LARP: But Nobody Loses An Eye!

Catherine Pegg

It was supposed to be the greatest day of your life, the pinnacle, you doubted it could ever be cooler than this; you were invited to a birthday party! But now you're here you're not so sure: someone's widdled in their shoe, the little kid next door is hyped on sugar, the birthday boy is crying, and now you all have to play Pass the Parcel. Just pray they don't get round to Charades or Pin the Tail on the Donkey.

Join the horror of a 5 year old's birthday party: the laughs, the tantrums, the food stains. But it's OK - nobody loses an eye!

But Nobody Loses An Eye! is a modern day live roleplaying game about the magic, chaos and terror of childhood, for 8-12 people. The characters are children in the 4-7 age bracket, at a fifth birthday party. While there are some competing goals and personality pressures in the game, But Nobody Loses An Eye! is mostly about giving people licence to let loose their inner five year old. The game will take about two and a half hours to run, including setup and debriefing. This game has a realist setting and is rules light. It also has a low entry threshold for people who have not attended a live roleplaying game before. While the overall tone is rather silly, there are some characters who have sad themes.


Tales from the Green

Michael Foster

In the small, quintessentially English village of Devesham during the 1980s life is quiet, routine and, to the local children, boring. There’s always a game of cricket happening on the village green, the police constable rides a bicycle, as does the vicar, and everybody knows everybody. The most exciting thing to happen in recent times was Mrs Wilson controversially winning the church baking contest for an unprecedented fourth year in a row.
Today the village children, as they always do during the endless Summer holidays, have gathered under the old oak tree at the edge of the green, and each of them has a story to tell...

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The Sleepless Circus


You went to the circus already. It was great. Then you had to go home. That was bad. You stayed up really late so you can run away and see it again.

You will all play children up well past their bed times who have run off to see the circus. At night, the circus changes and danger approaches. But you really want to see the clowns before you go home. Also you have crazy powers brought on by your lack of sleep. Pretty cool, huh?

Don't Rest Your Head

The Grand Providence Hotel

Donna Giltrap

New York, 1900. The Grand Providence Hotel is a majestic building that provides high-class accommodation to the discerning guest. Just don't mind the non-Euclidean geometry, or the Thing under the bed.

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