Time Travel Review Board

Author(s):John D'Agosta, Susan Weiner, Nat Budin, Josh Rachlin
Game EMail:dybbuk AT aegames DOT org
GM(s):
Vito "Simple Wordsmith" D'Agosta    an DOT absurd AT gmail DOT com
Josh "blee" Rachlin    jrachlin AT gmail DOT com
Susan "Dybbuk" Weiner    gothiklezmer AT gmail DOT com
Organization:Alleged Entertainment
Home Page:http://aegames.org/larps/originals/ttrb/
Male Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Female Players:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Neutral Players:Min: 12 / Max: 18
Total Players: Min: 12 / Max: 18

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Tragically-killed puppies. Embarassing TV gaffes. Burned toast.

These everyday tragedies are relics of the past now that time travel has been invented! But who will safeguard the past from those who would tamper with it for malicious purposes?

On December 1st, the Time Travel Review Board of the NSF will review all applications for time travel permits leaving during the year of 2104. Please come prepared to explain your project and the larger impact of your work.


History will be made (and unmade) as a horde of would-be time travelers descend upon our beleaguered review board. What will the past be tomorrow?

Time Travel Review Board is a light comedy horde LARP dealing with everything from the politics of Ancient Egypt to the King of Rock and Roll.


D'Agosta, Vito

Vito shares some of the blame for such travesties as Fire On High, The Last Seder, and City Council of Hound's Teeth. This time around he contributed to Time Travel Review Board and Shadow over Babylon.

Some folks may know Vito as John. Vito is actually Vito's middle name. Vito goes by Vito rather than John now because there are too many Johns. After more than a dozen inquiries last year, it was decided to include this note in Vito's bio this year.

Rachlin, Josh

blee isn't.

What this means, precisely, when taking into account the fact that he's been the GM Coordinator for this convention for over a year, and there is printed evidence that he's conversed with many of you, is a question that scholars are already discussing, and will likely be debating for years to come.

Weiner, Susan

Has no bio. And it certainly doesn't include elephants.