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Squaring the Circle

Author(s):Graham Arnold, Karen Banfield, Steve Hatherley, Alex Helm, Tym Norris, Su,
Game EMail:tylorva AT gmail DOT com
Alex "Tylorva" Helm    tylorva AT gmail DOT com
Organization:Peaky Games
Male Players:Min: 6 / Max: 6
Female Players:Min: 5 / Max: 5
Neutral Players:Min: 3 / Max: 6
Total Players: Min: 14 / Max: 17

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In a sleepy English village, an amateur magic group has assembled to try and cast a spell to help defend their rural environment from greedy developers. But not everything goes to plan, and there may be more truth in stories and fairy tales than they ever believed. What's more, there seem to be more people present after the spell has been cast than there were before! How strange...

'Squaring the Circle' is one of several games written at Peaky 2008. Like most Peaky games, it is short, fun and ideal for beginners.

Helm, Alex

Mad, female, undead-obsessed Evil Overlord. I am half of the writer/organising group Wylde Deluzion. The other half is Rich!

This year we are trying to branch out into new styles and genres. Fates in Grey is a political fantasy game using a setting that has been under development since late 2006. The setting has been used for tabletop games and has been somewhat acclaimed by various people. Blood and the Sun is a mystery/intrigue game inspired by Feudal Japan.

I will happily sell my soul for any of the following: A winning lottery ticket. The last couple of Wraith books needed to complete my collection. World Domination. Success in the global RPG market. A Dark Heresy game. Chocolate.