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Any games of Numenera?

Postby jonnygray » 5:03pm on 30 Oct 15

Anyone running this at my first Indiecon?
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby thenovalord » 5:15pm on 30 Oct 15

yeah plus one to this, or any cipher game.
About time I tried it!
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby decfeeney » 2:42pm on 01 Nov 15

jonnygray wrote:Anyone running this at my first Indiecon?


If you want to try out the Cypher system, I'd be happy to run any of the following:

  • The Strange
  • The Ministry of the Impossible - a Victorian Super Spy game (a sort of mashup of Sherlock Holmes, Mission Impossible and Kingsman using the Cypher system)
  • a Flash Gordon cypher game

But because I have nothing prepped for Numenera at the moment I'd prefer to run a different Cypher system game.

However if you're asking for this because you want the 9th World setting rather than the system, I'll have to decline.
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby PaulBaldowski » 2:45pm on 01 Nov 15

I'm wide open for the IndieCon calendar at the moment. I have intentions to run Cypher System on Saturday afternoon, and will be running a different game system on Sunday, but can run Numenera if there's the desire to play.

When will you be around, J? The whole three days? Perhaps I can get something in on Friday afternoon?
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby jonnygray » 6:14pm on 01 Nov 15

decfeeney wrote:If you want to try out the Cypher system, I'd be happy to run any of the following:

The Strange


I'd like a game of this too actually! :D

PaulBaldowski wrote:When will you be around, J? The whole three days? Perhaps I can get something in on Friday afternoon?


I'm there from Thursday until Monday but Friday afternoon sounds good, if another game I've previously expressed interest in isn't in the same slot :D Cheers matey!
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby thenovalord » 6:21pm on 01 Nov 15

Oh. Im free friday afternoon and would like to try some too
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby decfeeney » 1:20am on 02 Nov 15

Looks like Paul has you covered.

I'll stand down my Cypher game :)
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby thenovalord » 8:17am on 02 Nov 15

decfeeney wrote:Looks like Paul has you covered.

I'll stand down my Cypher game :)

what
no guarantee of anything so who knows!
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby jonnygray » 10:43am on 02 Nov 15

PaulBaldowski wrote:Perhaps I can get something in on Friday afternoon?


I'm in :D

decfeeney wrote:I'll stand down my Cypher game


Well I'd still be up for a game of The Strange if it fits in to a free slot matey :D
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby PaulBaldowski » 12:34pm on 02 Nov 15

I've done an extra sign-up sheet for an official Friday afternoon game, so it's definitely on! :D
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby PaulBaldowski » 9:06am on 04 Nov 15

I printed out the sign-up sheet yesterday and stowed it with my gaming kit for the weekend.

Shall I add your name's to the list - or do you want to leave it to chance? :)

(Hey... you might get a better offer or a once in a lifetime experience come a-knockin')
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Re: Any games of Numenera?

Postby jonnygray » 11:59am on 04 Nov 15

Sign us both up matey! :D
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