|Author(s):||Carol Tierney and Tara Conway|
|Game EMail:||dmwcarol AT gmail DOT com|
|Male Players:||Min: 8 / Max: 12|
|Female Players:||Min: 8 / Max: 12|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 8 / Max: 12|
|Total Players:||Min: 24 / Max: 36|
Their aim is to hold a seance live on air and make contact with the dead lord. They hope to find the truth behind the legend.
There are those who will do anything to make sure the truth stays buried.
I'm Gary, husband/chauffeur/slave to DMWCarol - I'm good at doing what I'm told and bumbling around in a generally helpful sort of way. I also chase Scoobies while dressed as a monster, well you gotta have a hobby.
I've been writing and running LARPs for longer than I remember, mostly the hitting things with latex weapons type, but I've dabbled
Firstly, I'm no good at these bio things - so if there's something you want to know about me just ask - the email's shown above and I don't bite unless you ask really nice and sign the consent forms.
In general terms, I can tell you that I have been writing and running LARPs and tabletop RPGs for over 15 years now and playing in them for even longer.
The writing began with a simple weekend long murder mystery for 25 people and it all went downhill from there. Now I write several games a year and play in as many as I can.
Usually I do most of the writing myself, but I have the luxury of access to various other deliciously twisted minds to bounce ideas off, and the owners of these minds even help run the games with me sometimes so I don't feel 100% to blame.
I'm a pagan of the Heathen flavour (or should that be chocolate flavour?) and have a bit of a thing for tentacles, I also feel that LARP is supposed to be fun. Whether that makes any difference to the games I run I'll leave you to decide.
Long time roleleplayer (since a friend bought the D&D Basic set in the 80s), and almost as long time LARPer (of the hitting things with rubber swords, shooting things with IR, variety), thanks to University.
My on-line nick came out of a longrunning game, and has nothing to do with my sense of humour.
Away from gaming (can you get away from gaming?) I'm a professional geek and amatuer sound tech, with a slowly-growing collection of tech-toys.
Gaming highlights include:
Apparently my mind is deliciously twisted.