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Utah was first place in Cosplay, Harry Potter, Star Wars, LARPing, Fantasy Literature, and Lord of the Rings. We came second in Star Trek and Dr. Who.
Dungeons and Dragons made the list of things they checked, but not Pathfinder. Not sure whether that would have changed anything, though.
|Looks fun, right?|
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A really big hint that we're a nerdy state is the fact that FanXperience, the Salt Lake Comic Con, had over 100,000 attendees, making it the largest convention ever held in Utah, and the third-largest Comic Con in the nation. We were beat out by California and New York, the former which has 13.2 times our population, and the latter which has 6.7 times our population.
Heck, even some of our realtors are a little bit geeky.
|If you know what these are, we should definitely talk.|
The point is, Utah is very friendly towards nerds, geeks, and anyone who cares about what the difference is between nerds and geeks.
Do you want to live in the geekiest state in America? Let's talk.