"Nights through dreams tell the myths forgotten by the day." (C. G. Jung)

Mythic Consequences, November 21–24, 2019, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
Mythic Consequences starts in 91 days, 1 hours and 32 minutes!

Night Train

It is a perfectly ordinary day when you got on the train. How were you to know all was not quite as it seemed? Your life and your fate are in your hands on the Night Train. You are heading towards your destiny, but where will you get off?

Characters from diverse backgrounds are on a train together. They have to work out what is going on, why they have been thrown together and how to extricate themselves from the situation in the best possible way.

All Aboard! We hope you have a pleasant journey.

Author(s):Charlie Paull, Traci Whitehead, Tym Norris, Su Jolly and Roger Gammans.
Game EMail:charlie AT alanpaull DOT co DOT uk
GM(s):
Roger Gammans   
Charlie Paull   
Traci Whitehead   
Lead GM:Charlie Paull
Organization:Peaky
Game System:none
Information for Players:Character sheets plus game rules are generally about 6 sides long for each player.

Some characters will be given new information to read in-game. It is possible on the casting form to indicate whether or not you wish to be one of these.

Some characters may require more elaborate costuming, but some have very little costume requirement. It is possible to indicate on the casting form which you prefer.

Contains woo.

Male Players:Min: 8 / Max: 8
Female Players:Min: 5 / Max: 5
Neutral Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Total Players: Min: 13 / Max: 13
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Gammans, Roger

Apparently I should have a bio.

I've written some games at peaky, and sometimes even run them at consequences.

Paull, Charlie

Alan & I bring and run the boardgames library at Consequences. We're happy to teach, play or lend boardgames at any time. We have a wide range from absolute beginner to genuine geek and all stops in between.

I also write, run and play freeforms.

Whitehead, Traci

A latecomer to games of all types and I've spent the last decade or so enthusiastically trying to make up for lost time.