Philadelphia, PA - USA, Nusquam

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Not Probationary
Not Satellite Chronicle

Genre(s): Anarch, Camarilla

Number of Players: 10-19 players

Premise: Nusquam is the quintessential story of Camarilla and Anarch Movement's long and uneasy relationship.

Philadelphia is the war-front of a grueling frontier between the Camarilla-controlled mid-Atlantic and the looming threat of the Sabbat of New York. Rife with human chaos, stories from all elements of life find their way into the unlives of the kindred who hold the territory. To the south, the Free State of Delaware shelters a growing contingent of Anarchs. It may appear the Camarilla protects them, but threat (and influence) of the Sabbat are ever present.

Theme: Frontier Town

Information for Travellers: The game site is adjacent to a county park and we are welcome to use the street for parking if the parking lot fills. Food options in the immediate area are limited, Royal Farms is about 2 miles away. Out of character room is available for meal-space and storing belongings while in play. When possible, please send your sheet in advance to the staff at phillystaff@googlegroups.com. Site fee is $5.

Website: https://www.nusquamlarp.org/

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Nusquam/

Head Storyteller: Ellie Woodruff - the.eleanor.woodruff@gmail.com

Assistant Storytellers:
AST Name AST Email
Walter Miehle phillyastwalt@gmail.com
John Burnett john.the.ast.philly@gmail.com
Eric Curtin sempermortis84@gmail.com

Council Member: Susan Burnett - nusquamcouncil@gmail.com

This chronicle information form was last updated on 03-Sep-2018

Game Sessions

Every Other Friday

Genre: Anarch, Camarilla
Check-In Starts:
7:30pm
Game Start Time:
8:00pm
Game Date Notes: Every fourth game is set "IC" in Delaware and hosted by Anarchs

Game Site Information

Game Site Address:
Iron Hill Museum
1115 Robert Melson Lane
Newark , DE
United States
Delaware US
Additional Notes:
Iron Hill Science Center, a natural history museum with a collection of taxidermy and mineral samples situated on a small, private wooded lot. Pavilion and fire pit available with prior permission from staff. Within easy reach of I-95.

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