Pub Crawl

Author(s):Nat Budin, Tegan Kehoe, Phoebe Roberts, Vito D'Agosta, and Susan Weiner
Game EMail:natbudin AT gmail DOT com
GM(s):
Nat Budin    natbudin AT gmail DOT com
Vito "Simple Wordsmith" D'Agosta    simple DOT wordsmith AT gmail DOT com
Tegan Kehoe    tegan DOT kehoe AT gmail DOT com
Phoebe Roberts    breakinglight11 AT gmail DOT com
Susan "Dybbuk" Weiner    gothiklezmer AT gmail DOT com
Organization:Alleged Entertainment
Home Page:http://www.aegames.org/
Male Characters:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Female Characters:Min: 0 / Max: 0
Neutral Characters:Min: 8 / Max: 12
Total Characters: Min: 8 / Max: 12
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It is New Year's Eve in Bridgewater. The factories closed 50 years ago and the trains stopped running here. It is a time of transition, not just between years, but between the past and the future for the city. The pubs are teeming with joy, hope, and regret. Locals wander among them, seeing old friends and talking about the changes to come.


Pub Crawl is a serious horde game with no permanent cast. The game will follow a shifting group of characters as they travel from bar to bar. All players will take the roles of several characters over the course of the game. At each bar transition, some characters will leave the focal group and others will join. Each new bar brings different faces and a new backdrop for the issues the city is facing. This is a slice-of-life game featuring real issues in a real-world, roleplaying-heavy, and mechanics-light setting.

Content warnings: simulated alcohol consumption, automotive accidents, childbirth, child abuse, substance addiction, sexual topics, class issues, anti-immigrant sentiment, gambling, suicidality, cancer, New Year's Eve. Ages 16+.


Player Communications
Roles will be self-assigned at the door based on short descriptions of the issues the characters will be dealing with. There will be no casting prior to this game.

Budin, Nat

Nat has been attending Intercon since Intercon C in 2003, and has served as con chair of Intercons P and I. He also founded Brandeis's Festival of the LARPs and co-founded Alleged Entertainment, with which he has written and run over a dozen games. More recently, he's produced several larps with Occultopus Productions in the Seattle area. Despite the seriousness of this bio, Nat is actually quite silly and loves you very much.

D'Agosta, Vito

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Kehoe, Tegan

Roberts, Phoebe

Weiner, Susan