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Sticky: Winter Quarter LARP Dates (TENTATIVE)

We can’t reserve rooms yet, but here’s our intended Winter Quarter / Act II game dates:

  • January 20th
  • February 3rd
  • February 24th
  • March 10th

Please plan accordingly. In addition, if you wish to pitch a Mortals Game or Easter Game, you will note that there is a three-week gap after the middle two games, plus March 3rd is available.

Update: We have dropped March 10th from our planning due to conflicts with other events attended by players.

Upcoming Games

The following games are scheduled:

Game 7: March 11th
Game 8: April 8th
Easter Game (egg): April 29th
Game 9: May 6th
Game 10: May 20th

As a quick reminder, we’re planning to have Game 9 be the climax of the chronicle, as well as the 50th anniversary of the Masquerade Drop. Game 10 will be more of an epilogue (taking place a few months after Game 9) to play out some of the long-term consequences of events. Game 10 will also be Secrets Night, where we’ll have a chance to share secrets and motivations, as well as paper plates!

Additionally, dues for this year ($1 per game) must be paid at Game 10. If you are concerned about your ability to pay those dues for whatever reason, just reach out to the ST team and we’re happy to make arrangements for you.

Lastly, if you have any ideas or designs for a T-shirt for this year’s chronicle, please let us know! We’d love to see them!

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please send them to us at


~Team Heavenly Superpeople

Winter 2014 Game Dates!

Hi there, DCPeople!

Winter quarter mainstage games will be held on the following dates:

Game 4 – January 25th
Game 5 – February 8th
Game 6 – February 22nd
Game 7 – March 8th

All games will be held on the second floor of Parkes Hall and will run from 5-10pm. Please arrive by 4:45pm to ensure that game can start on time. Also, if you are unable to make it to a game session, please shoot the ST team an email ahead of time so we can plan around your character’s absence.

In addition to mainstage LARP, board game nights will continue to be on their usual Monday nights! We’ll be in the Norris Gathering Place on the north side starting at 7 PM, and continuing through the night! Bring a friend, bring some games, but most importantly, bring yourself!

Dev Diary 2A: Dev Harder – One Prince, Two Prince, Crone Prince, New Prince

Greetings Dead Citizens!

This week’s Dev Diary is so awesomely large, it can’t fit all in one e-mail! Expect multiple e-mails over the course of the weekend. Today’s blast of information comes with details about one of the decisions you made about chron — namely, the prince! Or in this case, princes! Game begins with a lame duck session for an outgoing prince who’s served her set of terms for a total of 40 years. Before her, her husband, the current Hierophant of the Crone, also served a total of 40 years. The Prince-elect, voted in earlier this year by a narrow margin, will be inaugurated on the night of Game 6. See below for your first sneak peek at some of next year’s NPCs.

Hierophant Sterling Engelhart and Prince Elizabeth Engelhart

“Have a Heart; vote Engelhart”

The Engelharts have been in charge of LA for the last 80 years and 2013 marks the end of their reign. Sterling, elected in 1934, served his two terms of office before his wife’s election in 1974. The pair has been, for the most part, widely popular.

The Circle of the Crone is the only covenant that believe in and promotes marriage between Kindred, and these two are an example of this. Sterling and Elizabeth immigrated early on in LA history — no one’s quite sure what year, and the pair is coy about their own age. What is known is that the couple is a fetching example of a devoted husband and wife. The pair appears to be in their mid to late 40s, with touches of grey just appearing in their hair.

Sterling Engelhart is known as being very professional in his work with the city. He is often seen wearing a suit with a symbolic sash representing his role as Hierophant. Sterling is seen as a gentle leader in contrast to many other leaders of cities. He has a merciful reputation and cares for the city as if it were his own child(e).

Elizabeth is a mature and dignified woman with a warm personality. She is known for her love of modern art and hosts many refined events within the Modern Art museum in LA. She’s held charitable events for many causes from the California Condor Preservation Society to the Urban Farming Organization. She championed the legalization of medical marijuana for mortals and strongly supports the United Domains.


Sterling started many of the policies that Elizabeth then turned into the bureaucratic system that now exists today. Under their watch, LA has also implemented many systems to care for all kindred including a tax system that helps make every kindred make ends meet.

One of their major policy pushes has been the regulation of siring. While embracing is not discouraged, it does require a lot of blood, sweat, and tears — literally in the case of the blood test and figuratively in paperwork for approval. Fitness of the sire in the raising of a childe is of utmost importance, but the lucky few who have gained license to embrace are given public assistance. Illegal childer are not killed, as in some cities. Instead, they are taken in by the city to be raised as wards of the state. Some are fostered by upstanding citizens, but many still receive care through government run communal havens.


Prince-Elect Mark Lucas

“Lucas: Independence and Tradition”

Bishop Lucas has seen LA fall from the traditions that have guided Kindred society and seeks to return to the family morals that have guided vampires through the ages. He has seen the freedom of LA’s kindred taken away and he seeks to return powers to the individual. The city, in his view, has taken things to the extreme and seeks a return to the center. One of his central platforms was the deregulation of the embrace. In his view, it is the right of the individual to raise their childer as they see fit as long as it aligns with the traditions and moral center that kindred society has always provided in the past.
Bishop Lucas looks surprisingly young. Appearing in early to mid 20s, his real age is somewhere approaching 70 or 80. He appeared in LA shortly after the plague and worked to reestablish the Lancea in the city. He quickly rose in the ranks of the decimated city and has been somewhat of a polarizing figure. His policies, such as defunding the blood kitchens, often create bitter divisions in the populace.  In his midnight sermons, he is known for promoting abstinence, both physical and chemical, among the kindred and the kine.

A Message from the Prospective 2013-14 ST Team

Hey deadcitizens!

We, the prospective ST team for the 2013-14 DCP Mainstage Chronicle present the following pitch video.  It contains everything you need to know about our chronicle for next year and highlights many important themes of our story.  We hope you find the guidelines for character creation it contains to be helpful, and please keep in mind that we want to limit the amount of silly, goofy, and just foolish character pitches.  We’ll be presenting more information at Game 8 and we’re excited to hear your thoughts about our chronicle pitch.


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Fall 2011 Quarter Dates and Other Important Dates

Welcome back, everyone!

First off, the deadline for pitches for city positions is September 22 — only four days away. Furthermore, the deadline for pitches from all returning players is October 1. Please do get your characters in so that we have time to consider your wishlist, not to mention so that we can have the time to devote to newcomers in this particularly challenging setting.

Also! We have game dates for you!

Fall Quarter Schedule

All games will run from 5pm-10pm in their respective locations.

Newbie Game: October 8th, Annenberg Hall (ground floor, G02 out-of-character room)
Character Creation Session (for newbies and last-minute questions): October 15th, Norris ground floor, 12-4pm
Game 1: October 22nd, Parkes Hall 2nd floor
Game 2: November 5th, Parkes Hall 2nd floor
Game 3: November 19th, Parkes Hall 2nd floor

See you all soon!