Wishing Well (September 18th, 2016)

You have journeyed long and far to find the fabled well said to grant wishes once every hundred years. Your carpet gave out back at the last mountain, and you're almost out of sandwiches, but you made it! Except now, the wishing well is broken. You and the talking squirrel agree: this is a most improper way for a quest to end! What's a motley assortment of wishers to do?

Wishing Well is a light-hearted Live Action Role-Playing game (LARP) loosely inspired by Patricia C. Wrede's Enchanted Forest Chronicles. There will be disguises, secret societies, and the silly and bizarre folk you might expect to find in the Enchanted Forest. Knowledge of the books is not expected, necessary, or useful, though hopefully fans will appreciate the flavor.

This LARP is in the style of Triple Blind by Mike Young: each character is made up of three separate parts, randomly combined to create a different selection of strange and wondrous characters for each run. (Unlike Triple Blind, but like most LARPs, we will give out character sheets in advance.) All ages are welcome to play.

Casting will be done randomly. However, we want to give everyone a chance to let us know about anything that's important to them, so we can tweak things if necessary. The game will be child-appropriate, but if there is something you are absolutely against having in your character sheet please feel free to let us know so we can be sure you are accommodated.

This LARP is free to play and will run at Gallery 263 in Central Square, Cambridge on Sunday, September 18th. For directions, see http://gallery263.com/about/visit/. Game will run roughly an hour and a half (including wrapup).

If you want to play, please fill out and submit this form by the end of August.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at wishing-well@pianojuice.net.

Best wishes,
Sarah and Xavid

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