Stranger in a Strange School

  • Sat Oct 17, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Greg Wirth & Sarah Hawklyn
  • Teenagers from Outer Space - Modified for LARP
  • All ages
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  • 6
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  • Provided


Summer Vacation is over. Fall Semester is here, as are the new Freshmen. You are either an excited (and excitable) newbie or worse, an upperclassman who was drafted to welcome and greet these fresh faced lambs. Obviously, the teachers have more important tasks. It’ll be great!
Warning: This ride is not for those with heart problems, expectant mothers, people who lack a broad sense of humor, or those who expect something really, really, serious. Serious people will be mocked. You are warned!

(Note: Signing up for this event does not count against your sign up quota)

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Tags: Adventure, All ages, Alternate History, Collaborative, Combat, Comical, Drama, Emotional, Exploration, Hijinx, Light, Modern, Romance, Sci-Fi, Strong storyline, Super Powers

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4 comments to Stranger in a Strange School


  • Hello and welcome Nicholas and Xander,
    When posting a wait list, I didn’t consider that the system isn’t really set up for wait listing. As a result, both of you want in, and both played by the rules, so you are both in. 14 players is not a problem, so since we have extra characters available anyway,the simplest solution is to welcome both of you.(Adds to the chaos also. Cue evil laughter!)
    For other players however, I am closing the Wait List. I don’t want to get someone else’s hopes up, only to have to disappoint. We do send out reading and assign characters prior to the con, and integrating somebody else last minute is a problem. As soon as I get your emails, we’ll send out the basic package and get you up to speed. Thank you for choosing our game. Greg & Sarah

  • Hey Xander, Looks like you are in.
    We will be leaving the wait list option open. I do expect another drop, plus, we can accommodate one more player if the demand is there anyway.
    I will warn the uninitiated that besides being primarily a comedy LARP, that this is very much inspired by late 70’s early 80’s LARPS, which were basically larger RPG’s played live. What can I say? Mike Pondsmith and I knew each other in college, we’re literally really old school. If you’ve got questions, I’ve got answers @ Greg

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