"Gothic… hidden… behind the veneer of virtue." (Edgar Allan Poe)

Gothic Consequences, November 21–24, 2013, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
Gothic Consequences starts in -2861 days, -8 hours and -36 minutes!

The Maid, The Pickpocket, The Assassin and the Lover

We've asked for a six hour slot again as it allows the game to run smoothly and easily without having to rush the ending. Please note the game will not take the full six hours so you will not have to start dashing from point to point post game. There will, as has become wont be coffee and nibbles available along with a toast to the King. The game is already written and as soon as casting sheets are completed and we have reached our player count we will send documents out, a background document is of course available, pleases contact me at dave.collis@gmail.com for the documents. Total document read of around 14k words in total the vast majority of which is backdrop detailing.

Oberon is dead, the post mortem complete, the will is yet to be read, a casket yet to be picked and if needs must a crown to be seized. Families always have the best of secrets and the worst of relationships. Everyone plays a member of Oberon's family, all have their own agenda. Sometimes these agendas may coincide sometimes they don't. This is a game of sibling rivalry and possibly finding far more out about your family than you ever expected.

Author(s):Dave C, Ben Harvey, Liz Hayward and Dave Townsend
Game EMail:dave DOT collis AT gmail DOT com
GM(s):
Andrea "Civi" Civiera    civi AT fictionauts DOT org
Dave "Dave C" Collis    dave DOT collis AT gmail DOT com
Lead GM:Dave C
Game System:Homebrew
Information for Players:No specifics, costuming whatever the player fancies.
Male Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Female Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Neutral Players:Min: 16 / Max: 16
Total Players: Min: 16 / Max: 16
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Civiera, Andrea

Collis, Dave

Quietly snoozes his way through life and games. Has recently spoken with one of the Oracles and was pleased to discover that the omens are good this year.