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GAME/Lexicon: 2006-5: The Nullosk Eventuality - The Cover Story
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Fri, Jun. 16th, 2006 09:44 am
GAME/Lexicon: 2006-5: The Nullosk Eventuality

As many of you know, and many more of your don't, I had to cancel and drop a number of games this summer due my sudden an unexpected exile to the Old World. Rather than doing something useful with my anger, I've decided to run a Lexicon.

For those of you unfamiliar, a Lexicon is a game of worldbuilding, in which each player represents a scholar writing the history of a particular place. The game is played on a Wiki, which I will provide, and involves writing 100-200 words per turn (you can determine for yourself how much time this will take you), and reading the entries of the other players ((Playercount -1)*150 words or so).

The premise of the game is that the players are a group of scholars arguing about the events leading up to the Nullosk Eventuality, and the Eventuality's impact on the creation of the First Imperium.

If you're interested in playing, create an account on the Wiki at http://www.bronzite.net/lexicon, and then email me with your account name to get on the player list. For more information on what a Lexicon is and what the rules are, visit http://www.20by20room.com/2003/11/lexicon_an_rpg.html. All other inquiries, direct to this address.

Gamestart is Monday, 19 June 2006.

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Current Location: Maidenhead, England, UK

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jeffr23
jeffr23
jeffr23
Fri, Jun. 16th, 2006 06:12 pm (UTC)

Spotted this off of a blogsearch of the Lexicon rules, and am interested, but am having trouble with the 'email you' part of the instructions...can't find an address to send to anywhere, and your lexicon account isn't set up to email through that either...


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jjlc
jjlc
jjlc
Mon, Jun. 19th, 2006 10:16 pm (UTC)

How much commitment does this require? Would I need to read every day, or could I miss a day here and there without ill effects?


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bronzite
bronzite
Robert Bronzite
Tue, Jun. 20th, 2006 08:11 am (UTC)

We've actually already started going on the game, and positions have closed, but you're more than welcome to read along to decide if you'd like to get in on any subsequent runs of similar Lexicons.


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