"The ordinary man is involved in action, the hero acts." (Henry Miller)

Heroic Consequences, November 20–23, 2014, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
Heroic Consequences starts in -2087 days, -1 hours and -14 minutes!

Hello, You Must Be...

"Hello, You Must Be..." is an eight-player game where the players are cast in pairs. It's character-driven, intense, funny and touches on diverse subjects such as suicide, identity, friendship and the moral consequences of choices.

We honestly can't tell you anything more about the game than that without spoiling it.

The game works best when the players know each other and have a strong relationship with the player who they are paired with. There will be multiple, independent runs of the game: once the game is full, a list of players will be sent out; we'll ask you to indicate who you'd like to be with. On the basis on this, we'll split you into groups of eight and then cast each group.

Once cast, you'll get a full character sheet.

Author(s):Brian Williams
Game EMail:games AT nnbtv DOT org DOT uk
GM(s):
Jeff "The Vortex of Chaos" Diewald    diewald AT comcast DOT net
Brian Williams    games AT nnbtv DOT org DOT uk
Lead GM:Brian Williams
Game System:None
Information for Players:The character sheets are around 6,000 words and contain a lot of information which players are expected to have read several times. The game is already written and has been run three times before, so character sheets can be mailed out about a month before the game. Costuming is entirely up to you. The game includes discussion of in-character death.
Home Page:www.nnbtv.org.uk/Games/Games.html
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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Diewald, Jeff

I'm back from across the Pond (from that other Chelmsford), and I brought one of my LARPs with me this time. I've been writing and running LARPs since long before I ever heard of an Intercon (1986), then I ran the first modern New England Intercon (the Thirteenth) and have helped with every one since then, and I wrote and ran a lot more LARPs at Intercon (and elsewhere), and boy are my arms tired, or something like that. I'm really looking forward to watching a bunch of you folks take my characters and run with them, as I am looking for a new set of characters I can play with. I am also really looking forward to helping Brian run his game, which I loved when I played it.

And if you really want to get to know me, tell me where I can get some good port, or share some of yours with me! Then we can talk LARP the proper way!

Williams, Brian