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Free Play 68 | LTN Con 2019 Recap


About This Episode

LTN Con has LTN Come and LTN Gone, and it was good! Nerds from all over the US and Canada came to learn what exactly Love Thy Nerd is, who runs it and why it’s important. We had sessions on our three pillars, raffled the night away and gave away over 200 games!  But was it worth it? That what we want to talk about this week on the Free Play Podcast.



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