Lucky Consequences, November 22–26, 2018, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
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The U-Geneva Convention
The U-Geneva Convention is a freeform heavily based in politics for 12 players set in near-alternate history. It is October 1945 and the Second World War has just ended. The Allied effort was greatly aided using U-Gene soldiers. U-Genes are genetically enhanced people to have enhanced strength, reflexes & speed to the limit of human potential. All sides within in the conflict have created their own version of process, the very best of which was Wing Commander “Eagle” who was sadly lost in action 2 years ago.
The war had now ended, and the world must decide what to do with the creation of the U-Genes with potential rogue agents from Axis powers still active. UN ratification is merely days away. Alex Quiste the leading delegate for South America has gathered leading figures from Science, Military and Political backgrounds as well as leading U-Gene’s themselves to Lake Geneva. The objective of the meeting it to make formal proposal of UN body to regulate the U-Gene’s future and the measures, powers and extent of which the new body will have.
|Author(s):||Ben Cole, Natalie Curd, Nick Curd, Helen Garvey & Helen Jones|
|Game EMail:||curdnick AT gmail DOT com|
|Lead GM:||Nick Curd|
|Information for Players:||Costuming is purely optional but smart business attire will be suitable for most characters. There is also some rampant sexism and non-modern views in the game whilst we have neutral characters and we are letting the players determine their characters gender other characters may treat them extremely poorly. This game does contain triggering emotional themes such as the sense of being 'other' and having children.|
|Male Players:||Min: 4 / Max: 4|
|Female Players:||Min: 2 / Max: 2|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 6 / Max: 6|
|Total Players:||Min: 12 / Max: 12|
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