Between a Roc and a Hard Place
|Game EMail:||csandel AT gmail DOT com|
|Organization:||Urbane Undead Productions|
|Male Players:||Min: 4 / Max: 4|
|Female Players:||Min: 4 / Max: 5|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 3|
|Total Players:||Min: 8 / Max: 12|
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Between the Baronies is one important but common man, an advisor to one noble family and a friend to the other. Long the tutor of the up-and-coming Baroness, he has also watched his son grow into adolescence as the playmate of Hwaerr's new Baron.
It seems the best time for the narrator to mention an ancient and strictly-enforced law: Nobles who are arranged to be wed must never see one another's faces until the wedding ceremony.
Thus, one fine day at the humble abode of the court advisor, we find two parties about to collide-- and the stage suddenly set for disaster.
What's a Roc have to do with this? Oh, you'll find out.
Riding the coat-tails of his longtime friend and life-partner Colin Sandel, Carlos makes his triumphant return to Intercon with another run of Between a Roc and a Hard Place. Carlos has been running games since almost before he discovered girls and has become an old favorite in the Washington DC Area. The intervening year has seen him swamped with work on DC larps and finding a trophy wife to keep the paparazzi out of his relationship with Colin. Carlos is, consequently, glad to have this chance to get away from his hometown and maybe even delight a player or two.
If you see this shaggy-haired writer wandering the public halls, remain calm. Remember that eye contact may be taken as a challenge for dominance and that in certain cases he can smell fear.
Colin Sandel, while best known for destroying the moon with a giant laser two years ago, is also a creative force of significant merit.
Colin created the universe known as The Age of Corporations several years ago and has been developing it since. He is currently trying to get the official website up and running from content on the AoC Wiki and is also working on cobbling together a physical collection of AoC articles to publish and/or hand to passers-by on street corners.
Colin is not new to GMing; he has been running tabletop RPGs for five years and has GMed three LARPs, one of which was run at Intercon E (Roc and a Hard Place, which will be running again this year). He is looking forward to running two excellent games at Intercon F with Daniel Bates, Carlos Coral and Keri Ogorzalek-- his lead sandwich artist, latin lover and estranged barber (respectively).