"We all have the extraordinary coded within us, waiting to be released." (Jean Houston)

Extraordinary Consequences, November 17-20, 2011, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
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Almost Crazy
by Graham Harper, Mel Dymond Harper and Mo Holkar
It's the Summer of Love, and one small town in northern England isn't going to miss out on the mellow peace vibe. Bassethwaite Music Festival is the cosmic event of the year, particularly for bands who didn't get invited to any of the decent festivals. We follow three such bands of idealistic struggling newcomers, as they chase the dream to become… Almost Crazy.

by Carol Tierney, Andy Brown, Gary Tierney
According to all official records you don't exist. The team does not exist. The department that recruited you does not exist. The bunker you are stationed in does not exist. The threat you defend the world against does not exist. Unfortunately the alarms that began sounding fifteen minutes ago definitely do exist.

by Hanbury Hampden-Turner & Rachael Hampden-Turner
Five newly constructed space stations are mandated with the protection of Earth. Born out of an uneasy alliance between Earth’s five ruling nations, can their occupants overcome divided loyalties and save Earth from impending doom?

Hollywood Lives - The British Summer of Love 1968-69
by Kevin Jacklin and Reiner Knizia
The late sixties was a time of extraordinary upheaval in swinging Britain. The post-war baby boom led the way in bringing fresh ideas to politics, fashion, music and – yes – to cinema. So let’s celebrate all that’s great about flower-power, psychedelic Britain and bring to light again some of the classic (but alas no longer remembered) movies of the era.

In Hollywood Lives you get to become one of the movers and shakers in the movie business, and bring to life a number of film trailers. You also get to wheel and deal, and to vote in the Academy awards.

Intrigue Beneath the Waves
by Dean Edgell and Dana Edgell
The Year is 1887. The World is not quite our own. Queen Victoria rules Britannia and all her colonial possessions. The Great Powers of Europe stand on the brink of war. Join us on a voyage of discovery to the bottom of the sea, aboard a miraculous new bathysphere.

Last Chance Saloon
by Gary Tierney, Andy Brown, Carol Tierney
Welcome to the last chance saloon, watering hole to the quick and the dead. Where the good the bad and the ugly gather. Here for a fistful of dollars you may find out how the west was won, for a few dollars more you can ride the high country on the next stagecoach to Purgatory. Whether you're an outlaw, the gunslinger or a high plains drifter it doesn't matter - all of the wild bunch are served in this joint.

Let Nothing You Display
by Graham Harper, Mel Dymond Harper and Mo Holkar
It's Christmas time in the small northern town of Bassethwaite, and this year promises to be a festive season to remember. The Bassetshire Museum is throwing open its doors for a seasonal sleepover, with young and old alike bringing along their sleeping-bags and pillows to spend the night in the museum's dusty galleries. Would you prefer to sleep under the skeleton of Bassetosaurus batrachia, or in the Egyptian mummy room? And, of course, we expect a visit from everyone's favourite cheerful bearded gentleman, bringing a whole new meaning to the concept of 'grotto'. Whether you've been naughty or nice – he'll have something for you in his sack. Find out what on Saturday afternoon!

Miss Maypole and the Christmas Pudding Affair
by Graham Arnold, Nickey Barnard, Jon Cloutman-Green, Dream Cloutman-Green, Clare Gardner,Sue Lee
From the team that brought you Diamond Geezers, and Carry on at Camp David there comes a new franchise, inspired by Our Agatha.

It's December 24th 1933 and tonight is the traditional Christmas Eve party which has been hosted by the Asquith-Jones family of Cerne Abbas, Dorset for at least three generations. Their next door neighbour and guest Theodore St-John Smythe had the audacity to die last night and it's thrown the seating arrangements for dinner right out.

Join the Asquith-Jones, the St John-Smythes and their friends for Christmas Eve and ensure this is a party that will go down in history.

Night Train
by Charlie Paull, Traci Whitehead, Tony Mitton, Roger Gammas, Tym Norris, Su Jolly
It was a perfectly ordinary day when you borded the Night Train. How were you to know all was not quite as it seemed? Your fate is in your hands on the Night Train. You are heading towards your destiny, but who are your fellow passengers, and where will you get off?

Once The Smoke Clears
by Alex Helm, Rich Wood
On the 50th anniversary of the nuclear apocalypse, various survivor groups have come together to hear a big announcement. But will the secrets of the past finally be revealed? A post-apocalyptic game in the style of Fallout/Mad Max/Book of Eli etc.

Once Upon a Lily Pad
by Traci Whitehead, Heidi Kaye, John Kammer, Adrienne Gammons
There's trouble in Fairytale land. The Frog King has gone missing and everything is changing. Something needs to be done!

