And They Were As Gods
|Author(s):||Carol Young, Andrew Zorowitz, Dan Kolligan and the Foam Brain Staff|
|Game EMail:||andrew AT foambrain DOT com|
|Organization:||Foam Brain Games|
|Male Players:||Min: 8 / Max: 8|
|Female Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 5|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 1 / Max: 5|
|Total Players:||Min: 14 / Max: 18|
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13 years ago, the Cult of Cthulhu attempted to summon a great being from the netherworld. Unfortunately, they made the worst mistake possible. They succeeded.
The only survivor of the summoning was a lady known as Old Mimi. She founded The Cult of the Children of Cthulhu, and made her own following. Over the 13 years since the founding of the Cult, Old Mimi has gathered followers, perfected spells, and waited for the perfect time to enact the most powerful summoning spell ever attempted – the night of the winter solstice. Tonight, members of the Cult gather at Old Mimi’s cabin in the woods to summon a great demon, bind it, and obtain its powers. Tonight, you will become a god.
This is a new director's cut edition of And They Were As Gods, Winner of the 12-24 Player Category of the 2007 LARPA Small Games Contest
Andrew's first LARP run was Mary Celeste, in 2004. Three times. In nine days. He's run many games since, both at RPI and cons. The group has many bizarre props, including a "brain in a jar", which inspired the group's name. Whether this brain has since been used to replace Andrew's brain, lost in a LARP-related accident, or whether the brain in the jar is still the original is, and shall remain, a mystery.
Andrew's group would very much like to license rights to any and all LARPs (especially weekend-long games, but, really, anything...) - if you've got a game, you should talk to him about it.