Rough Choices - A Dresden Files LARP Adventure

Author(s):Shoshana Kessock, Josh Harrison, John Adamus
Game EMail:dresdenfileslarpny AT gmail DOT com
Josh Harrison    jharr421 AT gmail DOT com
Shoshana "Shoshana" Kessock    shoshana DOT kessock AT me DOT com
Organization:Phoenix Outlaw Productions
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Male Characters:Min: 5 / Max: 11
Female Characters:Min: 5 / Max: 10
Neutral Characters:Min: 1 / Max: 4
Total Characters: Min: 11 / Max: 25
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Los Angeles has a vibrant supernatural community and you're right in the heart of it all in "Rough Choices", a Dresden Files LARP adventure! Supernatural families are coming together to introduce their kids to the 'in the know' community in Accorded Neutral Territory, but a dark secret from the past is lurking in the shadows to ruin the day. Who rules the fate of the children of Los Angeles?

"Rough Choices" is a stand-alone Dresden Files LARP game by Phoenix Outlaw Productions. Players who are familiar with the Dresden Files universe get to explore the Dresdenverse as one of their favorite supernatural creatures or else a mortal 'in the know'. Not familiar with the Dresden Files? That's fine too! All characters are pre-generated so you'll have enough to get into the game. This game may include some serious content so players 18+ only please! For information about the game, characters, and the Dresden Files LARP project overall, please contact

Harrison, Josh

Kessock, Shoshana

Shoshana Kessock is a game designer, writer and game scholar from Brooklyn, New York. As one half of the team heading Phoenix Outlaw Productions, she has been in the business of running and creating tabletop RPGs and LARPs since 2006. Her credits include staffing Dystopia Rising: New Jersey, the Dresden Files LARP (Double Exposure Cons, WyrdCon), Battlestar Galactica: Tales of the Rising Star, and many more. She is the author of the freeform LARP SERVICE, as well as upcoming LARP titles Dangers Untold (the LARP adaptation of the Heroine RPG) and New Dorado: Tales of the Wild City (a supplement to the CHRONOS Universal LARP System). When she isn't working on her larps, tabletop RPGs or fiction, she is a graduate student at the NYU Game Center where she studies game design. She is the director of the Living Games Conference, an academic conference on LARP held at NYU, and she has published LARP theory and criticism in the WyrdCon Companion 2013 as well as on sites like For more on her work, find her at or find her on Twitter @ShoshanaKessock