- Who do I contact about if I have questions or issues with something in or out of game?
Player Liaison: Stephanie Hull
- Where do I submit Backgrounds and Character sheets to be reviewed?
Currently Brittanis Logistics
Words: “STAMUS SEMPER AD TENEBRAS” (Ever We Stand Against Darkness)
Colors: White & Gold w/Silver accent
Patron: The White Court
Symbol: The Silver Flame
Leader:His Most Generous Eminence Rufus Weaver, formerly of House Blackwood, Vox Deorum Arturian
Continue reading The Brittanis Synod
At Brittanis 3.2: FALL OF ASHES, a Really Big Thing happened. If you were there, you know what it is, and there were a bunch of questions following the event that needed some Staff clarification. Here are those answers…well, some of them.
After a host of questions, we go over the interactions between Deliveries, Traits, Effects, and Trait Categories.
The weekend event for April 29-May 1 will have some significant logistical hurdles. We’re doing our best to help you overcome them so we can all just focus on playing.
Continue reading Fall of Ashes Logistical Details
Brittanis cultures are loosely based on historical feudalism. Each culture has its own take, but the basics are the same.
Continue reading Fealty, Family, Oaths & the Unsworn
an association of people for mutual aid or the pursuit of a common goal.
Everybody does better when everybody does better. Brittanis is a cooperative game both in character and out of character. Over the past three seasons players have stepped up to help with event set up and break down and when staff have asked for help, you all have responded with gusto.
You’ve figured out what you want to play and you can smell that new character smell wafting on the breeze. Now comes the best part of LARPing: dressing the part. Since we’re playing in a world created by our director, you can look the part of your new alter ego for far less than you think and with little to no hassle. But first, let me explain what we mean when we say “coolthentic”: watch your favorite fantasy epic; be it “Willow”, “Conan”, or any movie from “The Hobbit” universe, that costuming falls under coolthentic. Should you feel drawn to more historically accurate costuming, do it. However, please understand that fitting in with the esthetic of a “Dark Arthurian LARP” is our only requirement and perusing the Brittanis Pintrest pages for costuming inspiration will also take you down the best rabbit hole a fellow dork can find. Once you’ve done that, please don’t despair. While this can be an expensive hobby, everyone started somewhere. Starting with a good base garb set will take you very far in this hobby and makes it easier for you to transition from NPCs to different PCs as you progress.
In early spring, frost still rimes the window and doors in the morning, but we can feel the promise of a new season in each passing day. Almost imperceptibly, the sun warms, the day lengthens, and the air seems pure and thin as it takes on the scent of freshly turned soil, emerging green, and soft rains. Spring is a time of awakening, of healing and renewal, of the dawning and planting of new ideas. The world seems young and virgin again.
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Stories of protagonists vying against each other, competing against one another, and on rare occasion fighting against one another are a staple of Arthurian mythology, the source material Brittanis based upon. From challenges and duels of honor to fighting the Red Knight who blocks the bridge, and finding out the Red Knight was actually a fellow Knight, such actions and deeds are part of the world our game is drawn from.
In game, characters have different goals, aims, ambitions and priorities. Especially as the game grows, it’s inevitable that these different character aspects rub up against one another and conflict. Houses, too, have their own beliefs and goals that can cross purposes.
Continue reading Character vs Character Actions