|Author(s):||I've lost the names|
|Game EMail:||mdm AT haven DOT org|
|Male Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Female Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 12 / Max: 16|
|Total Players:||Min: 12 / Max: 16|
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The first thing you recall is that God decided to give you a form. This happened a while ago. God had decided to do something BIG, and wanted to look at different aspects of the situation from different viewpoints. So God took the differing viewpoints from inside the Almighty psyche and became them.
You are one with God. God is one with you. You are the living extension of God's will. This makes you mind-bogglingly powerful. The only problem is that there are others just like you. Different aspects of God are all realized, and now there are a whole bunch of you gathered together in the vast void of pre-creation. You are one of the Archangels.
Kate was introduced to LARP by nefarious individuals she has known since preschool, who may well be in attendance at this very convention. They know who they are, and apparently feel no guilt about their dastardly deeds. In the intervening time (eleven-ish years?), Kate was a player in the DC-based "Mersienne" campaign, and the "1936: Horror" campaign, then sold her soul (or just sold out?) and became a staff member for the "1948: Signals" campaign, played the "Brassy's Men" series, and staffed three seasons of the "Threads of Damocles" campaign. Her writing and GM credits include the full-weekend LARP "Drink Deeper," & occasional scenarios for DC-local campaign games. This is the fourth time Kate's come to Intercon floor GMing for other peoples' games, including "Intrigue in the Clouds," for Dean Edgell; "Railways & Responsibility" with Team Brit, and "Tithing Times" with Tegan Hendrickson, apparently making it a habit. Despite (persistent) rumors to the contrary, Kate is not a narc.
Michael McAfee has been involved in LARPing since Sept. 1989. He has written or co-written such games as Commedia dell'Arte and Collision Imminent. He has successfully run Archangels at a previous Intercon. He is also a major force in the Boston-area audio drama scene and active in various aspects of local fandom.