Mythic Consequences, November 21–24, 2019, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
Mythic Consequences starts in 37 days, 11 hours and 36 minutes!
Winning the Peace
You are part of a small mixed group of civilian and military personnel from a Casualty Clearing Station outside Mons, who are on your way back to England following the Armistice. What will England in peace time bring for each of you? Having won the War, will you each be able to win the peace? Outside the train the flu epidemic rages, and social change cannot be stopped with the recent announcement of female suffrage only one of the changes that you will have to come to terms with.
|Author(s):||Alison Rider Hill, Heidi Kaye, Michele Minett, Ben Allan, Kevin Jacklin|
|Game EMail:||ibarhis AT gmail DOT com|
|Lead GM:||Alison Rider Hill|
|Game System:||No System|
|Information for Players:||Costuming, for the period Character sheets 4-6 pp Health & safety shouldn't be an issue|
|Male Players:||Min: 6 / Max: 6|
|Female Players:||Min: 4 / Max: 4|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Total Players:||Min: 10 / Max: 10|
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Kevin has been playing in, writing, producing and promoting freeform games for more than 20 years. A successful trilogy of co-written games, beginning with Home of the Bold in 1992 were the mainstay of the Convulsion convention, and introduced many stalwarts of the UK Freeforms group to the genre. Kevin produced the first UK weekend-long game of Cafe Casablanca under the Convivium banner in 1995. Kevin also enjoys boardgames, and it is through his association with designer Reiner Knizia that he has devised Hollywood Lives, which aims to meld together the constructive anarchy of freeforms with the world of high-pressure movie production and finance in an entertaining way.
Rider Hill, Alison
Alison lost count years ago of the number of games she has played; has co- organised some cons; co-written a few games (including Burning Orchid which is running this year), and is responsible for Sinews of Peace and its predecessor, Dulce et Decorum Est which is also running this year.
She may also have written to you about your accommodation here at Consequences.
Alison doesn't often bite so please say hello if you encounter her particularly if you haven't met her in the flesh before.