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[CLOSED] Online Private Missions, Quests, and Projects

December 2, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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An event every week that begins at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until February 24, 2021


This time slot has been booked every week by a group attempting to search for items and clues to their past in old dungeons and regions.


This fall and winter, I have changed what I can offer for LARP to an online program that is tailored to the groups goals and the needs of kids during a pandemic.  I have shifted to this model because it allows for a maximum of quality online gaming while allowing students plenty of time to also run around outside and be active, something that LARP has always been a great resource for.  Since that will not likely be available in any large scale until the spring, I am instead offering online events for players in the leagues to continue their story in a new format.  We now have almost half a year of practice at running online missions and I have learned what works best for our groups.  I will be the main GM for all of these events.  If your quest takes you onto a tangent or parallel plot line, you may want to ask a Helper to run that side plot for you, but the main elements will all be done through me in these individually scheduled group online missions and quests.  Unlike in the normal league where players discover the day of the event what is being offered as a mission, instead, players will send me their goals for their quest or mission well in advance so that I can prepare for that quest specifically. During our online time, there will be no need to debate the goals, but rather, set out on the planned mission and discussions and work can be spent more productively on how to solve the problems that emerge trying to complete the quest.

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December 2, 2020
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm


Christopher Melville