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I'm sort of testing the waters here to see if I can get enough interest to run a Phalla game of roughly 60 people in here. The details are something like this:
The setting will be ancient Greece, in a fictional city known as Phallia that is about to be overrun by the armies of the Greek empire. Players will assume the roles of the soldiers of the Phallian army who have been intercepted by spies. The narrative will be related as epic poetry in the style of The Iliad.
Game mechanics haven't been finalized, but the rules will be completely transparent. Sort of. That is, all players will know exactly what the rules are at any given time, but game mechanics may shift during the game. Such shifts will be made apparent to the players.
If you'd be interest, post in here to that effect. If I can get 60 people, or close to it, the game will begin in roughly 2 weeks.
edit: As the title said, sign-ups are now closed. The game thread will be created on Sunday, March 11. The first vote will be Monday, March 12, at 7:00 PDT. Narrations will, in general, go up as close to 7:30 PDT as I can.
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