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  • Welcome to Troll-Thing

    h5. CONTEXT/RATIONALE: The prompt for this storyline was to serve up Nick something Gawaine-centred as a reward/apology for sidelining him so comprehensively during the Dragonfall storyline. Also because trolls are cool. You can download the humorous …

  • Stop The Wyvern

    h5. CONTEXT/RATIONALE: Another big game that ended up as a small one, but turned into an entertaining filler. Intended to be a murder mystery yarn with a big cast, the Easter Weekend curtailed that plan. Instead we have Alex/Fergus and Ray/Bors killing …

  • Last Troll Standing

    h5. CONTEXT/RATIONALE: And so, to business. The first episode of Troll Thing is an opportunity to put the Orkady brothers together, investigate the chthonic hallows and FIGHT!!! I was hoping to shift the tone back towards something more serious (well, as …

  • The Monster Mash

    h5. CONTEXT/RATIONALE: One of the short Tuesday sessions with Ray and Alex this time and an opportunity to explore how 'the People's Troll' Bors of Ganis fared during the Tourney. Now this runs the risk of contradicting events established on Sunday during …

  • Faster Than The Hound

    h5. CONTEXT/RATIONALE: A Tuesday game with Alec and Ray and a chance to do some more backstage work at Troll Thing. Ray says he's particularly enjoying playing 'the People's Troll' Bors while Alec is exploring a melancholic place while his character …

  • Mother Dearest

    h5. CONTEXT/RATIONALE: This should have been a big Sunday session, but we all got wrapped up in playing "A Touch Of Evil":http://www.flyingfrog.net/atouchofevil/atoe_about.html (futile, as it turned out: the Scarecrow won) so we only ended up with a …

  • Welcome To The Machine

    h5. CONTEXT/RATIONALE: Finally. At last. The second of the Troll Trials - the Saga Contest. Contestants will travel into the Near Dreaming to encounter a story. Later, as their memories fade, they will recount their adventure and the best story will win …

  • The Fist Unclenches

    h5. RATIONALE/CONTEXT: The long-awaited (by me, anyway) Season One Finale. The objective here is to have a jolly tough fight that will stretch players' abilities, get the hell out of the Forgotten Factories, resolve the Troll Thing and find out the …

  • Old Kent Road

    This ancient thoroughfare is a ribbon of Glamour that links [[Surluse]] to the strife-ridden realm of [[Bedegraine | Bedegraine]]. Any other route takes Fae through the [[Listenoise | Wasteland]]. The road's enchanted character might be due to it being a …

  • New Cross Tangle

    The Tangle is the transport hub of bus depots, arterial roads and railway lines. It continuously generates chimerical transport – cars, buses, trains, many trams – which then travel out across Bedegraine picking up fares of Changelings and chimeras. Most …

  • Little Millwall

    This is a New Cross apartment block built on the site of the old ‘Den’, Millwall FC’s former home. The area still generates some violent hooligan chimera in Millwall colours and the “Millwall Roar” still thunders out of here and can be heard across the …

  • Bridge House Meadows

    This was once a speedway, now an open space that generates motor car and bike chimera that can be ‘captured’ here by enterprising Fae who must then ‘tame’ them, bronco-style.

  • Goldsmiths College

    Goldsmiths was originally a Naval College but now specialises in humanities, arts and social sciences. Lucian Freud, Damien Hirst, Damon Albarn, Antony Gormley and Malcolm McLaren all studied here and the student life is a vital source of Glamour.

  • Telegraph Hill

    !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/197853/hilly.jpg(Hilly)! Telegraph Hill is a community of artist studios that supports an annual festival. The _Telegraph Hill Centre_ was set up by anti-racist campaigner Bishop Trevor …

  • Hilly Fields

    This is a wooded hill and park with a circle of standing stones erected to mark the Millennium. The stones are quote small but two tall thin stones, the 'Horns', form a gateway at one end. The views from here are a source of Glamour, as is the _Midsummer …

  • Brockley Murals

    !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/197846/murals.jpg(Murals)! Brockley Murals are early 20th century neo-Romantic artworks in the school hall of Prendergast School, near Hilly Fields. Other murals are common around Brockley, …

  • Tea Leaf Arts

    This [[Venue | Spring Venue]] in Brockley Cross is a Glamour-rich arts project supported by students from Goldsmiths’ & Camberwell College of Arts

  • Nunhead

    This area is notable for its underground reservoirs which, in the Dreaming, are subterranean lagoons where Sluagh and other Fae go sailing, fishing and hunting sea monsters.

