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Written by Nick Huggins   
Jan 08, 2011 at 07:40 AM

Happy New Year! The New Year Resolution for us for this year is trying to get back into a rhythm of weekly updates again... we've been far too patchy of late. This week we'd like to present "Wholesale Destruction" by Bon, from Gaelcon last year!

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Written by Nick Huggins   
Nov 12, 2010 at 10:56 AM

What Noirin said last week... busy and Gaelcon and Midway and stuff. Feel free to link to either if you're interested, or go read about 'em in the forums!

This week I'd like to present a lovely, well-written LARP called "Call of the Wild Hunt" by Stephen Kenneally and Aidan Marsh, neither of whom have had any of their work on the site previously and both of whom have been knocking around the Irish Gaming scene for years now. Thanks very much for the scenario, guys, and we hope to see more from you in the future!

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Update: Cogs & Dogs and Midway
Written by Noirin Curran   
Nov 05, 2010 at 06:29 AM

Hello there, Irish Gamers!

It has been awhile since the last update, mainly because Gaelcon and Midway and other things have been looming on our horizons, and effectively obscuring our view of other things! Today, however, we have a scenario for you all from the lovely Ian Power.

Cogs and Dogs, which was run two weeks ago at Gaelcon 2010, is Ian's first game to be added to the IrishGaming.Com Scenario Bank, and it has been garnering much attention owing to a Facebook-based campaign aimed at convincing him to write a sequel! If you read/run/play it and end up loving it, feel free to head over and lend your support!

"Remember, Remember, the Fifth of November" - and this date brings us to the third installment of Nick Huggins' Midway LARP - "One Wheel On My Wagon, But I'm Still Rolling Along". If you're in the mood for a game this evening, head on over to the HRTA, Swords!

As always, we're looking for more games to add to the IrishGaming.Com Scenario Bank, so if you have any games lying around that you'd like to see published on here, send them on!

Happy gaming, everyone!

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