FilmSim events and Eye LARP proudly presents a Johnny Fisher, Kitty Dobson & Isaac Mallon production:
Flying Lead: Smoke & Brass
Episode 5: The Magician
March 25th – 27th 2022.
Welsh Drive, Eversley
Tickets priced at £85 for the Early Bird with a £45 part-payment until the 16th December 2021.
Tickets priced at £95 with a £55 part-payment from the 17th December 2021
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Tickets capped at 60 players and 40 crew.
Story So Far
Allhallowtide was an eventful weekend in the valley of Juno.
The new Mayor, Jack Carson showed he wasn’t just a yes man by dealing with the Riley Clan in an onslaught that decimated the family. His “no prisoners” stance proved popular with some residents, although there are some that say that those who live by the sword are sure to die by them too.
With law and order brought to the valley, a new religious sect out of Utah has found a footing nearby. The Brotherhood of the Second Coming have made themselves known, but it yet to be seen if the fire and brimstone they spout is true or just the frothing of zealots seeking power in this remote spit of land.
While the ugly head of politics was reared amongst the law-bringing folks in clashes between Sheriff Carver’s Deputies and the Pinkerton Detective Agency, the arts were brought into the spotlight by the Juno Valley Symposium of Arts, who displayed several new works by up-and-coming artists of the region.
This new era of stability has lured fresh blood to some of the vacant lots in Goodwill, for those who can afford to rebuild the streets and shops that were once burned to the ground by Henry King and the Kingsmen. One Fauna Fortuna – according to her handbills a well-regarded herbalist and spiritualist – has opened shop next door to Jakob’s, and been met with much excitement by those ‘sensitive’-minded locals looking for answers from the beyond.
With the telegraph back up and running, requests for shipments of fine fabrics, notions and haberdashery supplies have been passed on as far as New Austin City itself, as the fine folk of Juno Valley get ready for the St Valentines Day Ball, hosted by Mayor Carson in the beautiful hamlet of Sweetwater next Saturday night. The general store has almost run out of valentines cards – and a fine selection of “vinegar cards” for those inclined to spread sourness instead of sweet – but the residents may be in luck and snap up a few before the big day.
It should be a fine start to the social calendar of 1881, and a fine night for all those residents wishing to comport themselves with decency and decorum. Whether those ne’r-do-wells in the region will allow them that is a source of much speculation, but both Sheriff Carver and Mayor Carson have sworn to ensure that those willing to keep the peace will be well paid from Goodwill’s coffers of coin and goodwill both.