Ultimately I feel it's good advice to consider LARP on a sliding scale.
The time has come for a new campaign, and a custom built Vampire the Masquerade 5E campaign was offered, with the setting of New Orleans in the 1920's.
So a choice was offered to us, either a 'Unhallowed Metropolis Revised' campaign or a Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition campaign.
I thought I might highlight the choice cuts from each month for you and summarise the year.
In my mind at least during the summer of 1998 (or was it '89?) it was the greatest RPG in the world.
Then we started the actual campaign and the printed material. Oh dear.
When Chicken Time Warp arrived at the office I snapped this one up for myself. This is the kind of board game I enjoy playing.
It was at this point that we thought it might be highly amusing if our young Dwarven companion fell pregnant.
Dark Era is set in the early 1960's with players taking on the role of secret agents tasked with dealing with alien threats.
A couple of years had passed since our last adventure and each of our characters were set upon their chosen paths.