Operation Mission Accomplished!
by Tony Mitton, Graham Arnold, Nathan Richards and Richard Salmon

A Paranoia! freeform bearing no relation whatsoever to any recent military action or its aftermath. The game will have genuine plot, and not be a kill-fest. Please bring a Nerf gun or equivalent.

by Consequences
Shifts on the Operations Desk. You can be in charge of the gaffer tape supply :)

Putting on the Glitz
by Carol Tierney, Andy Brown, Gary Tierney
Luvvies, Darlings, Stars and Starlets - Tonight is your night to sparkle - The fabulous Chris Trace has invited you to his birthday party!

It's been the talk of the town for weeks, anyone who is anybody is going to be there. But just what is going on behind all those masks and sequins?

Star Trek: The Markovian Tendency
by Peter + Georgina Bensley
The USS Sinclair has arrived in the Auxilan sector on a mission of deep space exploration, where two starfaring nations are on the brink of war and a small party of civilian explorers have made a startling discovery. A Star Trek game, set shortly after the TNG/DS9 era.

Tabula Rasa
by Rachael Hampden-Turner & Hanbury Hampden-Turner
Six people awaken on a remote island with no memory of who they are or what happened to them. Meanwhile the government has sent an investigative team to find what has happened to their missing operatives.

The Deliverance
by Clare Gardner, Martin Jones, Allison Mawhinney and Rich Perry
The year is 1805; imagine an alternate history where space travel was discovered earlier than ever thought possible.

You are aboard the Deliverance returning to Earth after the successful rescue of survivors of the Vanguard.

Your metallic sails crackle with energy as you are propelled forward riding the currents of space; but is everything as it appears?

The Koenig Dead
by Tony Mitton

The Koenig Dead is a dark, fairly hard science fiction game loosely inspired by a recent Joss Whedon TV show. It is a semi-sequel to The Linfarn Run with some characters from that game. It won't be for everybody. Really, it won't.

The Last Voyage of the Santa Anna
by Graham Robinson
"In 1883, the steamship Santa Anna left Liverpool, bound for New York. Many legends have grown up around her final voyage. It seems unlikely that her true fate will ever be known, not least due to the wild stories of intrigue and the supernatural told by some of the survivors..." - Lost Ships of the North Atlantic

The Linfarn Run
by Tony Mitton

Five years after the War, unregistered light-trader Kestrel makes a routine run to the Linfarn system with a motley collection of passengers and cargo aboard. It's just another routine trip; just another pay-day.

The Lists of Avalon
by Helen Jones, Martin Jones, Nickey Barnard
Welcome to Avalon AD 1199 - the realm of Arthur the Lionheart! Albion is a broken land being fought over by Arthur's son, Prince John, Guinevere, Mordred, Athelstane, and others 'borrowed' liberally from Robin Hood, Arthur, Ivanhoe, Shakespeare, and even from recorded history.

The fate of the realm is to be decided at this Tourney... so break out your 'Knights of old' costumes and join in the fray.

The Quest for El Dorito
by Graham Harper, Mel Dymond Harper and Mo Holkar
Legends tell of the fabulously wealthy South American city of El Dorito, its streets paved with chips of gold. Many have sought riches and glory questing to find it – and perished in the attempt. The ill-assorted crews of conquistadors aboard the Soplar Fuerte and the Cuadro de Cerebro must each, no doubt, have their own ambitions for how to spend the treasure, should they succeed in locating El Dorito and claiming its prize. But can they set aside the quarrels and differences of the voyage, and of their pasts, to face the challenges of the quest together? As the old Spanish proverb says – those who can't hang together, will surely be massacred by justifiably peeved natives.

The Unicorn in Winter
by Dave Collis and Ben Harvey
The Monarch of Amber tires and desires the family attend the dinner table. The more ambitious children of the blood can smell a weakened animal and know this is the time to strike. Coup, abdication or loyalist take your pick and defend or claim the throne.

To Reign in Hentzau
by David Townsend and John Golden
In a thirties Balkan country, the Lord Protector's car lies shattered by a bomb-blast. Now the ruling elite and their foreign backers gather to determine the future ruler of the country amidst the shadows of murder, treachery and rebellion.

Veterans Day
by Clare Gardner/Mike Grace/Alex Helm/Martin Jones/Adrian Smith/Mike Snowden
25 years ago was the age of Superheroes, who saved the Earth from the Alien threat. Today we celebrate the end of the war, and honour their sacrifice, with the last remaining veterans.

You are cordially invited to attend. Formal dress is advised.

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