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Tucson By Night: The Live-Action Game

"Generations come and go, but it makes no difference. The sun rises and sets and hurries around to rise again. The wind blows south and north, here and there, twisting back and forth, getting nowhere. The rivers run into the sea, but the sea is never full, and the water returns again to the rivers, and flows again to the sea...
...Everything is unutterably weary and tiresome. No matter how much we see, we are never satisfied. No matter how much we hear, we are not content, so I saw that there is nothing better for men that they should be happy, for that is what they are here for, and no one can bring them back to life to enjoy what will be in the future, so let them enjoy it now."

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History of the Game and other OOC documents


I wanna talk to someone about this! It sounds cool!

The mailto at the bottom of the screen will get you in touch with me, but here are some other addresses that might be of more use:

Our Storytelling Staff

Our storyteller team consists of Kim Applegate and Scott Glener.

They've also set up a LARP-specific Storytellers e-mail address at:story@chronic.lpl.arizona.edu. Questions about the game should go to them.

Another OPBN info page of interest is: Joe Palmer's page. Joe is a former Storyteller. You can also get some cool Zappa quotes there. Current players can see the format for the event sheet here, too. WARNING TO CURRENT PLAYERS: Joe's code is so old, it doesn't recognize the current storyteller's e-mail address. If you want to contact the storytellers for any reason, including event sheets and Funky Sheets, use the mailto above.

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Jason Corley -- corleyj@chronic.lpl.arizona.edu