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I’m looking for some volunteers to play D&D in a gallery on three days in March, as a re-enactment of “Lawful Evil, ”a work by artist Brody Condon . The dates are 3/15, 3/17 and 3/24, and the location is 319 Scholes, located in Brooklyn between the Grand St and Montrose St stops on the L train. Here are a few things to consider if you’re interested in taking part:
- You have to be willing to play in a public space and ignore distractions. Players should not engage in conversation with visitors to the gallery; it would interrupt gameplay and erase the barrier between the work and the audience (which is already precariously thin in this piece). Ignoring distractions will be toughest on opening night, when the gallery will be crowded. I anticipate fairly light traffic on the other two days.
- You should be willing to role-play. Players are not expected to “perform” their characters, but are expected to keep in mind that the title of the work is “Lawful Evil.” Players must make in-game decisions in character according to the definition of the LE alignment.
- Different DMs may be running different versions of D&D. If you have strong preferences about which edition you want to play, please let me know so I can try to pair you with the right game. If you usually play a very recent or very old edition of D&D in which “lawful evil” is not a standard alignment, you should bone up on how it is defined in editions from AD&D to 3.5/Pathfinder. Pre-generated characters will be provided at each table; contact me if you want to bring your own and we’ll see if it can be worked out.
- If you’d like to take part but can’t commit an entire Saturday afternoon, let me know. I can try to set up shifts.
- Pencils, scratch paper, and a limited quantity of dice will be provided. Those who prefer to play with minis are asked to provide their own.
- Snacks will be provided; you are invited to put in advance requests for their favorites.
The specific dates/times are:
Thursday, March 15, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, March 17, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday March 24, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Thanks for considering!
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