Void When Seal is Broken [This subtitle intentionally left blank.]
March 02, 2019
Event starts at 11:00 AM, on Saturday March 02, 2019.
Event ends at 07:00 PM, on Saturday March 02, 2019.
Cost is $15.
Pre-registration ( money, magic reg ) is required (Register for Event).
My fellow adventurers, I trust you are aware of the attempted incursion on our world made by the armies of the Risen Kingdom. To our knowledge it began in earnest in early 1014, and was of course finally thwarted last March when many of you coordinated with our Militia to capture their final stronghold and the remaining portal between our two worlds. Since that day, Chimeron has ensured the portal's security and conducted tests to understand its manner of use should the need arise. Though the enemy was driven back, we know their intent was to harvest our resource-rich world of magic and materials as fuel for corrupted Void-magic and to continue their expansion even further. We bested three of their "noble" families' forces with concerted effort, but the Risen Kingdom's other targets may lack that capability. Reckless corruption, destruction, and decay cannot go unchecked. Our strength obligates us to sustain the balance of nature's ebbs and flows, and to restore that balance where it is disrupted. To that end, it is imperative that we gain access to the enemy's world. Those that would aid in this mission are welcome to gather at the Militia's Portal Outpost in Chimeron on Saturday, March 2, 1019. Should you decide to join us, here is what you need to know: -Captured soldiers called their world Gi, pronounced "GEEE", hard "G". -The portal to Gi has been heavily warded by the Risen Kingdom to weaken and obstruct any who attempt to go through it. -We have developed a procedure to strip the wards by manipulating a micro-plane within the portal itself. -Magic, life, and time (and thus, also sanity) for up to 10 individuals can be sustained in the micro-plane for about 90 minutes at a time. -No individual should venture into the micro-plane with a frequency exceeding once per month to prevent ...unfortunate... side effects. In light of the above, the mission to clear our path to Gi will be divided into three 90-minute, 10-person expeditions. The first party will be leaving late-morning and the others will venture forth later in the afternoon. I'll see you on the field. Sir Saka Keeneye Warlord of Chimeron OOC: This event is planned to be a relatively low-combat event, with a number of puzzles and challenges to overcome and plot information to discover. That said, combat will be present and some of the challenges may be physical in nature. This event is capped at 30 PCs, with three separate quest times for 10 PCs each. At this point, each quest is full. Further pre-registrations will be added to a waiting list. If you have any questions, please contact Pat Bobell via email or Facebook Messenger. Quest 1: 11AM - 1PM 1. Christie Vasquez 2. Dennis Coffey 3. Kim Coffey 4. Ed Drummond 5. Kiddo 6. Tom Gallagher 7. Ryan Welch 8. Adrian Cronin 9. Crystal Devoe 10. Tyler Chase Quest 2: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM 11. James Murphy 12. Emily Murphy 13. Sean Finn 14. Nate Soule 15. Katie Skeggs 16. Hannah Blood 17. Nick Contrino 18. John Berrini 19. Arthur Granger 20. Javier Rodriguez Quest 3: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM 21. Nick Quadrini 22. Alyssa Lee 23. Nataliya Kostenko 24. Tucker Noyes 25. Ben Pepper 26. Steve Yazinka 27. Kyle Yazinka 28. Paul Tilton 29. Zach Senchuk 30. Robbie Crockett
We intend to start and end each section of the event on time (not Realms-standard time) regardless of how many players are ready to start or end at the designated times. PCs will, however, be welcome to show up early or hang around post-quest to interact IC, or to help NPC any quest(s) after their own. Standard RTC rules (Story Shards, Trappings of Civilization, Circle Magic, Imbued Items, Void Corruption/Shaping, etc.) will be in effect. Details can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/rtcplot/ . Story Shards are due by Friday, February 15th if they are to be included at this event. Some event-specific rules or rule changes may be revealed at the event. The 2019 Omnibus may be in effect if the OEC gets it published in time! Due to space limitations in Riley Commons, weapons over five feet in length are prohibited, as are bows.
Please direct any questions to Pat Bobell via email or Facebook Messenger.
100 Institute Rd
Worcester, MA 01609
Take Mass. Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 11A (I-495). Proceed north to I-290, then west into Worcester. Take Exit 18, turn right at end of ramp, then an immediate right before the next traffic light. At next light, proceed straight through, bearing right onto Salisbury St. At the WPI sign, turn left onto Boynton St., then right onto Institute Rd., Turn left at the stop sign and park in the West St. parking lot on the corner, immediately to your right. From the North: Take I-495 south to I-290. Follow directions from east. From the South and West: Take Mass. Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 10 (Auburn). Proceed east on I- 290 into Worcester. Take Exit 17 (Lincoln Sq., Rte. 9), turn left at end of ramp, follow Rte. 9 west through Lincoln Sq., go straight onto Highland St., then right at lights onto West St. Park in the West St. Parking lot, on the left just before the stop sign. Once Parked: To get to Riley Commons, cross the Institute Rd. from the parking lot and turn left to go up the Institute Rd hill. The entrance to Riley Commons will be on the right before you get to the driveway. It's the glass door next to a sign that says Little Theater. Knock on the glass door if it's locked.