So guys, this has been one hell of a weekend. My entire school had a Roleplaying Weekend, where those of us who wanted, learned different kinds of roleplaying, and did alot of roleplaying ourselves.
I now know the basics of being a GameMaster.
Anyways, what i wanted to write about, is 2 things.
Firstly, the first roleplay i participated in was... Amnesia: The Dark Decent. Yes. A roleplaying version of that game. 6 Playing Characters and 1 GameMaster. We where sitting in our GIGANTIC theater hall. 7 people around the table, 5 candles. And this was not a Around The Table game with dice. It was all oral. And some acting, 'cause it was Amnesia, we were getting insane. I nearly shat myself up to 5 times. And the best part? This was the least scary story, our GameMaster has ever made. And he's coming back in a month or two, and i challenged him. The challenge was, that if he made one that could literally make me break down mentally for some time *he has done that before, therefore our story wasnt as scary* i would give him 100kr. And that's about 20 dollars. And the ending blew my mind. There's only one character in Amnesia: The Dark Decent. And that's Daniel. To our knowledge one of us where Daniel. We all drew a card, looked at it, and saw which character we were. I picked Dan. But at the end, Daniel should raise his hand. And all 6 of us raised our hands. And our minds were spread all over the walls and ceilings. In this version, Dan was a skizophrenic. And we all controlled him as 6 people. It was nice.
Secondly, there was Zombie Live, and Epic Zombie Live. Epic Zombie Live got cancel'd because of trouble with everything, so that's gonna wait 'till they come again. But zombie live.
Picture this scenario: 4 zombies spread out at random on a big school. 56 students running around in COMPLETE DARKNESS, WHERE THE ONLY THING WE HEARD WERE THE SCREAMS OF THE ZOMBIES. It was, without a doubt, the scariest f*cking thing i have ever tried... Picture that you, and 2 of your friends are fumbling around in the dark. You hear a silent *...Swiiizh...* beside you. Then a horrible, gut wrenching scream, that can only be described as a cat getting run over... for 5 seconds. That's what it was like friday and saturday night. We stopped at about 3am.
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TheRoseAndItsWings Signing out.