BBC Reality in cooperation with the Jupiter Mining Corp presents RED DWARF

Author(s):John Kammer
Game EMail:johnkammer1962 AT gmail DOT com
Adrienne "Adrienne" Kammer    adrienne DOT gammons AT gmail DOT com
John "the tall one." Kammer    johnkammer1962 AT gmail DOT com
Organization:eh, more or less.
Home Page:http://N/A
Male Characters:Min: 2 / Max: 2
Female Characters:Min: 1 / Max: 1
Neutral Characters:Min: 9 / Max: 20
Total Characters: Min: 12 / Max: 23
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The Jupiter Mining Corporation is behind schedule and over budget in the production of their first asteroid mining ship the Red Dwarf . Under construction in Earth orbit, parts of the ship are ready to go while other components still need to be shipped up from the planet. Each day of schedule slippage costs the JMC millions of Pounds Sterling in penalties, interest fees, and fines.

To help mitigate some of these losses, JMC has partnered with BBC Reality to develop the first Reality show in space. Contestants will be selected and transported to the Red Dwarf where they will compete at various challenges and each round one or more contestants will be eliminated by vote of the remaining participants. In the end, only one can win.

What could possibly go wrong?

NOTE: Getting voted off the ship DOES NOT MEAN you will be eliminated from the game. You may however pick up another character along the way....

BBC Reality is cooperation with the Jupiter Mining Corp presents RED DWARF is loosely based on the comedic Sci-Fi television series Red Dwarf. You do not require any knowledge of the television series to play in this game although having some familiarity with it will benefit some characters (Lister, Rimmer, Cat, Kryten, Holly, Kochanski).

Familiarity with "Reality" Television shows of any sort is assumed. You don't need to know specifics, just be familiar with the genre.

The "winner's" prize of an actual assignment aboard the maiden voyage of the Red Dwarf is a fiction so you won't actually win this nor any other of the thousands of Pounds Sterling in prizes we'll be advertising.

Kammer, Adrienne

Kammer, John

Although Mr. Kammer has written and run numerous games at several conventions including but not limited to GenCon, Origins, InterCon, and DexCon, not to mention having written and run campaign LARP - his claims of having single-handedly invented the genre of LARP are demonstrably false.

Still, several of his games have proven to be amusing receiving such acclaim as "Hey, that didn't suck!" and "I want my money and two hours of my life back" which, well you kind of had to be there it sounded better in person and the fisticuffs which ensued were truly amazing.

In case it isn't clear, Mr. Kammer does not take himself too seriously. Neither should you.