"Often she felt as though she had been picked up and turned about like a kaleidoscope, that all her complacent assumptions had been shaken up and reassembled in a different order." (Judith Lennox)

Kaleidoscopic Consequences, November 23–27, 2017, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset

From Bassethwaite With Love

It's Trans-Siberian Excess all round, as a cultural exchange visit and friendly football match at Bassethwaite's twin town in the depths of the Russian heartland go horribly wrong. Will our heroes survive would-be defectors, SMERSH agents, the last Siberian tiger and the horror of the manufactured pop group Steppes to find seven brides for seven brothers, or will they just be fiddling on the roof?

Author(s):Mel Harper, Mo Holkar, Wendy Prosser
Game EMail:info AT epic-experience DOT org DOT uk
Graham Harper   
Mel Harper   
Lead GM:Mel Harper
Organization:Epic Experience
Game System:not so much a _system_ as such...
Information for Players:We do not generally pre-cast; there will be a short information sheet, plus a character sheet, to read at the start of the game. This is unlikely to exceed 3 sides of A4 in total. Costuming is entirely optional (clothes are not...)
Home Page:www.epic-experience.org.uk
Male Players:Min: 10 / Max: 11
Female Players:Min: 7 / Max: 7
Neutral Players:Min: 2 / Max: 2
Total Players: Min: 19 / Max: 20
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Harper, Graham

Graham started writing and GMing games for Epic Experience after many years (decades?) of playing them, often as the infamous Herbert Rotwang.

Harper, Mel

Part of the Epic Experience. I would say "the one most usually found swearing at technology" but I think Graham's taken over that job this year...