Lucky Consequences, November 22–26, 2018, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
Miss Maypole and the Case of the Wretched Admiral
It is the eve of the Glorious 12th August 1934 and the start of the grouse shooting season. Everyone has assembled at the Countess of Tweedale’s Hunting Lodge on the shores of Loch Howe, one of the deepest sea lochs in the world, ready to blast the hell out of the local bird population tomorrow morning. There may be more than shotgun cartridges in play and grouse may not be the only endangered creatures. With rumours of wild red-eyed hounds upon the salt marshes and strange sounds from the loch late at night, there are plenty of things to investigate.
From much of the team that brought you Miss Maypole and the Christmas Pudding Affair we return to Blighty in the 1930s and step back into the world of stiff upper lips, stiff glasses of whisky and the odd stiff.
There is no need to have played the previous game, they (and all our future games) are intended to stand alone.
|Author(s):||Graham Arnold, Nickey Barnard, Natalie Curd, Clare Gardner, Abi Kirby and Sue L|
|Game EMail:||queenortart AT gmail DOT com|
|Information for Players:||Character sheets likely to be about 6-8 pages. Period clothing would be lovely, but not essential. Please dress to enhance other players' experience rather than with the correct type of hunting tweed.|
|Male Players:||Min: 8 / Max: 8|
|Female Players:||Min: 8 / Max: 8|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Total Players:||Min: 16 / Max: 16|
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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!
I started coming to Consequences in 2012 and since then I have developed a love for playing, writing and running games. I always look forward to consequences for a fantastic weekend of socialising & gaming.
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I'm pretty new to writing/GMing games but I've been playing Freeforms since 2008 or so.
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Yeah I'll just run one game, this year or maybe two.... Oh of course I'll help you with yours Kate, I really loved playing it.... Oh people want another run of Critical Path, cool.... I spent a lot of money to get set up. What... we need another game on Friday am.....?
Yeah yeah I can run something else.
Alright Enough Already.