FilmSim events and Eye LARP proudly presents a Kitty Dobson and Nigel Price production:
Land Without A King
The Shards of Albion
Episode 3: Restoration
October 21-23rd 2022.
Welsh Drive, Eversley
Tickets price £85 for the Early Bird with a £45 deposit until the 23rd September 2022.
Ticket Price from the 24th September 2022 will be £95 with a £55 deposit.
Please see booking details below.
Capped at 60 players and 40 crew
STORY SO FAR
Another piece of Excalibur finds its way to the Interregnum Court, those still loyal to the memory of King Uther, now dead eight years.
A Kingdom splintered, but now drawn together as with the splinters of the sword which once meant so much to the people – a sword that was foretold to decide the next ruler of all Albion.
The Mendicant’s Spear, once held by a misguided priest preaching uprising to the common folk, now rests in the hand of those who took it from him – justice in some eyes, violence in others.
The Vandal’s Seax, given freely by the son and heir of one of Uther’s most trusted confidants, gone from Albion for two decades and raised among the Barbarians in the ruins of Rome.
Two pieces remain, from the opposite ends of the blade that once held them – the diamond that once rested in the pommel, and the tip of the sword itself.
In the meantime, the best harvest in a decade has brought a content to the shores of Albion, as plentiful food and merriment has oiled the gears between the haves and have-nots. The rebellion in the north is by no means over, but between the relative peace and treaty negotiated with Rowena of Kent and her Saxons, fewer houses have been burned, and storehouses plundered.
The Nuns of Beale have also proved to be true to their word, providing the healing arts to members of several of the retinues of the Pendragon Court while they wait for their Abbey to be relocated. These nuns travel freely in small groups across the lands of Albion, and with the financial support of the court have been busy setting up three smaller sister-priories where their skills can be taught.
All this is fine and good… but some of those who met at Conisborough in Spring are still plagued by dreams. Some nightly, some only when in their cups, some only very rarely, but always the same visions they had after drinking the water of a holy well found a little north of the village. Whether they play it off as an annoyance, or it figures in their waking thoughts, who can tell, but whenever the members of the court meet, and privacy is found, the talk always turns to dreams…
The game will run from Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd October 2022.
Registration will be open from 17:00, with a safety and game brief will be at 20:00
Time in will be:
21:00 till 01:30 Friday,
10:00 till 01:30 Saturday,
10:00 till 1:30 Sunday
Feel free to join the Land Without A King Facebook group: Land Without a King