Here are my games that I'll be running at Tentacles Omega.
'Street Urchins of Ancient Pavis' by Darran Sims narrated by Darran Sims. Mythic Glorantha: HeroQuest 2.0 adventure for up to 6 players. Newcomers very welcome. Maturity preferred.
"Abandoned by Family, Ancestors and the City itself, the street urchins have
a very hard existence in the shattered remains of Ancient Pavis. They live
on the discarded scraps from the city dwellers and *other* denizens of the
Rubble, a place where life is very, very cheap.
The only future they have to look forward to is a quick death somewhere in
the unforgiving ruins of this once splendid city.
The River Flock has a nice hidey-hole under the Sculpture Garden, a safe
haven in this deadly world. Yet many of the street urchins are turning up
dead, their bodies discarded.
Now a stranger in red is poking around the upper entrance. Just what is he after and is he responsible for the deaths of the other urchins?"
'Cropcircles and Lights Out' by Darran Sims narrated by Darran Sims. Supernatural: HeroQuest 2.0 adventure for 5 players. Newcomers very welcome. Maturity preferred.
"Police reports are coming in from Fulton County, Georgia of cars driving at
night without their headlights on. When helpful members of the public flash
their lights in courtesy to warn the drivers they become victims to the
All that seems to be left are the abandoned cars with their headlights smashed out. No trace of the occupants have been found. Forensic reports do confirm that the blood found in the broken headlights is canine, not human. Are these incidents related to the gang tags found in the recent spate of crop circles that also plague the area?"
"Winters Warriors" by Darran Sims narrated by Darran Sims.
Mythic Glorantha: HeroQuest 2.0 adventure for up to 6 players.
"As initiates of Inora, Goddess of the Mountain Snow, normally you are on the fringes of society as solitary hunters or warriors of the mountains. But now Orlanth is Dead! The land is locked in winter. Suddenly the 'Winter Warriors' are require to save the clan and its tula in the mountains. The dangers of winter are magnifed as ice demons roam the peaks, snowfall cuts off all the lodges and the food stocks are running low. On top of that vast columns of smoke rise from the flat lands and they are getting closer and closer. Villages are being burnt down and destroyed. Are the Lunars responsible?
Can the winter warriors stop their advance?"
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