Auckland Game 2 Dream Night


It’s the 27th February 1938 at the Bellasco Theatre, 111th West and 44th Street.

Folks have gathered for a party to celebrate the 21st birthday of Ruth Warwick, singer, actress, political activist and star of ‘Rocket to the Moon’, the theatre’s current hit.

Miss Warwick has generously announced that she wants to use her birthday festivities to raise money for the Less Fortunate, but still wants a lavish affair so she’s employed the fabulous and mysterious Miss Goodchilde to throw the bash, and true to form she’s invited all kinds of people.


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Muster at 7, game start 7.30, assistance with set dressing appreciated from 5.

Players $15
Crew $5

Please send payment to: NZLARPS- 12-3066-0279570-01 (Auckland account)- Particulars: DRY SPELL, Reference: Last name, first initial.

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To the players: rumours abound about what may be in store at Miss Ruth Warwick’s fabulous party, but one in particular has the supernatural community buzzing. Is it possible that this event is not, in fact, accorded neutral?

You wait with baited breath to hear the terms of the meeting, expecting to hear that the rumour is false.
And you wait.
And you wait.
Until, finally, a few days before the party, you find in a place you weren’t expecting, a place no-one should be able to get to- sticking out of your butter dish, or under the teabag you just put down perhaps- a note from Robin Goodchilde herself informing you that this grand affair is dedicated to the Wyld.

Not only is it not neutral, but any deaths on the night will be considered sacrifices to the Wyld Hunt.

However, she extends the hospitality of the Wyld to all guests. Robin, being fair-minded, says in the note that she is telling you this now in order that guests might be properly provisioned and protected. (ooc- food and drink is therefore safe)