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Mayfair in the Colonies


“These are the times that try men's souls" -Thomas Paine

In the spring of the 1770s, rumors swirl of recent deaths in Boston and the good people of Massachusetts Bay Colony gather to celebrate May Day. Dances around the maypole distract from popular unrest and plots form in secret as all watch the crowning of the new May Queen. Enmity brews among the mixed crowd of royalists, freemasons, Tories, and those hoping to stir the pot of liberty. With the call of revolution echoing in the wind and with tensions growing on each side, the time may be coming ...


Dance of the Dragons


The realm of Westeros shakes as the Targaryen King dies, the long peace ripped apart by a clash of Queens. He leaves behind an unprecedented female heir, a castle filled with questions, and a family torn apart by intrigue. As word of the old King’s death spreads at court, pleasantries turn into whispered negotiations, negotiations turn into conspiracies, and conspiracies turn into civil war.

It is a war of green and black roses, being fought with marriage pacts and betrayals, ravens and swords, fire and blood. The dance begins in shadows and courtyards with bribes, whispers, and poison as ...


An Ensemble Cast Mystery: Death at Bancroft Manor


An Ensemble Cast Mystery: Death at Bancroft Manor written by Kathleen De Smet, Tasha Robinson, and Eva Schiffer. A detective and their companion investigate a 1920s country estate mystery, while an ensemble cast plays all other significant roles to lay out the clues of the story. A game for 6 players and 1 GM.


An Ensemble Cast Mystery: Death at Bancroft Manor


An Ensemble Cast Mystery: Death at Bancroft Manor written by Kathleen De Smet, Tasha Robinson, and Eva Schiffer. A detective and their companion investigate a 1920s country estate mystery, while an ensemble cast plays all other significant roles to lay out the clues of the story. A game for 6 players and 1 GM.


A Game of Scones


by Brittany Viens and Alison Joy Schafer

All Men Must Dine!

Chaos reigns throughout the Seven Kingdoms. But first, everyone is hungry! The Small Council assembles over breakfast to discuss their personal (and often outlandish) agendas, voice their petty complaints, and finalize the seating arrangements for the upcoming banquet - a puzzle that could shape or shake the very future or foundation of the Realm. Beneath the smell of baked breads and lemon cakes, the atmosphere is poisonous. The meeting itself, a battleground. Propose laws, argue points, and use seating placements to stir up old feuds or forge powerful new alliances ...


Love Letter: The Crusade


by Elyssia McCormick, Richard Perry, Steve Hatherley, Graham Arnold

It is the summer in the year-of-our-lord 1190. The County of Watling sits quietly in the south of England in the heart of medieval Europe. The Baron and Baroness of Watling preside over a happy, pleasant court, filled with beautiful ladies and charming courtiers. Monthly feasts, holiday festivals, and tournaments help break up the monotony of daily life. The Baron and Baroness are generous, fair, and a shining example of a medieval marriage.

Today’s festivity is a great feast to celebrate the coming Crusade! The Pope has called for a ...


Magpie


Author: Hilary Umbreit


Mournful Their Mood


by Ryan Hart

Decades before the Moorstepper, before the Hunt of Antumn and the seal of the dragon, there were two dozen heroes who would become legend. A prequel to the original Lloegyr trilogy



What They Did in the Dark


by Whistler

Once every year, the Darke Council of the East (a bunch of vampires from the Greater Boston Area) comes together in their Dark Abode (the back room of Rinky Dink’s Drinks) to do Evil Doings (gossip, hiss at each other, and hold an impromptu election).

Why the election? Well, only two months ago, the appointed Grandmaster Vampyre died. They found poor Vlad a mere pile of ash on his armchair, assassinated in the traditional way: they’d pulled the curtains on him real sudden-like. The sun smote him on sight. Now, the remaining vampires of the Greater ...


