|Author(s):||Carol Tierney, Andy Brown, Tara Conway, Gary Tierney|
|Game EMail:||badgirlzlarp AT gmail DOT com|
|Male Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 8|
|Female Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 8|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 6 / Max: 9|
|Total Players:||Min: 16 / Max: 25|
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But sometime in the 21st Century civilisation collapsed - however, humanity didn't quite manage to destroy itself and some people were left crawling on the planet's face. Among the things they kept with them was the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show.
As time moved on, Rocky Horror moved from Cult Classic to actual Cult - or rather Cults. Society is now governed by the Wild and Untamed Thing consisting of the Church of Rocky, the Temple of Brad, the Fellowship of Frank etc
Schisms between the varying factions have led to the brink of civil war - and this one could finish off humanity for good.
But even in the velvet darkness of the blackest night, there's a shining star -a last chance at diplomacy. Representatives from each of the factions have done the time warp - They have used the sonic transducer, a kind of audio-vibratory, physiomolecular transport device, which sent then back to the before times, in search of the one who may have the answers.
We join them for the floor show...
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. Originally I did most of the writing on my own, but having access to deliciously twisted minds to bounce ideas from makes the process so much more fun, so now as well as writing occasional games on my own, I'm part of the BadGirlz LARP crew and together we write several games a year and play in as many as we can.
We've had enormous fun running games at Consequences and Conception - details of which are on our website .
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. This is now running back into the gaming world, as I'm the Badgirlz LARP tech-monkey.
Gaming highlights include:
Apparently my mind is deliciously twisted.