For the first 48 hours this game is only open to those who have joined the Gauntlet since the Open Weekend a couple of weeks ago, or haven’t been able to get into a game since they joined.
Camp Flying Moose for Girls of All Kinds is a PbtA game about teen girls at a summer camp filled with strange supernatural occurrences. Inspired by Lumberjanes, and the author’s own experiences of summer camp, the game investigates mysteries, monsters, and teenage identity.
Each session has a mystery to solve related to a strange event occurring at camp. Use your skills, friendship, and empathy to help supernatural creatures solve their problems!
This is the fifth of my offerings from the Bundle for Racial Justice & Equality
Note: I am reserving two seats for Maria Morabe & Jamila Nedjadi who were on the Help Desk for our Open Weekend!
Duration: Two 3-hour sessions
Breaks: One 10-15 minute break in the middle (but more if required)
Venue: Facilitator’s Zoom
Recording: Yes, but made public only with all players’ enthusiastic consent!
Attendence: Please only sign up, if to best intentions, you can attend both sessions. For the first 48 hours this game is only open to those who have joined the Gauntlet since the Open Weekend a couple of weeks ago, or haven’t been able to get into a game since they joined.
Safety: Lines & Veils, Script Change, and Open Door Policy. Tools can be changed to suit the players. This game will follow the Gauntlet Community Code of Conduct.
RSVPs open to all from 5th November at 1pm (GMT)