  • Ladywell

    This still resembles a medieval village in the Dreaming, with two enchanted wells, one in the railway station that is a Glamour fount and the other in Ladywell Road which acts as a level 4 Bunk for Primal cantrips.

  • Eros House

    !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/197845/catford.jpg(Catford)! *Eros House* in Catford is a striking block of flats exemplifying brutalist architecture. Brutalist architecture is also seen in the shopping centre in *Rushey …

  • Excalibur Estate

    This estate in Catford is made of prefabs built by Italian/German POWs. The Fae think the name is auspicious and some Seelie Fae support the residents’ attempts to resist Lewisham Council trying to evict them and demolish the site.

  • Blackheath

    This is a large area of parkland to the east of Bedegraine. The Black Death burial pits mean the Heath is haunted at night by faerie undead but it is also stalked by chimerical highwaymen. Watling Street is a safe avenue along its north side and the …

  • One Tree Hill and Honour Oak

    One Tree Hill marks the western extent of Bedegraine, with [[Telegraph Hill]] to the north and [[Ladywell]] to the east. It is a rare place of Seelie dignity and respect within this Unseelie realm. Once part of the ancient Great North Wood, it is a nature …

  • Goldsmiths Tavern

    The seminal bar and venue closed down at the end of the 90s after launching the career of a million Indie bands and comedy standup acts. Now a gentrified shell of its old self, the true Tavern is a chimerical pub and venue in New Cross Gate. Unseelie Fae …

  • Dreaming Realms

    Each of the realms of New Camelot is connected to a realm in the Near Dreaming that reflects its essence: there is a Dreaming Cameliard, a Dreaming Broceliande and a Dreaming Gorre, for example. The exception is Listenoise; if there is a Dreaming …

  • King Lot of Orkady

    King of the ancient Troll Realm of Orkady and father of the four brothers [[:sir-gawaine | Sir Gawaine]], [[:sir-agravaine-of-orkady | Sir Agravaine of Orkady]], [[:sir-gareth-of-orkady | Sir Gareth of Orkady]] and [[:sir-gareth-of-orkady | Sir Gareth of …

  • Queen Morgause

    Morgause is one of the three Cerneu Sisters, along with [[:morgan-la-fey | Queen Morgan La Fey]] and Elaine of Garlot. She is the estranged wife of [[:king-lot-of-orkady | King Lot of Orkady]] and the mother of [[:sir-gawaine | Sir Gawaine]], [[:sir- …

  • Hengist Jute

    Hengist is the scion of a royal line that claims descent from both the Sidhe and the forefathers of the trolls. As proof of his lineage, he sports a small set of horns (his Balor deformity). Several trolls (and, it is whispered, ogres) recognise Hengist's …

  • Korrigan Croesan

    So what do you do when you're a bored girl from the Valleys and you've slept with every boy in the valley and their irate girlfriends too? You get the hell out of the valley. Ceri Gethin moved to London, dropped out of art college, lived in a squat but …

  • Enid the Silent

    Enid is a competitor at Troll Thing. She is under a geas to speak to no man who has not fought her in single combat. She has a chimerical eagle companion called Velgr. bq). In [[Last Troll Standing | Last Troll Standing]] Enid takes part in the Tourney …

  • Redhilda

    Redhilda is Unseelie not from some penchant for evil or mischief, but from a delight in computer technology and an impatience with mortals (and most Fae) whom she finds boring, stupid and weak. This contempt for modern society extends to embracing Asatru …

  • Cei Hir

    Pritchard Kaye is a Welsh bare-knuckle boxer who runs an illegal fight club in 'The Red Room'. You get to join the Red Room once you've stood a round with Kaye. Kaye is really Cei Hir, the Tall One (he's over 7' in height) and the Red Room is the …

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