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There are mysterious goings on in Demons Cove, a haven for smugglers. Priority concern is the shipment of gooey chocolaty brownies that has mysteriously disappeared...


Can you help find them before the dastardly villains scoff the lot?






This is a standard(ish) game


Each day phase there will be events that you can enter with prizes given, do not discuss the events while they're happening


Days will be about 48 hours, nights will be about 24 hours, Day 1 will be longer. Phase change will be at 11PM (east coast US 6PM). This is a deadline game, this is in order to allow everyone a chance to enter events.


The thread will be CLOSED at night


You do not need to unvote before voting again, to vote either bold and red your vote or use the vote tags


Kill each other nicely :) if you feel somebody is attacking you then message me


You may not discuss this game outside of the game thread or any mod provided QT's


You may not directly quote or screenshot your role PM, you may character claim, you may role claim


I reserve the right to amend or add to the rules at any point





I need at least 7 people to start, but the game will be more interesting with more people :p



1. The fearless WiFi

2. Niniel the dauntless

3. Hallia the valiant

4. The intrepid Ironeyes

5. Clovr the legionless

6. The heroic Pral

7. Leyrann the legendary

8. Talmanes the brave

9. Tress the resolute

10. Sooh the bold (giggles madly as the knife twists in your gut)

11. Nyn the b*tch (brilliant, tenacious, cunning hunter in case you were wondering)

12. Daredevil Dice

13. The amazing Alanna



1. The incredible Kat

2. The terrifying Turin



1. Shad the dearly departed

Edited by BFG

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Heh. I read that post quickly and thought it said Clov, the lioness. :D



No, that's somebody else, who has yet to sign up.




Now I'm curious.


And I think I might have time to play this one now that we're well into the Disney game.  Sign me up, BFG :wub:

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Yay! I haven´t played with you for... a year? Maybe more? 


Mmmm, you were in Kivam's Ragnarok game, right?  That was probably the last one we were both in, I've only played two since then.  Nice long break :smile:

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I don´t know. Except for a few games that stands out, the last year´s games have melted together. I can´t remember if I played it or not. 

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