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TPC 2021 - Booth Construction Guide & Regulations (Last Updated 2/27/2021, 3:52 PM ET)

NOTICE- You must have successfully registered for TPC 2021 before you can build your booth. For information on registration, please see the TPC 2021 Registration Guide.


Booth Construction will last from the beginning of registration to April 20th, 2020 (two days before the event starts). Here's how you build your booth-

  • You'll sign onto Palace Creative and message TheWebCon directly. (If TheWebCon is not online, DM him on Discord using the contact information provided below. He'll come on to allow you to build, if he can. Note that you will not be able to build booths on Sundays due to restrictions on when TheWebCon can come online.)
  • He'll take a few moments to check your reservation. (Remember, you can only build for a booth that you registered for OR a booth where you are registered as a builder for.)
  • If you are good to go, you'll be given a rundown of some rules and given permissions to build! Once you have completed your booth, message TheWebCon again. He'll check it over, then confirm it ready for the convention!

IMPORTANT NOTICE - Note that you will not be able to build booths on Sundays due to TheWebCon's schedule. Apologies for any inconvenience!


The regulations for booth construction are as follows-

  • Each booth space dimension limits are 8 blocks tall from the ground level, and 3 blocks deep from the ground level. Each booth has a length of 7 blocks and width of 5 blocks for a total volume of 385 blocks per booth. Do NOT place blocks outside of these dimensions. Doing so (and refusing to adjust your booth) may result in your booth and registration being revoked. This year, the depth marker has been indicated by a red concrete floor placed in each booth space that may not be altered or removed.
  • While building, remain inside your booth’s designated build space. You MAY build on the outlines, but may NOT build outside of the provided dimensions. However, you may place signs, item frames, ladders, trapdoors, doors, levers, buttons, tripwires, banners, or any other details on the exterior of your booth (as long as they aren’t blocks).
  • All readable content (such as books, armor tags, signs, etc.) must be appropriate and follow the Palace Network Creative rules. Armor tags (armor stands with name tags applied) are permitted, however they are limited to 2 per booth. This rule will be strictly enforced. Armor stands without tags, however, will be unlimited, but must be placed within booth dimensions.
  • You may not build or edit a booth space that you are not registered for, nor alter or remove blocks from the convention center itself.
  • You may NOT leave the convention hall, the plot, or attempt to break out of the convention hall while still added. Logging off the server or leaving the plot while added will result in TheWebCon revoking your permissions, and you'll need to contact him again in order to build.
  • You may not look at other booths or any other part of the convention area excessively (It'll waste TheWebCon's time and you'll be able to do this during the actual convention).
  • You must build the booth for the plot/company you registered for. If you want to adjust your reservation to build for a group or project that was not initially registered, please contact TheWebCon.
  • All booths are subject for final review and adjustment by TPC 2021 and, by extension, Fuse Entertainment Company, should it be determined that such adjustment is necessary in order to meet the above regulations.

Want your booth to stand out? Good booths include the following elements:

  • Good and appeasing design and layout
  • Information about the plot, what is coming next, and how to visit the plot
  • Eye-catching design without being too jarring
  • Have a well-designed layout and design (not just a giant box)

WARNING! Any incomplete booths that were reserved may be removed if they are not completed/finished by April 20th, 2020 (the deadline for booth construction). Make sure to complete your booth as soon as possible to prevent this from happening!


If you have any questions, feel free to contact TheWebCon directly through Discord (@TheWebCon), or get in touch with a Fuse Resort Staff Member. Thank you for your understanding!

Edited by TheWebCon
Updated information for TPC 2021.
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