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Author Topic: Fiasco, my new best friend  (Read 1019 times)
Charlie_X
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« on: March 29, 2010, 04:35:37 AM »

Wow. I heard about this on the Pulp Gamer podcast and went from abstractly curious to fixated in the last few hours, getting the preview, then the pdf.

I'm a UK Gamer and was wondering if the print version is available over here. I know Esdevium Games cover distribution in the UK, but am unaware if they stock it, or if I'll need to sneak-print it at work over the next week somehow. I already have a white-board, so I'm planning on using it instaed of post-its like the Gnome Stew guys did.

I've already got a couple of ideas of things to run and weirdly this fits a campaign one of my group ran for us, called "The Day I Shot Your Heart", involving Serbian painkillers expired in the 1980's, a rocket launcher, a fight in a theme park, an asthmatic hitman and a trunk filled with someone else's coke.

So yeah, any word on the print version being in/coming to the UK?
When I've had a playthrough or two and can put my own ideas together, is there any place I can post those?
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Jason Morningstar
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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2010, 05:36:26 AM »

That's great to hear! I know you'll have fun with Fiasco. You can purchase the physical book from Leisure Games:

http://www.leisuregames.com/

100 Ballards Lane
Finchley
London N3 2DN

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8346 2327

Feel free to share your playsets here if you like - I'd love to see them! If we like your set and it fits with our schedule, there's a chance we'll work it up into an official free download, with your permission.

--Jason
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« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2010, 05:38:28 AM »

Oh, also - the white board works great. I like to use index cards or post-its because it creates a built-in set of notes for writing up what happened during the game, but it is a little more resource-intensive and prone to getting drinks spilled on it.
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Charlie_X
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« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2010, 02:26:34 PM »

Fair play. If I run this at a friend's, I'll use index cards, but when at the flat, the giant whiteboard will be awesome.

I'll have to check out Leisure Games for the dead tree version. Thanks for the link.
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