|GM Data Handling Duties|
|Permission To Run|
|Consequences Ops Staff|
For the most part, the staff of Consequences are pretty lax about what you can and cannot do during the convention. There are a few rules, however, that do need to be followed. It is important to follow these policies, otherwise you may not be welcome at the Con.
Anyone who bids a game for Consequences agrees that they will ensure that all those involved in running this game will:
Note: Under GDPR you may only use personal identifying information for the declared purpose, in this case to administer the Notorious Consequences Virtual Events.
Consequences follows a strict first come, first serve policy when it comes to game registrations. If there is someone who must be in your game, the best solution is to have them sign up early, to make sure they get in. Alternatively, you have the option of making them a GM for your game.
GMs must ensure that they have obtained any necessary permissions to run any game they bid. This will usually be obtained by one of the following:
Consequences Operations Staff are available throughout the Con to assist you. Operations will help you set up and organise your game. If you know that your game may have unusual demans on operations, please let us know so that we may assign extra people to it. Operations Staff will also be around during the running of your game.
We make a concerted effort to get word about all of our games out as far and as wide as we can. Your game is part of that advertising. If you have specific advertising material, please make sure our Games Coordinator has copies, so that we can distribute it wherever we go.
Word of mouth is the most powerful tool we have in promoting Consequences, and our GMs are our best promoters. We'd appreciate your help in getting players to register for your game, and for others. The Con Committee will be working hard to make sure that Consequences is the best all-larp con there is, to attract players from all around the world.
Try and encourage other folks to register now, if you can. We want to start a positive feedback loop. The earlier we can announce a strong schedule, the more players will be attracted to the con. That will mean we'll have to go out and find more games, which will draw more players, and so on... If you know of people who want to play in your game, tell them the best way to guarantee their spot is to register now. That will allow them to sign up online as soon as we open registration for your game.
Thanks for considering bidding a game; once it has been accepted please sign up for the GM email list (or this list for tabletop GMs) which we will be using to keep you informed of sign up dates, player allocations, and lots of other good stuff which you will need to know about. This will be an information list which we will use to send out information. All your queries and replies should be addressed our GM Liaison.