Anime Festival Orlando 10 Completes RPG Trilogy

Jun 25th 2009
Orlando, FL (June 25, 2009) – Anime Festival Orlando is excited to announce the exciting conclusion of “The Swords of Orlandia”. “Swords of Orlandia” is the story behind AFO's Interactive Convention Experience. The talented writing staff has crafted an original story/game in which attendees can voluntarily participate all weekend long. Throughout the event there are “character cut scenes”, side quests and plenty of leveling up that even casual fans of Live Action Role-playing will enjoy. “With the popularity of role playing games such as ‘Kingdom Hearts’, ‘Final Fantasy’ and ‘World of Warcraft’ we've found this theme to be an overwhelming success for the past two years,” states event coordinator Karen Trudeau.

This year, Anime Festival Orlando has the privilege to announce their guests of honor: Reuben Langdon, Vic Mignogna, Aaron Dismuke, Chris Sabat, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Sonny Strait, Doug Smith, Jason David Frank and Robert Axelrod. “One of things that makes AFO ‘Florida's Favorite Anime Convention’ is that many of our guests take an active role in our theming and events throughout the weekend,” said Karen Trudeau. “We're really excited about the panels and workshops that have been suggested by the guests themselves.”

New events for Anime Festival Orlando 10 include Whack-a-Nerd for Charity and Wasabi Anime's Cross Play Rally Race. There will also be fan favorite events such as Happy Happy Cosplay Go Go Go and the traditional fare offered at anime conventions.

About Anime Festival Orlando
AFO is a multi-day celebration of all things related to Japanese animation and pop culture held at the Wyndham Orlando Resort July 31, August 1 and August 2, 2009. Ticket prices are only $45.00 for an adult 3-day membership badge, $25.00 for a Friday or Sunday Only wristband and $30.00 for a Saturday Only wristband.
Growing in attendance nearly 20% each year since its inception in 2000, Anime Festival Orlando has earned the title of “Florida's Favorite Anime Convention” as well as being voted one of the “Top 10 Things To Do In Orlando” by DK Publishing's Travel Guide.
For more information about Anime Festival Orlando, please visit http://www.animefestivalorlando.com/

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