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

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


Author(s):Mike Young
Game EMail:queenortart AT gmail DOT com
Sue "Queenortart" Lee    queenortart AT gmail DOT com
Mik "Mik" Reed    w00hoo AT yahoo DOT com
Lead GM:Sue Lee
Organization:Interactivities Ink, Limited
Information for Players:If you have never read any bad internet fan fic then you must do so before signing up for this game

Here's a site containing lots of it. http://www.fanfiction.net/

This game includes lots of appalling spelling, grammer p0rn and the use of the word Melon in a sexual context. Really don't sign up unless you are fully cognisant of what you are letting yourself in for.

If you read a bit of hobbit pr0n once then I suggest you might want to look at this which is absolutely NSFW, just for the experience:

After you have bleached your eyes you could take my assessment that it won't be as bad as that. Even in fan fic terms that is considered quite spechul.

Home Page:http://www.intink.com
Male Players:Min: 7 / Max: 8
Female Players:Min: 2 / Max: 6
Neutral Players:Min: 2 / Max: 2
Total Players: Min: 11 / Max: 16

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Kirk/Spock Snape/Potter Buffy/Angel/Giles/Willow Mary Sue/Everyone

Something strange is going on. A Hellmouth has opened up in scenic Mount Laurel, New Jersey. Groups from all over space and time have come to investigate and try to close it. But it has already released a demon that will need to be defeated. And the demon is causing people to behave... strangely.

Join us as we explore the world of really bad internet fan fiction.

Slash will contain adult themes and situations and is not suitable for players under the age of eighteen

Winner of the LARPA Small Game Contest 2010.
(Although it should be noted that it was the only entrant)

Lee, Sue

Is contemplating changing her job title to Frockzilla, or maybe Mary Sue Sue!!!!!!

The games she is running this year involve dodgy pr0n, 1930s country houses, and Cake.

There is always Cake.

Reed, Mik

Mik Reed has been around for ages, he has written and co-written a number of SFLRP games and some freeforms along with writing and running numerous tabletop games. He sometimes talks when it would be better for him to shut up, he often doesn't talk then wishes he had later. Some people seem to quite like him, draw what inferences from that that you will.