This comes a day early, because all three games being offered for GPM V on Sunday, June 23rd, 1-5pm at Fanboy 3, are completely full.
Please note because Liminal was very popular as a first choice, I’m now running a second Liminal adventure called “A Walk in the Park” (see details after player allocation table). So if you didn’t get into Paul’s “Benneth the Stones” as your first choice then I’ve put you in “A Walk…”.
|Game||Chariots of the Gods||Beneath the Stones||A Walk in the Park|
|Player 2||Andy H||Udo||Fil|
|Player 4||Richard||John R||Daniel|
|Player 5||Dan||Andrew A-W||Debbie|
Here are the details of my Liminal game
A Walk In the Park
You wanted a break from the Liminal World. A world full of ghosts jumping out of old cupboards, werewolves on the moors, schemes of magical societies in the houses of power and vampires at the disco. So, you wanted to get out of the city, to somewhere remote but not the middle of nowhere. Where you could enjoy the creature comforts while being able to take a peaceful walk in the countryside. A friend on your network of contacts came up with just the place.
A mate of theirs needs a house sitter while they are on holiday. Their 1930s house is large enough for you and the rest of your crew and is in Royton, an old mill town just down the road from Manchester in the North West. All they ask is that walk their dog in the county park at the end of the street at least once a day. Should be a nice and relaxing break?