A Garden of Forking Paths


by Susan Weiner, Vito D’Agosta and Nat Budin (Alleged Entertainment)

Each year, Barbara has a garden party for her birthday. She brings her family to enjoy a quiet meal in her beautiful and well-tended garden. This game charts the course of her life and the lives of those around her through the decisions made at these parties.

A Garden of Forking Paths is a LARP told in scenes. This is a game heavily inspired by Jeep format, not a traditional LARP. In each scene, four characters will face certain dilemmas, and make decisions that will affect the course of ...


Burning Orchid


by Ben Allen, Nickey Barnard, Martin Jones, Heidi Kaye and Alison Rider Hill

Set in 1932 at the party celebrating the wrap of location filming for a Hollywood movie. Burning Orchid is an immense blockbuster, detailing the passionate heart of a claustrophobic forbidden love story set in the jungle villages of Guatemala against a background of a country riven by political turmoil. And that’s not just the movie! Glamorous cast, intense emotions, a steamy situation, secrets past and present – who knows what might happen, but fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night.

The theme is ...


The Omega Expedition


by Brian Williams

The Omega Expedition, a purely scientific research mission to Antarctica. You all knew the risks when you signed up, but no-one expects things to go wrong. But it's okay: that's what all the training was for. The "just in cases...", "worst case scenarios..." and "pay attention, this could save your lives..".

And now it has saved your lives. When the storm came in, you all knew what to do. It's all going to be okay. It's just a matter of time, the storm will clear, you'll summon help and that will be ...


A Retreat to Remember


by Lelah Frey, Jaime Frey, and Philip Kelley (Peaky Midwest 2016)

A small group arrives on a remote island to do… what? Something happened and your personal memories vanished.

Strange truths and unlikely circumstances will be unearthed as the bits and pieces slowly return. A game of amnesia and discovery for seven players set in the modern day.


Blackwell


Based on 'The Red Garden' by Alice Hoffman, Blackwell follows the relationships and decisions of the inhabitants of a small idyllic (almost magical) town in the Berkshires as they prepare for the annual Founder’s Day celebrations in the face of strangers, distant war, and a recent murder.


The Difficult Life of the Costumed Henchman


Most villains have them: themed, costumed henchmen who aid them with their fiendish heists and dastardly plans. They may appear faceless behind their masks, but those henchmen have lives, too. And their lives are can be difficult. They have to put up with crusading heroes, the cackling madmen who employ them and poor working conditions. It's tough work, for which they get little respect. Something has to be done about this! It's time for the costumed henchmen to unionize. Tonight select henchmen in the employ of the city's most prominent villains have gathered to decide how they ...


Fire in Cambria


by Katie Giacomini and Eva Schiffer

Once upon a time...

At a manor house in the south of Cambria, a group of young royals have gathered. The newly crowned king of Kendridge is being met by the Crown Prince and Princess of Cambria to begin a goodwill tour. A Princess of Norland has been visiting in Cambria and her brother has arrived to escort her home. The formal greetings and ceremonial dinner went well and everyone retired to bed in good humor.

This peace was shattered when these illustrious visitors (and their retinues) were awakened in the dead of night ...


Stop That Moon!


by Tucker Le and John Benfield

In a world where heroes and villains are locked in a constant struggle, players will take on the roles of rookie heroes who are returning from a training mission in space when evil forces attempt to take the world hostage.


Rabbit Run


by Zoe Eddy, Albert Lin, Scott Sawyer, Chris Wilkins, Ben Jones, Jeff Holmes, Anthony Reed In a cyborg-controlled, dystopian future, players are of one of the last bastions of humanity: the Rabbits. The Rabbits, street gang members turned freedom fighters, are resilient, committed, and deadly. Unified by trauma and struggle, they begin one of the final struggles against the twilight of the human race.


'Tis No Deceit to Deceive the Deceiver


'Tis No Deceit to Deceive the Deceiver is a four hour cruise aboard the Deceiver on her maiden voyage from London to New York. On board you will find intrigue, romance, spies, good, evil, revenge, weddings and of course, singing.