much about Shane since he's so quiet but damn he's funny.
The AH panel was hilarious as well, Ray and Gavin bursting onto the floor as X-Ray and Vav was really funny, Matt's wife is really good at making costumes, the Slenderman in the question line was super funny also, it was funny then awkward then funny again as he stood there and watched them until Michael stabbed him with the wooden sword as the crowd chanted Mogar.
I was so worried that @Jack was going to hit @Joel when his "number" was given out but props to Jack for being able to stop himself from going through with it. Even if it ended up not actually being his real number it made for the funniest Podcast segment yet.
@kzuelch's Production from A-Z panel was extremely informative and helpful since I am in school for Animation and my program has a class on producing so I loved it like always, Kathleen is always inspiring when you talk/meet her in person, she is definitely someone to look up too.
I got to be part of the Slo-Mo Guys shoot and my friends and I were in the first wave of people to throw our balloons at Gavin and Dan... I am pretty sure I managed to hit Gavin at least once but it's hard to tell.
@Jordan's RTAA panel was extremely funny as well. I hope it gets a bigger room from now on. It's funny when you look at the new RTAA's vs the old ones and notice how much better they are quality wise. I can't wait to see what he has in store for the RT community in the coming months and I am sad I didn't get to street pass him :P
The only flaw to RTX was the signing booth. In the middle of the convention wasn't the best of ideas but I guess there wasn't a whole lot of room left to stick it. I would've rather the registration booths been moved to an unused hall after the friday and had the signing booths been in the registration hall so loads of people could line up at any point in the day for whoever they wanted.
Now that I've been to RTX I really don't want to miss the next one because I know how amazing it is and I know what I would be missing. I just wish it didn't cost so much to come from Canada to be able to attend but every penny was worth it.
I finally got to eat at I-Hop and understand why @Monty is always there. Now when he tweets his food at 3:00 AM I know for a fact I want what he will be eating.
If you didn't go to RTX this year, be there next year. Trust me, you don't want to miss it.
Oh, I almost forgot. I met so many really cool and fun people to hangout with, and I will be waiting to play cards against humanity with you guys again in the middle of the hotel lounge next time. You know who y'all are! :P