So far we’ve been lucky enough to have a great group of attendees, staff, volunteers, guests, vendors and more. However as the convention continues to grow it becomes important to provide an official code of conduct for the event. Not only does this serve to enable us to continue to provide a safe environment or everyone who attends Enbicon, but it also makes it easier for us when we’re talking to potential sponsors, guests and event organizers. For example, in order to apply for a D&D Adventure League epic, WOTC requires a convention to have an official code of conduct in place.
Our draft Code of Conduct can be found here. Again, we appreciate that in all the years we’ve done Enbicon things have gone smoothly. Having this in place simply allows us to continue to evolve the convention to the next level.
And yes, we have someone who is working on getting a multi-table D&D Epic for Enbicon 2019!!