Alas, I shall be unable to make it this year.
Although I did manage to get several games of Are You A Werewolf? going at the local university's "All Day Roleplay Day" last Saturday. And I've never known people to have so much luck. In the first game in which I'd only put the one werewolf, they picked him in the first few rounds. So for the second game I didn't let them know I'd put in a second werewolf. I even announced "Werewolf, please open your eyes" and then silently indicated to the werewolves that there were two of them. The jammy sods then picked one of the werewolves immediately, but I then quickly instructed them all to close their eyes again. Surprise!
Also, I found that a laser pointer is quite a neat way of clarifying the person you think the werewolves or seer is pointing to. You don't have to move much, and it looks cool. Especially useful when you have very limited floorspace and there are a lot of people crammed in the room.
Managing to squeeze in a game of Zendo goes without say, and also playing both versions of Chrononauts was fun.
So that's my games fix for a while since, as I stated at the start: no GenCon for me this year.
On 30/10/2005 23:26:50, Kristin Looney (kristin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
> Yay UK Rabbits! Have fun at GenCon!
> -Kristin (Mamma Rabbit) Looney
> --On Sunday, October 30, 2005 1:34 AM +0100 Alex 'Tiefling' Roberts
> < tiefling@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Esteemed rabbits,
> > Our glorious leader here in the UK, Jenny Waddington, has asked me to
> > remind you all of the following, as
> she's presently more a little too like
> > our mascot for comfort:
> > 1. Gen Con UK is less than a week away.
> > 2. We're
> understaffed, so please say if you're coming along, or confirm if
> > you already volunteered.
> > 3. Please bring a pair of rabbit ears, and if you have Icehouse sets,
> > please bring those too.
> > 4. We will be doing the Scavenger Hunt, so everyone over here now has a
> > chance.
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