"Nothing like a little judicious levity." (Robert Louis Stevenson)

Judicious Consequences, November 17–20, 2016, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset

Can you show me the way to Povertee Street?

This unusual freeform has you play the role of puppets in a world familiar to us all from children's TV and a certain famous gentlemen's workshop. You will be supplied with a custom built and attractive puppet (which you can keep after the game) and a normal freeform character sheet - but your character is the puppet, and as a player you will wear black and voice and operate everything through the puppet. This is freeform larp at one step removed!

Despite being a "traditional" highly plotted freeform, there is a brief ten minute workshop before the game, juts to show you how to operate the puppets and get you used to the idea. There will also be an optional 30 minute workshop after on how to make your own large puppets.

Apart from Superb Owl, who wears a large bird costume, all the characters are puppets and the game does make satirical reference to contemporary UK celebrities and politicians but no knowledge of them is required to enjoy the game, so international players VERY welcome.

Author(s):CJ, Hugh Wake, Ross
Game EMail:chrisjensenromer AT hotmail DOT com
Christian "CJ" Jensen Romer   
Hugh Wake   
Lead GM:CJ
Organization:Cheltenham Freeforms
Game System:Bespoke
Information for Players:I can imagine no risks, but will ensure the puppets are not made from materials that can cause allergies. We have made a large number in the past for events without any problems.
Male Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Female Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Neutral Players:Min: 12 / Max: 12
Total Players: Min: 12 / Max: 12
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Jensen Romer, Christian

CJ ("Christian Jensen Romer" was a fantastic pierce of baptismal bluff by his parents to make him sound more interesting than he really is)is a ghosthunter, psychical researcher and research parapsychologist in the 'Real World'.

In the world of games & conventions he is a fairly average kind of chap, who enjoys talking too much, playing boardgames and has written a number of RPG books for several systems, but most recently his contributions have mainly for Ars Magica 5th Edition. Or so he would have you believe...

CJ was a teenage Goth, and went on to a university career where he aspired to becoming "The Byronic Man", and succeeded only in becoming "mad & bad" but is rarely "dangerous to know". A debauch'd seducer of ladies,his wicked heart and sinister demeanour hide only macabre ancestry and terrible secrets. Gothic Consequences is the kind of place where innocent maidens and stout-hearted youths must use all their wiles to avoid his baleful influence.

Wake, Hugh