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

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

The Fall of the House of Basset

Author(s):Mo Holkar, Mel Dymond Harper
Game EMail:info AT epic-experience DOT org DOT uk
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:To follow.
Home Page:http://www.epic-experience.org.uk
Male Players:Min: 18 / Max: 19
Female Players:Min: 9 / Max: 10
Neutral Players:Min: 1 / Max: 1
Total Players: Min: 28 / Max: 30

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Ever wondered what story lies behind the blackened, ruined mansion on top of Basset Hill? Probably not, because we’ve never mentioned before that there is one. But there is! – and now's your chance to live its legend, in this Gothic-tinged late-Victorian melodrama freeform. Expect port-glugging hedonism, downtrodden millworkers, mysterious forces of the occult, never-darken-my-door disinheritings, atmospheric crashes of thunder, cloaked strangers, sinister circus folk and much, much more in… The Fall Of The House Of Basset!

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.