"What is drama, but life with the dull bits cut out?" (Alfred Hitchcock)

Dramatic Consequences, November 18-21, 2010, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset

Conduct unbecoming a gentleperson

Author(s):Dave C
Game EMail:dave DOT collis AT gmail DOT com
GM(s):
Dave "Dave C" Collis    dave DOT collis AT gmail DOT com
Lead GM:Dave C
Game System:Cthulhu'ish
Information for Players:There is some profane language in the character documents.
Male Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Female Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Neutral Players:Min: 4 / Max: 6
Total Players: Min: 4 / Max: 6

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System: Cthulhu'ish
A modernised take on the 1960 film The League of Gentlemen in three parts.

The post came this morning, that git from downstairs was rummaging through your basket as you made your way down there. A snarl from you and he passes over the jiffy bag he'd so badly tried to hide. Odd that package you muse as you walk back upstairs - printed label, franked and your rank on it. Been a while since you used your rank. Still, something to open whilst you wait for the bathroom and time to sign on.

A DVD of some old Connery movie and half a 50 note, perfectly cut. That wakes you up and you squint at the paper on the inside of the box, "First rehersal 14.00 today, the upstairs room at The Duke of York on New Cavendish Street. Payment in full to all who attend. Lunch will be provided."


Collis, Dave

Dave C is far too English to be able to write anything in this bio about himself. Seriously I find it embarrassing and awkward. Have a look at the documents we've posted and make your own decision. Additionally you could always ask Miss Lee, Mr Snowden, Young Master DT or Malk Williams any of whom I am sure would give you an honest appraisal.

Ps for real honesty get Malk to do his Yorkshire businessman shtick it is at least entertaining.