Participants of the convention will have to pay the following fee:
- 0-3 years FREE!!!
- 4-10 years€39.00
- 11-14 years€49.00
- regular con fee€129.00
The price includes 3 x Accomodation and sheets, in addition breakfast, lunch, dinner and the Convention-Fee.
Freeform for 5 to 15 Participants between 12 and 17 years.Language: German
Glorantha: We write the Year 1620 (after the Dawning of Ages). It is Water-Time in the occupied Kingdom of Sartar in Dragon Pass. Norinevra is dying. She is the ancient and beloved Asrelia-Priestress of your clan. With her last strength she has summondes all her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren from the whole country to ask one last favour before she passes away. What could that favour possibly be?
Last Boat Leaving
Freeform for 8 to 12 Participants between 16 and 100 years.Language: English
Rural Oregon, 1987. It's been 1987 for so long now that you've given up wondering why this might be. Is this Heaven, or Hell, or somewhere in between? Life goes on in Silent Valley; love flourishes and withers or becomes a lasting bond; dislike festers into hatred or is forgotten; relationships change slowly but constantly. There's plenty to do here without ever leaving the valley - and nobody ever leaves.
Tonight you are gathered with all of Silent Valley's few inhabitants in the New Tavern. A great storm - worse than any you can remember - has driven you all to seek shelter together. Everything, even 1987, ends one day. And you sense, somehow, a change in the air. Perhaps the reckoning has come at last. Your friends, your enemies, your lovers; have you made the right choices? Is there more that can be said?
Last Boat Leaving is a game at least partially about relationships, small group dynamics and acceptance over time of the very strange. It's extremely loosely inspired by books, shows and movies like Lost, Dark City and (just to be pretentious) One Hundred Years of Solitude, but mainly reflects some ideas I've become interested in recently. Plus it will hopefully be fun. - Tony Mitton -
Freeform for 10 to 10 Participants between 18 and 99 years.Language: English
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 just the movie!
Glamorous cast, intense emotions, a steamy situation, secrets past and present – who knows what might happen.
Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy ride. A character-focussed, traditional 3-hour freeform for 10 players
Information for Players:
Character sheets and background will be about 6 pages long. 1930s costuming suitable for an evening event is encouraged for atmosphere. This game is very much character focused rather than event focused, with roleplaying being the focus rather than problem solving or politicking. The theme is intensely emotional, centering on romance. It is not suitable for under-18s. Players need to be willing to play characters in romantic situations and with various sexualities, as all characters have romance. The game deals with adult themes like illegitimacy, and sexual orientation. Character backgrounds may include references to murder, war trauma, romantic liaisons with disastrous consequences (e.g unwanted children or miscarriage) and prostitution. One of the characters is a Catholic priest. We strongly recommend you consider how these issues might affect you before signing up for the game.