Thinking about Dreamation ’09

I am figuring out my blurbs, figuring out what to play.

This is where I will break my 1st Quest block and run two settings that I don’t yet have fleshed out.

Here’s what I’ve got so far:

1st Quest: Honored Guests of the Sleeping Emperor

You are an Honored Guest of the Sleeping Emperor, kept hostage to make sure that your family remains true to the throne. Young, talented and on your own for the first time in your life with the amazing capital city of the Empire all around you. At night the noble kids put on masks fashioned like oni, traversing the rooftops, having adventures in Edo’s shadows. During the day, you take lessons with your tutors and text your friends.

The emperor’s nightmares are threatening to rip the empire apart. What is a young Samurai to do…

Inspirations: One part Legends of the Five Rings, one part Avatar the Last Airbender and one part High School Drama.

1st Quest: Warlock Corner

Your best friend was shot last week and no one on the street is sure if it was a cop, a warlock or something summoned from hell. Next week is the school’s first formal dance and you don’t yet have a date. There is a bad-ass troll under the bridge leading to your borough, zombies lurk in abandoned buildings and the streets are rife with magic.

It is just another winter on Warlock Corner.

Inspirations: One part Harry Potter, one part The Wire season four, one part Brick and a touch of Ars Magica

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4 thoughts on “Thinking about Dreamation ’09

  1. Cool. First one: As I said to years ago when he considered a campaign centered around noble kids as hostages, er, honored guests: Dibs on the bookish prince! (Well, if I’m there, if I’m playing, if it’s a logical option, all that.)

    Second one sounds like a Holly Black novel. That’s a good thing.

  2. Cool. First one: As I said to years ago when he considered a campaign centered around noble kids as hostages, er, honored guests: Dibs on the bookish prince! (Well, if I’m there, if I’m playing, if it’s a logical option, all that.)

    Second one sounds like a Holly Black novel. That’s a good thing.

  3. Cool. First one: As I said to years ago when he considered a campaign centered around noble kids as hostages, er, honored guests: Dibs on the bookish prince! (Well, if I’m there, if I’m playing, if it’s a logical option, all that.)

    Second one sounds like a Holly Black novel. That’s a good thing.

  4. Cool. First one: As I said to years ago when he considered a campaign centered around noble kids as hostages, er, honored guests: Dibs on the bookish prince! (Well, if I’m there, if I’m playing, if it’s a logical option, all that.)

    Second one sounds like a Holly Black novel. That’s a good thing.

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