|Author(s):||Nat Budin, Tegan Kehoe, Phoebe Roberts, and Susan Weiner|
|Game EMail:||gothiklezmer AT gmail DOT com|
|Male Characters:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Female Characters:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Neutral Characters:||Min: 8 / Max: 12|
|Total Characters:||Min: 8 / Max: 12|
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Pub Crawl will follow a shifting group of characters as they travel from bar to bar. All players
will take the roles of multiple characters over the course of the game. At each bar transition,
some characters will leave the focal group and others will join. Each new bar brings different
faces and a new backdrop for the issues the city is facing. This game is real-world, real-
issues, roleplaying-heavy, and mechanics-light.
Content warnings: simulated alcohol consumption, automotive accidents, childbirth, substance addiction, sexual topics, class issues, anti-immigrant sentiment, gambling, suicidality, New Year's Eve. Ages 16+.
Nat has been attending Intercon since Intercon C in 2003, and previously served as con chair of Intercon I. He also founded Brandeis's Festival of the LARPs and co-founded Alleged Entertainment, with which he has written and run over a dozen games. Despite the seriousness of this bio, Nat is actually quite silly and loves you very much.
Hey, look, it's a (partially complete) LARP resume - http://larpresume.boldlygoingnowhere.org/people/Wordsmith/ That seems easier than putting words here.
Tegan Kehoe is a public historian and museum professional by day, a freelance writer by night, and a LARPer by the witching hour. Well, not really, because she's not at all a night owl, but you get the idea.
Phoebe is a Boston-area theater artist who works in writing, acting, directing, modeling, and costume design. Her current major project is her series of new plays, "Mrs. Hawking," mystery capers set in Victorian London about the adventures of two women who secretly defend other ladies against the injustices of society. More informaton can be found at her website, Mrshawking.com
Susan has been LARPing for more than half her life and writing LARPs for most of that. With Alleged Entertainment, she has written Last Seder, 10 Bad LARPs in 100 Bad Minutes and quite a variety of things in between. She especially enjoys writing American Freeform games and other games that push the boundaries of our understanding and expectation of LARP. Wow, that got pretentious fast. Writing serious bios is hard.