Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Sounds Like Hell credits sequence

A sign I may have slightly overthought my Urban/Modern Fantasy game for the Nationals.

Based on the “band” setup as seen in my Buffy Season tag. Now all I need is an adventure...

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  1. Love this! Your faux "show credits" are always such an inspiration and really give a flavour of the campaigns you're promoting.

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    1. Thank you! (Here's hoping I can get the game to work as well!)

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    2. Good luck! When you are not so busy I was wondering if we could have a chat about an idea I have along these lines? Cheers.

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    3. Sorry, just found this reply! (Blogspot alerts not being 100% useful there.) What do you have in mind?

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  2. And it's taken me an age to get back to you ;-)

    I was just wondering if you could be persuaded (commissioned?) to do a 30-second credit sequence for my fantasy game (as all the player-characters are 'portrayed' by fantasy film actors: chroniclesofcidri.blogspot.co.uk)

    I thought it would be a nice treat for the players - and a total surprise as they all know how technically inept *I* am!

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    1. Possibly - I'd have to source some footage for Catweazle and figure out who Kirchin is... Do you have a theme tune?

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    2. Thank you for even entertaining the idea of this.

      Kirchin is Da Vinci (Tom Riley) from Da Vinci's Demons.

      Catweazle (ie Peter Entwhistle) doesn't need to appear as that character is my GMPC and is in the process of being 'written out'.

      As to theme music: the title music of Hawk The Slayer (http://youtu.be/tZwc2hAcLBw) sums up my approach to the game best!

      Second choice would be If I Had A Heart by Fever Ray - the theme from Vikings, which pops up on trails for a variety of shows these days (https://youtu.be/oqh-es7r06Y)

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    3. Drop me an email (craigoxbrow at gmail) - the more specific shots you can point to and say "I want that!" the easier it'll be to hack together.

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