Girl Genius: Agatha Heterodyne and The Perfect Construct
|Author(s):||Mark "Justin" Waks|
|Game EMail:||justin AT waks DOT org|
|Male Players:||Min: 10 / Max: 12|
|Female Players:||Min: 10 / Max: 11|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 4|
|Total Players:||Min: 20 / Max: 27|
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Life in the lands of Baron Wulfenbach are never simple, if you're a spark. (Actually, they're even less simple if you aren't a spark.) Between Clanks, Revenants, and the occasional meteor being dropped on your house because someone's new teleportation system went wrong, you never quite know what's going to happen before teatime.
But even by modern standards, the rumors about the hidden castle are a bit unsettling, and the people being drawn to it are assorted, to say the least. The Baron is leading his official expedition, of course, and will brook no renegade sparks who might cause trouble. Which, of course, is bringing every spark out of the woodwork, each trying to capture (and improve upon) the rumored "Perfect Construct". So what if no one knows what it is? That just makes it a more interesting challenge!
So come and join this fray, set in the world of Airship Studios' Girl Genius, as everyone from a megalomanical cat to a gang of Jaegermonsters (Ja!) come stumbling across each other, in the tale of "Agatha Heterodyne and The Perfect Construct".
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Where he started, how long ago, and through how many games - these all mean nothing. In the end, what matters is that he thought it seemed like a good idea at the time...
Reuss, R. Eric
Eric used to LARP far more frequently, but has settled down into a once-a-year-at-Intercon kind of simmer for the past half-decade or so. Why he jumped in to help GM a morning game is anyone's guess, but he's quite looking forward to it.
Professor Mark Waks prefers to be known as "Justin" in public. Nothing you need to concern yourself with -- it's between him and a few old Constructs that didn't leave on the best of terms. Founder of the Department of Interactive and Meddlesome Literature at TPU (an interdisciplinary group between the departments of Drama and Creative History), he is proud of his record of having the sixth fewest student fatalities among TPU's faculty last year.