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Photo: Island gamers party at Pearkes all weekend

Alyxx Mayr is dressed as Red Sonja, a Marvel Comics character related to the Conan the Barbarian tales. Mayr rolls  dice Saturday night as she plays a game of Warhammer at the fourth annual Gottacon gaming convention at Pearkes Recreation Centre. The convention hosted a non-stop, all-day-all-night  extravaganza of video, board, trading card, role playing and miniature games bringing together hobby-based gamers from all over the Island and the mainland from Feb. 3-5.  - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Alyxx Mayr is dressed as Red Sonja, a Marvel Comics character related to the Conan the Barbarian tales. Mayr rolls dice Saturday night as she plays a game of Warhammer at the fourth annual Gottacon gaming convention at Pearkes Recreation Centre. The convention hosted a non-stop, all-day-all-night extravaganza of video, board, trading card, role playing and miniature games bringing together hobby-based gamers from all over the Island and the mainland from Feb. 3-5.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff
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