Here's a list questions we've been asked that we think people will generally find useful to know but we haven't found a good home for on any other page. If you have any questions, do email them to email@example.com.
Q: Is there an age restriction on this game?
A: Due to legal restrictions, you must be 18 or over to play Tales Untold
Q: How do I join your mailing list?
A: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Is there any indoor accommodation available? I am unable to camp for medical reasons.
A: There is some limited indoor accommodation in the form of the huts we will be using during the day. Once these are closed for the evening we may consider using them for indoor accommodation but only where absolutely necessary. If it is just putting up a tent that is the problem, Huntley Wood does offer a Tent Hire service which we could explore - contact us at [email@example.com] if this is the case.
Q: I have restricted mobility - is the site accessible for me?
A: The site we have for Event 2 is the Wyldwood at Huntley Wood, which is a campsite in the woods in Staffordshire. It is therefore not completely accessible for those with restricted mobility, but the area we are using for Camelot should be. If you have concerns about accessibility please contact us at [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Q: Can I play a non-combat character?
A: Absolutely! Though there is combat in the form of the Jousts, the Melee and Quests, non-combat characters are most welcome. The Conquest game, interaction with NPCs around Camelot, and creation of Magic are all pure non-Combat activities which form a central part of the game, and Quests should present opportunities for non-combat characters who are still willing to be fought around to head out of Camelot. Being non-Combat should not in any way prevent you from interacting with the game.
Q: Can my Realm have a religion?
A: Sure! Reference it when you submit your Realm to us. See Camelot's entry on Hundred Realms for an example of this.
Q: What if I die mid-event?
A: If your character dies mid-event you can roll in as a new PC or be given a temporary NPC to play for the remainder. All character creation options will be available except that you cannot create a new Realm at this time. Of course, we will go through the options with you should this become relevant.
Q: If my Realm loses all its Territories during an Event but I remain Monarch/General of it at the next one, will I gain new Territories?
A: Just as Realms that have not lost their Territories, you will not receive new Territories between events. You may continue on as Monarch of a Realm with no Territories in hope of regaining your lands, but this must be achieved yourself.
Q: Can I ride my steed?
A: No. The term 'steed' in Jousts is simply a hang-on from the archaic use, and refers to your second. It is unsafe to give someone a piggy-back into a LARP fight.
Q: Is there IC camping or somewhere we can set up shop for our Realm?
A: Since only the main hall is time in for 24hrs there's no overnight IC camping, but feel free to set up shop near the main hall for your Realm. This isn't expected or required in any way, but we know some people will like to do this.
Q: What happens if I crush / eat / snort Magic Beans?
A: Firstly, OC please don't do this, it will not be pleasant and we'd prefer our Beans to remain as intact as possible. IC, if you break a Bean it is useless for Magic, and reduces it to a crumbling mess of no magical use. Snorting the powder is generally unpleasant. Beans themselves do not taste good, and if you do eat one (which will likely hurt your teeth), you will achieve little more than a mild irritation of the stomach. The power of Beans only seems to come to fruition when cast into a Scroll.