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Written by Nick Huggins   
Aug 07, 2010 at 06:44 AM

Gamers of Ireland! I love you! No wait - that's an Octopope line, I'm sure.

I'm back from holidays with all my batteries freshly recharged and all... and I've started work on not one but two fairly large LARP projects - one at Gaelcon (their timetable's up now! Go look!) and one at the planning stage which won't get run at a convention at all. It's nice to be back in the writing place - most of my gaming output over the summer has involved gluing bits of cardboard to other bits of cardboard, exploring the product ranges of Fat Dragon Games and One Monk Miniatures. It's funny... Though I did the Prince August thing in my pre-teens, I've never really caught the miniatures bug before, but I'm building a fair small army of the little cardboard guys!

Our scenario this week is "Deltron 3030" - a tense and paranoid sci-fi game by Cian O'Sullivan which we're pleased to be republishing. Seems our stocks are running a little low again so if you've any scenarios lying around we'd be happy to accept them. Of course, come con season we're going to be lurking outside your windows again, with our puppydog eyes beseeching you to let us publicise your hard work!

Seeya next time!

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Written by Noirin Curran   
Jul 30, 2010 at 07:08 AM

Good afternoon, Irish Gamers! I'm doing an update again, as Lucky Nick has disappeared to the Land of Lego!

Today, we have another game for you from Warpcon 2010, this time from the wonderful Cork based GM - Ray O' Mahony, and this marks his tenth game in our scenario bank! This one is marked as for Over 18s, and it's a Vampire: The Masquerade scenario called L’Economia Sanguinosa.

If you have any scenarios lying around that you'd like to send us to publish in the scenario bank here, please don't hesitate to contact us - we would be delighted to have them!

Right, I'm off to play silly amounts of boardgames. Happy gaming, you all!

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Written by Noirin Curran   
Jul 23, 2010 at 07:38 AM

Helloooo, Irish Gamers! Here's hoping that all is well in Irish Gaming Land!

Last weekend was Brocon, in the University of Limerick, and it appeared to be a hit - I know I enjoyed it, and the copious amounts of Zombie Dice that were played! As I had fun playing a Serenity game with Padraic Barrett, I thought it was only apt to upload this game to the scenario bank (which incidentally contains over 250 games at this stage!)

Today we have a Serenity RPG from Padraic Barret - which was run at this year's Warpcon, January 2010: A Little Place called Hell


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