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Wicked Harvest Atlanta 2008
Witch Hunter is
gathering steam! It's one of the hottest new roleplaying games,
and the Dark Providence living campaign continues to expand and provide
exciting adventures. Wicked Harvest is the premiere worldwide
event for the Dark Providence campaign setting.
We will be present a one-time-only special interactive event on Friday
night. This is a combination of a social and tactical interactive
- costumes are strongly encouraged. We will also be premiering
three brand-new adventures. Additionally, there will be a variety
of intros on Friday (for new players) and a chance to play almost every
adventure that has already premiered this year.
here for a grid of games and scenarios.
here for adventure descriptions.
Is Witch Hunter Dark Providence?
Dark Providence is a
shared game world that uses the Witch Hunter - Invisible World game
system. This is a high roleplaying, non D20 system put out by
Paradigm Concepts. The game is set in the 1690s in colonial
America, the Carribean, and Europe where the PCs are battling the dark
and sinister agents of evil. A living campaign means that people
literally all over the world play it, and unlike with your local home
game, you can take your character, as-is and go play with them. Events
are played locally in people's homes, at game days, at small
conventions (like Wicked Harvest), and at big conventions (like
DragonCon, Origins, and GenCon). Paradigm Concepts has a whole
group of people dedicated to putting out FREE adventures for you to
play and making sure you have fun doing it. Of course, there are a few
rules. Think of them as your "house rules" that a GM might lay down for
a new campaign. (Websites below.)
You can actually
register for the convention now. A one day pass is $20. A two day
pass is $30. A three day pass is $35. Once you have paid,
you can then register for
your slots. If you want to GM, these fees will be reduced or
waived. Contact the coordinator at scorpienne at gmail dot com
note the new dates October 17-19.
Select in Norcross - It's in the northeast part of Atlanta
on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. There are plenty of places to eat
nearby. Ask to book a room in the NARPGA or Wicked Harvest
block. Room price is about $71 - normal rooms out of the block
are $130. There are other hotels nearby if you're looking for a
bargain - try Google.
Select Atlanta-Peachtree Corners
6050 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard • Norcross, Georgia 30071
Phone: (770) 448-4400 • Fax: (770) 840-8008
Last year we did
a limited run of Wicked Harvest and Witch Hunter:Dark Providence
t-shirts. We might also do another limited run this year. We'll post
more information when we have it.
Wicked Harvest is sponsored by NARPGA, a non-profit group dedicated to
increasing role-playing fun in the Atlanta area. http://www.narpga.com/
GMs and up to
one volunteer per slot are needed for this con. GMs and
volunteers get to play one slot free for every slot they run.
Fine Print (blah, blah, blah...)
will have to pay your registration fee before you sign up for games. No
refunds will be given for people who cancel, withdraw, or fail to show
up at the game day after registration closes. The coordinator
does not guarantee walk-ups or people who register after registration
is closed the opportunity to play. If there are open seats, they will
preferentially go to preregistered players first. Preregistration is
strongly encouraged. Registration will probably close one or two
weeks before the event. The coordinator does not guarantee
premustered groups the opportunity to play together. Players will have
the opportunity to muster themselves. If they cannot, then the
coordinator or her representatives will muster the players. Be open to
the possibility that you will play with some interesting new people.