1879: The Worst of Both Worlds
April 27 @ 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm
1879 : Steampunk fantasy role playing game, set in the late Victorian era at the cusp between the Age of Steam and the Age of Electricity, in an alternate history where Prince Albert survived and magic returned.
“The Worst of Both Worlds” : The shaman’s ancestral mentor has brought news and a demand. The human invaders have been skulking around the tribe’s pilgrimage site, and have stolen a talisman from one of the altars. The shaman must lead an investigation.
Why are the Red Men not respecting the agreements and staying on their own lands? Will the tribe have to negotiate with the Red Men all over again, and how can they trust the humans to keep their word a second time if they have broken it from the first? Must help be sought from a larger, rival tribe to push back the humans, or is there something else going on here?
In this scenario, the players take the part of the Saurids, the indigenous race of the Grosvenor World, with an opportunity to look at the human colonization effort from the other side.
- The 1879 table will have room for 2 – 8 Players.
- Please sign up in the Gaming Room (Salon A)
Games Master Andrew Ragland is a game designer, IT manager, and alpaca farmer from Floyd County, Virginia. In his spare time – well, he doesn’t have any. He’s been writing for FASA for twenty years or so, and leaped at the chance to take over the steampunk fantasy product line when FASA got the band back together. He’s yet to land.