In-Tow Badges and Convention PrivilegesIn-Tow badges are issued by DunDraCon without cost as a courtesy to members who have paid, to allow them to bring a non-gaming significant other, child, or care-giver to the convention at no additional cost. However, the In-Tow designation offers limited access to the convention itself. In-Tow badges are intended for those accompanying convention members who are not themselves intending to participate in convention events.
- In-Tow badges must have a full-privileged Badge to be In-Tow to.
- In-Tows may enter any part of the public areas of the convention, including Open Gaming, the Dealers Room, the Buyers’ Bazaar, Seminars, Animé, the War College, Kid's Room, Teen Room, the Martial Arts demo room and rooms in the salon area. They may not enter Organized Play space except as permitted by the Organized Play administrator. They may not spend time in individual game rooms without the consent of the GM.
- In-Tows may not register for any game. The number sequence on the badge will be rejected by our Game Registration program.
- In-Tows may not take part in any scheduled game, whether the game is subject to registration or not. In-Tows may not run games in open gaming. In-Tows also should not be playing in open gaming; the decision of any DunDraCon committee member to refuse seating to an In-Tow is final.
- In-Tow Care-givers or attendants for disabled attendees (or if the attendee is the care-giver for a disabled In-Tow) are specifically allowed to stay with their charges in all convention areas, even scheduled-game rooms, though they should not play.
- Children are, to a degree, a special case when it comes to kids’ games. In-Tow children are welcome to play in unscheduled activities in the Kids’ Room (Salon 2), and are also welcome in scheduled games specifically designated as Kids’ games, provided children who are full members and wish to play are given first priority for seating. ‘Child’ is a term that includes all attendees under the age of 18, but GMs who have designed a walk-up childrens’ game for a specific age group have the discretion to further limit the age definition, and their decisions are final.