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

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

B.A.D. Books

Author(s):Mo Holkar, Mel Dymond Harper, Graham Harper
Game EMail:info AT epic-experience DOT org DOT uk
GM(s):
Graham Harper    gjh AT servalan DOT net
Mel "mel" Harper    mel AT herald DOT co DOT uk
Mo "Mo" Holkar    mo AT epic-experience DOT org DOT uk
Lead GM:Mo Holkar
Organization:The Epic Experience
Information for Players:The usual Epic Experience blend of dark farce and frantic plot-weaving. Includes a storyline about peer-group rivalry at secondary-school, and occult (or would-be occult) elements.
Home Page:http://www.epic-experience.org.uk
Male Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Female Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Neutral Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Total Players: Min: 12 / Max: 12

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"This afternoon, why not pop down to Bassethwaite And District Books, your premier local independent retailer of reading matter? There's everything from the latest bestsellers to the most arcane literary curiosities. And local girl made good, Paige Turner, will be signing copies of her hard-hitting autobiography Shaking Off My Roots and talking about how she overcame the disadvantages of growing up in Bassethwaite to become the renowned gardening writer she is today. We here at Basset FM will be covering the event live, so it's also your opportunity to meet me, Jenny Taylor, and the crew.
"In other unrelated news, police have identified the human remains that were recently found buried near the sixth-form clubhouse at Alderman Evans Memorial High School. Inspector Seymor, leading the investigation for Bassetshire Constabulary, announced that the body is that of teenager Barry Cade a pupil at the school who disappeared nearly twenty years ago. The cause of death has not yet been established, but the Inspector said that 'some sort of ghastly occult ritual' seems to have been involved."


Harper, Graham

Harper, Mel

The member of Epic Experience most likely to be found swearing at technology.

Holkar, Mo

Part of the Epic Experience collective, writing and running fine freeforms since the distant days of 1993.

In what we laughingly refer to as "real life", Mo is still a game designer, publishing murder mystery party games with Steve Hatherley under the Freeform Games banner.

Mo is also responsible for the maintenance and development of the Consequences website software.