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

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

Saga of the Lost

13 Norse set off five nights ago from Nidaros on the Viking longship Reinen under command of Harkan the Reckless. The aim to raid helpless monasteries on the west coast of Ireland and steal their livestock and gold. Last night an almighty storm hit and the Norse protect themselves within the hull waiting it out. The storm subsides slightly and when the Norse emerge they discover themselves trapped within a Lagoon separated by a causeway, which will be passable at high tide. Looking at the small island they notice it is capped by a faintly lit wooden building – clearly a monastery. They pull the Reinen up onto the beach, draw their weapons and charge up to the monastery. This game is a historical thriller with supernatural themes.

Author(s):Nick Curd, Alex Jones, Alli Mawhinney, Tony Mitton, Mike Snowden & Traci Whitehead
Game EMail:allison AT freki DOT co DOT uk
Nick "Nick" Curd   
Allison "Alli" Mawhinney   
Lead GM:Alli Mawhinney
Information for Players:This is a pretty traditional freeform, all characters are Norse warriors (both male and female) going out Viking. Players should be aware some graphic horror is described and there is some personal. The game is split up into two parts, first comprising of drinking before they set sale at telling tales. This is mainly to help players establish relationships between themselves and establish the telling saga’s. The players will conduct the raid itself in the second part as the main bulk of the game. Everyone will likely be required to speak aloud telling stories (a couple of paragraphs nothing huge) to the entire group. Which should be considered if you’re worried about public speaking. Not every character may survive until the end of the game, at the end of the day your armed Norse. We will greatly wound character before particular hitting end game time without any direct killing. However be prepared that your character may just not make it to the end. Viking dress is highly appropriate but not required. The game is not completely historically accurate for the purposes of enjoyment!
Male Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Female Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Neutral Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Total Players: Min: 12 / Max: 12
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Curd, Nick

Foolish person who agrees to help too much when asked.

Mawhinney, Allison

I've been freeforming for a hmmmm ... few years now and recently dipped my toe into writing through the Peaky weekend! Happy to chat to anyone in and out of game!