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Retrato de Olisippo Obscura

Chronicles of Lisbon - A Olisippo Obscura Vampire the Masquerade Live Action Game

The Domain of Lisbon is ruled with the iron fist of the Brujah Prince Artemio Astolfo Antonacci whilst the “King of Spiders”, the Nosferatu Primogen Mayem do Pombo, weaves its web of intrigues in the underground.

The former Prince, the Cappadocian Elder Dame Alice Kyteler, has settled permanently in the Domain, apparently apart from the political unlife.

Some of the old Kindreds of the Domain moved on new adventures while new ones joined this peculiar Domain.

Jogos

Bom dia

Procuro seguintes jogos, mesmo usados, desde que em bom estado:

Brewer craw

Euphoria

Tuscany

Agricola

Retrato de HBarbosa

Pendragon RPG: Contos do Rei Artur

Eis que o Ano Novo chegou! E com ele Uther Pendragon, o Rei de Logres, casou com Ygraine, a Duquesa da Cornualha. Os saxões a leste foram 

Retrato de Olisippo Obscura

[13/12/2014] Olisippo Obscura - Vampire LARP Lisboa: Prince and Prejudice

https://www.facebook.com/events/731090293642999/

***IMPORTANT***
THE EVENT WILL HAVE A FEE OF 2€ / PERSON.
***IMPORTANT***

NEW PLAYERS WILL BE ALWAYS WELCOME!
IF YOU WANT TO JOIN AND CREATE YOUR CHARACTER BEFORE THE GAME EVENT, WRITE A MAIL TO:

Game details
Location: Espaço da Juventude dos Olivais (http://tinyurl.com/espjuvoliv)
Language: English

Retrato de Olisippo Obscura

[27/11/2014] Olisippo Obscura - Vampire LARP Lisboa: The Hole of the Rabid Rabbit

https://www.facebook.com/events/1540267082882551

***IMPORTANT***
THIS EVENT IS VERY GOOD FOR BEGINNERS!
IF YOU WANT TO JOIN, WRITE A MAIL TO:

***IMPORTANT***

Game details
Location: Fábrica Braço de Prata
Language: English
Experience required: No particular experience is required and the Game is open both to beginners and advanced players.

Retrato de Rick Danger

Entretanto, em Matosinhos...

Retrato de Rick Danger

Notas do primeiro DM

"[The Referee] should bear in mind the principle that anything can be attempted. The advisability of an attempt is another thing, and one that it is the object of the War Game to make evident to all concerned by results."

"The decision in all such cases devolves more or less upon the Referee himself, but should seldom be so rendered as entirely to foreclose the question; it should rather be formulated into a ratio, in which both sides receive due consideration, and under which, by suitably consulting the dice, a decision can be arrived at without prejudice to either side."