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CaptWimmer

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So I've been working for a couple weeks now on an idea for a Star Trek LARP using the Artemis software. I believe I have produced something sufficient for an alpha test, and I'm looking for folks in the San Francisco Bay Area who are interested in helping out. I need a writer and a mission scripter, in addition to players.
Any chances anybody is interested in this? When I reach what I feel is a beta testing stage I will offer the rulebook freely for others to test with and provide feedback.
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Hi CaptWimmer,
I'd be interested in helping with the writing process, and I'm becoming quite good at mission scripting.
What era of Trek are we talking about here?
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CaptWimmer

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Jspaced, what I need right now is players more than anything. However if you are close, I am trying to get enough players together for 2 alpha groups, if that happens I'd be interested in seeing what you'd write for group 2.
Also I personally feel that using Artemis puts us between TOS and TNG.
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Originally Posted by CaptWimmer
So I've been working for a couple weeks now on an idea for a Star Trek LARP using the Artemis software. I believe I have produced something sufficient for an alpha test, and I'm looking for folks in the San Francisco Bay Area who are interested in helping out. I need a writer and a mission scripter, in addition to players.
Any chances anybody is interested in this? When I reach what I feel is a beta testing stage I will offer the rulebook freely for others to test with and provide feedback.


Having GMed for RPGs and written my own adventure material (the functional equivalent of scripting in Artemis), I have to ask?

What the heck have you been "producing" if you need "a writer and a mission scripter"

This ain't Hollywood.

grab an existing RPG, strip it down for LARP play, and get to the writing/mission scripting.

Given Artemis is a real system, you don't need lots of rules to simulate skills and combat resolution.

Instead, focus on character definition/development.  Which for the most part, should be about exploring strange new worlds and shooting things from your space ship.

Take a look at what the TSN guys have done with the game for their role-playing purposes.


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