Schedule Updates, Cyan Activities, and Paper People

Myst Poster

Mysterium is just two weeks away (14 days, 20 hours, 50 minutes, and 28 seconds, but who’s counting?) and we’ve got a few more announcements for you.

Our schedule has been updated with lots of new information. Check out all of the nifty things going on! We have a very full weekend planned, so expect ambitious and firm cat herding as we work to make it all go smoothly and on-time. Of special note: Bryan Stratton, author of the Prima Strategy Guides for Uru, Myst IV, and Myst V, will be at Mysterium this year, and will have a discussion panel on Sunday morning!

If exploring the desert is more your speed (and we know it is for some of you), there is an optional Sunday field trip to Livingstones Rock Ranch outside of Spokane. This trip will include a guided hike through local geology, a tour of their Mineral Museum, and a chance to dig up your own sparkly stones. Those wishing to attend should be ready to depart the hotel at 10:30 AM; trip and ride-share sign-up will be posted in the meeting room. There is an additional cost of $12.50 per person for this activity that is not included in your registration fee.

In addition, we have a lot of stuff happening at Cyan. We are thrilled to announce that for the first time in Mysterium’s history, both Rand and Robyn Miller will be on-hand for a Q&A panel on Saturday morning! Cyan will also have a variety of merchandise available for purchase at their office on Saturday, including a new, limited-run Myst poster that features a special varnished watermark commemorating the 20th anniversary of the game. This poster (which you can see above) will be available for $20, limit 2 per person, with only 300 available! Be sure to check the schedule for our full itinerary at Cyan Headquarters, and who knows, there may still be a few surprises…

Can’t make it to Mysterium, but want to be there in spirit? Send a picture of yourself to paperpeople@mysterium.net, and we’ll be sure your printed likeness makes an appearance.

Posted in Events, Mysterium 2014, News.

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