So Who Wants To Play Some Fiasco?

(NOTE: Based on time elapsed since the posting of this entry, the BS-o-meter calculates this is 7.236% likely to be something that Ferrett now regrets.)

If you remember my review of Fiasco, the gamemaster-less RPG, you’ll recall that I liked it quite a bit.  Playing desperate, Coen Brothers-style people in small towns is quite fun, and a very writerly exercise in trying to map out a story collectively.
Which is why we’ll be playing a game of Fiasco at my house this Sunday with our friends Tim and Dani.  The game can support up to six players, and is very heavy on acting and conceptualization.  There’s no dice rolls to hit, no hit points, just Scene and Resolution and The Turn.  Witty dialogue and surprising characterization is your best bet.
If you’re in Cleveland and would like to play, hit me up via comment or email and I’ll slot you in.

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