Note that this is my first game that I have GMed solo. There is a
substantial risk that it could suck. Obviously, I have tried to avoid
being in a World of Suck. If you are easily annoyed by sucktastic games,
you may not want to apply. Thanks in advance for cutting me some slack.
In case you missed it, the blurb.
- Galileo Base is running on Sunday, 13 February 2005, from
1-5pm. Another run is extremely unlikely to occur.
- The game centers around shooting: there will be only minimal thinking
involved. No, it will not be shooting for four hours straight; you're
- My casting policy is: I will cast people. Just because you apply does
not mean that you will necessarily be cast.
- Packet handout will be performed electronically the week before the
- Separately, there will be a mandatory meeting on the Wednesday or
Thursday before game weekend; this has yet to be scheduled.
If you want to play with people in a squad, make sure that they also note
that in their apps. So if you write "Hi, my name is
<redacted>; I want to reprise the Anime Schoolgirls Squad
with <redacted>, <redacted>, and Joe Foley,
so please cast us together", then Joe should make sure to send in something
similar in his app.
Oh, which reminds me: costuming is always encouraged, especially if it's
stylish or makes me laugh. But the key is laugh with you, not laugh
One last note: even if you want to NPC, please fill out the whole form. I
don't know how good people are with dart guns and whatnot, so I want to
avoid making casting errors like "sure, how about mpp, carl, larry, and
chad on one side, and the Myopic Uncoordinated Salted Slugs on the other
Galileo Base is being written and run by Stardragon Enterprises, who is
Dave Leung. Galileo Base is set in the PD/FSA universe;
credits to Jim Waldrop, Dave Leung, and Clint Lohse.