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Bay Chang
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Really interesting take on the Prisoner's Dilemma, +Daniel Solis (and with a hint of Two Rooms and a Boom?). I'm very eager to try it, and given the holidays this is the perfect time for a big family group. I'll report back...

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Just finished a game of The Quiet Year with +Aaron Feild, +Matthew Ito, and +Sean Anderson. In an ash-cloud shrouded land, the mushroom-ingesting Light Priests brought on the Frost Shepherds when their pilgrimage reached the sacred volcano. 
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Two seats opened up today for this great story game. Check it out and sign up at the event page if you're interested!
Game: The Quiet Year

This is a Virtuacon event. Seats have been reserved for those who signed up via RPG Geek. If any seats are open on game-day, others are welcome to jump in.

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For a long time, we were at war with The Jackals. But now, we’ve driven them off, and we have this - a year of relative peace. One quiet year, with which to build our community up and learn once again how to work together. Come Winter, the Frost Shepherds will arrive and we might not survive beyond that. But we don’t know about that yet. What we know is that right now, in this moment, there is an opportunity to build something.

The Quiet Year is a map game. You define the struggles of a post-apocalyptic community, and attempt to build something good within their quiet year. Every decision and every action is set against a backdrop of dwindling time and rising concern.

Each week of the quiet year we will reveal a card that triggers certain events – bringing bad news, good omens, project delays and sudden changes in luck. The players tell the story of the community, not playing individual characters but highlighting how individuals and groups affect the fate of the community. At the end of the quiet year, the Frost Shepherds will come, ending the game.

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Update: we have two open seats at the moment.

I'm running The Quiet Year over Hangouts for RPGGeek's Virtuacon event this Saturday (Oct 19, 8pm PDT). A player had to drop out, so we have one seat open -- anyone interested? Sign up on the geeklist item link below, or at the G+ event at https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cpfl92ssgortjua771qh2qv0ke0 .

GMs: I just put a link to my G+ event on the signup geeklist item for my game. Doing this might make it easier for your players to find the G+ event.

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A seat for The Quiet Year (Time-Slot H) has opened up! This is a cool story game about how a post-apocalyptic community comes together (or tears itself apart) during a year of rebuilding. Check it out at http://buriedwithoutceremony.com/portfolio/thequietyear/ and then sign up at the geeklist item linked below.

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Game: The Quiet Year

This is a Virtuacon event. Seats have been reserved for those who signed up via RPG Geek. If any seats open up come game-day, others are welcome to jump in.

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For a long time, we were at war with The Jackals. But now, we’ve driven them off, and we have this - a year of relative peace. One quiet year, with which to build our community up and learn once again how to work together. Come Winter, the Frost Shepherds will arrive and we might not survive beyond that. But we don’t know about that yet. What we know is that right now, in this moment, there is an opportunity to build something.

The Quiet Year is a map game. You define the struggles of a post-apocalyptic community, and attempt to build something good within their quiet year. Every decision and every action is set against a backdrop of dwindling time and rising concern.

Each week of the quiet year we will reveal a card that triggers certain events – bringing bad news, good omens, project delays and sudden changes in luck. The players tell the story of the community, not playing individual characters but highlighting how individuals and groups affect the fate of the community. At the end of the quiet year, the Frost Shepherds will come, ending the game.

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Upcoming "K" version of Android to be called KitKat! So long, Key Lime Pie.
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