Dreamer's Ball

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Its metabolical processes are of interest only to historians.png The subject of this entry no longer exists in Davis or is a former version of something that came afterwards.
All information here is for historical reference only.

Dreamer's Ball was a Changeling LARP (Live Action Role Play) that mets every other Friday around Wellman Hall, usually in The Pit. Because of the meeting place and time, they essentially fell under the jurisdiction of DRAGON.

From the [WWW]Dreamer's Ball website: A small town on the California coast, just south of Monterey Bay, Turtle Cove is a thriving artist community. The Seelie Changelings of the Fire Islands Barony who call this town home struggle against banality as they try to protect their fading world.

In English, it's a group of people acting out characters of their own making: modern-day fairies trying to survive in a world full of banality (the dullness of everyday life, so to speak). It runs on Mind's Eye Theatre, which uses Rock-Paper-Scissors (so all you need to play is some imagination). New players are always welcome, and rules can be taught as the game is learned firsthand.


[WWW]Changeling is a Live Action Role Playing (LARP) Game published by [WWW]White Wolf.

Changeling: The Dreaming
The gates to Arcadia, the original paradise, are closed. Only the world of humanity remains. Without any awareness of our true nature, humankind crushes us beneath its banal heel. Joy and laughter are gone; only the Dreaming remains.

We are changelings, the forgotten ones, neither fully fae nor wholly mortal. The last of our kind on Earth, we have built ourselves an invisible kingdom. We are everywhere, yet you have never seen us. We hide, not behind some fragile Masquerade, but in plain sight, with the power of our Glamour. We exist within a real world of make-believe where "imaginary" things can kill, and "pretend" monsters are real.

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This Game Has Ended (2008)

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