"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

The Apocalypse Agenda

Working in an organisation dedicated to preventing the apocalypse can be complicated. If you are not spending your time stopping something really, really bad from happening, you're dealing with the insanities of Health and Safety assessments. Sometimes in the middle of it all you try to find time to be yourself, perhaps snatch a little joy, or spend some time to reflect on those you have lost.

A character-focused game with very few mechanics. Structurally the game is separated into several acts designed to portray the arc of a threat to humanity, while also leaving time for players to deal with the interpersonal situations that their characters find themselves in.

Warnings: This game involves some adult content (e.g. sexual references, wartime massacres, the loss of loved ones, tax returns.) May contain small traces of Humour. Not all characters will survive this game. Character sheets are expected to be around 8 sides of A4.

Author(s):Martin Jones, Emory Cunnington, Tony Mitton, Max de Vries, Ann de Vries
Game EMail:maxdv AT unforgettable DOT me DOT uk
Emory Cunnington   
Ann "Ann de Vries" de Vries   
Max "Maximus" de Vries   
Martin Jones   
Lead GM:Max de Vries
Game System:None
Information for Players:The game is designed to support many gender and sexuality choices and options. Costuming is not required but would add a lot, while being modern day.
Male Players:Min: 2 / Max: 4
Female Players:Min: 2 / Max: 4
Neutral Players:Min: 2 / Max: 4
Total Players: Min: 6 / Max: 12
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Cunnington, Emory

de Vries, Ann

de Vries, Max

Max is a producer in the video games industry by profession. He happened to be a teenage gamer in Cheshire when Treasure Trap opened, and so got involved in LARP. He got dragged along to Consequences C and fell in love with UK Freeform. He likes all the forms of LARP he has tried. He particularly likes ongoing theatre LARP campaigns. The delight of UK Freeform is the situations that can be created. Max might be a Steampunk.

Jones, Martin

A not-so-closet gamer ever since your early youth, you discovered 'freeforms' about a decade ago. You have since been involved in writing Best of the Wurst, Veterans Day, Lists of Avalon, The Deliverance, Small World and Burning Orchid.

Having successfully infiltrated a satellite construction facility your plans for subverting the orbital mind control device and using it to 'liberate' the world are one step closer.

For some reason currently unclear to you, you have recently taken to referring to yourself in the 2nd person.

Quotes: "Angst! - We Need More Angst!"