Lucky Consequences, November 22–26, 2018, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
BTL - The Director's Cut
Six different "Micro-Larps" with varying themes from dark cyberpunk to Hard SF, through to Hitchikers inspired Comedy.
Individual games vary between 4-6 players, and each one runs in a 30 minute slot.
Players will play five of the six available games. 'Descent into Oblivion' and 'To live forever' will each only run once, everyone will get to play the other four.
As such players should ensure they are comfortable with each of the games.
These have all run previously as the "Better Than Life" booth in Across the Universe, and indeed in previous playtests. All games have now been played at least 8 times.
Each game requires reading 1-2 sides of A4. All text is designed to be 'Dyslexic-friendly'.
|Game EMail:||mlj AT sabreit DOT co DOT uk|
|Lead GM:||Martin Jones|
|Information for Players:||Each game will require 1-2 pages of reading before game; time is allowed for this in the expected run time,
and all character sheets will be on dyslexic friendly fonts on off-white paper to ease reading.
Some of the games have specific "Warnings" sections. As you will be expected to play all but one of the games please ensure you read ALL these Warnings.
|Male Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 5|
|Female Players:||Min: 3 / Max: 3|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 2 / Max: 2|
|Total Players:||Min: 10 / Max: 10|
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Hello, is this thing on? Testing, testing - oops, sorry not at my day-job now. Err, got sucked into helping GM this thing, hope it goes OK. Will do my best to answer questions and ensure you have a fun time.
A not-so-closet gamer since your early youth, your played your first 'freeform' before the term was even coined. You have since been involved in writing Best of the Wurst, Veterans Day, Lists of Avalon, The Deliverance, Small World, Burning Orchid, BTL and The Apocalypse Agenda.
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 reasons currently unclear to you, you have recently taken to referring to yourself in the 2nd person.