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This Week's Update!
Written by Noirin Curran   
Mar 29, 2009 at 03:21 PM

This week, at IrishGaming.Com, we have three scenarios for you from the wacky, yet wonderful, Baz Nugent!

The Quare Long Hand is an RPG which was run at ConFESS 2007, and Lost Girls was run two years previously at ConFess 2005, while GUBU D'Genesis is a LARP from Warpcon 2008.

I'm hoping and looking forward to seeing plenty of you atVaticon XV - UCD's annual gaming convention next weekend - the 3rd-5th of April!


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This Week's Update - 20/03/2009
Written by Noirin Curran   
Mar 20, 2009 at 07:56 AM

This week - as promised - the self-promotion is at an end! (for now)

We have three scenarios for you from a writer who is new to the site, but has a lot of experience when it comes to writing games - the lovely Padraic Barrett. The God In The Pit was run at Warpcon 2007, and The Cassandra Project and The Vengeance Of Akoda Ozaki were written for Gaelcon 2008 and Dominicon 2008, respectively.

I'm told there are plenty more where those came from, so we can hopefully look forward to seeing more of Padraic's games on IrishGaming.Com soon!

Don't forget to check out our Scenario Writing Competition, and let us know if you have any scenarios you would like to see published on IrishGaming.Com! Write Comment (0 comments)
This Week's Update - 13/03/2009
Written by Nick Huggins   
Mar 13, 2009 at 11:30 AM

This week sees the final two installments of "The Fall", which had six parts as it was played at Gaelcon 2004. However, we never wrote down the sixth part, instead leaving it to our players to tell us what the last part would involve. So we have "An Artificial Interlude" by myself and Brian Nisbet, and "Deep In The Trenches" by me.

Next week - something by someone who isn't me or Brian... this shameless self-promotion must cease!

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