I Ran a LARP and We Didn't Light the House on Fire!
So the Clerical Error LARP ran three times last weekend. It was amazing and awesome, and if I ever suggest making a maze again my friends are allowed to kick me in the head (at least it turned out well after we got the staple gun working and applied two rolls of duct tape).
There will be pictures forthcoming once I get them back from Kathleen (she's still busy with the moving and such). We are probably going to publish the game information online at some point, although who's writing up what and who's putting what where is still slightly up for debate.
Since last Sunday I've already thought of five LARP ideas I want to make happen. I think I'm doomed.
In other news, my boyfriend and I are gearing up for the Freedman's Victorian game next weekend. We will be the most awesomely coordinated dealers ever. (Pictures of this should be around some time next week.) ^_^
Green Sharpie is the Red Swingline of My Life...
... Well, not really but it sounds much more dramatic.
So I've been trying to make a set of dice for Shadowrun. I made one set already, where I painted the pips on the d6 with miniatures paint. I don't really want to do that again. Just painting the ones and twos took me hours.
For the second set of dice I decided to try using Sharpie markers on the pips, since that seemed like it might be a bit easier. I planned to use red for the ones (since they can cause botches) and green for the twos, threes, and fours (since they do not mark a hit/success and the dice are green). That would leave the white fives and sixes really obvious (and allow me to do less work!).
I had a green Sharpie to use, but it vanished out of our marker cup last week. I was rather annoyed. I went out today and bought a variety pack of colored Sharpies and was all excited that I would be able to finish the dice. When I got home I discovered much to my annoyance that the green Sharpie, just out of the package, was almost out of ink! Argh!
I just want to finish one damn project. Is that so much to ask?
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