"You have to put yourself in a position to be lucky." (Roelof Botha)

Lucky Consequences, November 22–26, 2018, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset

The Borden Legacy

Humankind lives in a world without existential uncertainties. The Great Old Ones are here among us and they give little regard for any individual human. Pray to them. Worship them. Hope that should their gaze full upon you that it is a benevolent one.

It is 1892. In the small Massachusetts town of Fall River such large concerns seem far away. All worship the Lord Dagon, of course, and his Progeny are respected members of the local community, but his dread gaze has never been drawn to your sleepy town in living memory. Many prominent citizens have gathered today in the house of the recently deceased Andrew Borden and his second wife Abby in order to hear the reading of Andrew Borden's will. There is a shadow over the family as one of the daughters of the house is stood accused of their murder. What is the truth of the crime? Who stands to gain and who to lose? And what will ultimately prove the stronger - family, blood or loyalty?

The Borden Legacy is a game of intrigue, family drama and mystery set in a world where the Elder Gods have already won.

Author(s):Nickey Barnard, Phil Dall, Dave Dorward and Clare Gardner
Game EMail:nickeyb AT gmail DOT com
Nickey Barnard   
Clare Gardner   
Lead GM:Nickey Barnard
Organization:Peaky Games
Information for Players:In an ideal world, Victorian costume would add to the atmosphere. Probably not for players under 18 as adult themes are prevalent throughout. Character sheets are between 3-6 pages long.
Male Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Female Players:Min: 4 / Max: 4
Neutral Players:Min: 3 / Max: 3
Total Players: Min: 11 / Max: 11
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Barnard, Nickey

Played my first freeform 16 years ago and have been writing them ever since the Peaky writing weekend first began, which was... a while ago now. I like a nice solid traditional freeform but my fellow writers keep making me experiment against my will - they're tricksy like that :) I am neither fish nor fowl nor good red herring, but I do know that Vikings go with everything!

Gardner, Clare