The update for our player’s guide is now live and ready to download for free! In it, you will find the rules, expectations, and important information for any player of the Night in Question 2019 event. It covers consent mechanics, setting details, themes and other great info on how to get the most out of the event.
Announcing a special treat for the Night in Question! On the Friday night before the event, we will be hosting a wine, beer and food social for all our attendees, with a meet & greet with LA By Night Storyteller Jason Carl, White Wolf alumni Justin Achilli and other special guests; along with all your fellow players!
If you have a ticket, you can join us Friday, November 15th at the 602 Brewing Company in downtown Bastrop from 8:30PM to 12PM, after our character workshops. We will have the restaurant to ourselves at 9PM, with a full bar and food menu available the first part of the night.
Please drink responsibly. Players will not be allowed to attend the event on Saturday under the influence of alcohol. Food and drinks not included with ticket price.
Good evening, Cainites!
The Night in Question is this November 16th, 2019. If you have bought a ticket, you will be able to select your character for the Night in Question 2019 beginning next week.
How does it work? Keep an eye on the email you gave us at the time of purchase. You will get an invite to our Larpweaver website, which will guide you to selecting the right character for you. Invites are sent out in the order that tickets were bought, with Blooded tickets going first.
Don’t have a ticket yet? Don’t worry! You can buy a ticket now or later and will be invited to select your character. There are tons of great characters to select from and we haven’t filled all slots yet. Can’t buy a ticket before next week? We will send you an invitation to select your character whenever you buy your ticket, which are available up to the week of the event.
Make sure to buy your ticket soon so you have the most options available! There are only 60 of 160 slots left. https://tniq2019.brownpapertickets.com/
Only 16 weeks until the Sabbat run rampant, and we’re announcing our story lead, Vampire: The Masquerade author and larpwright Rachel Wilkinson!
Rachel is a writer, digital content creator, and a podcaster who has spent over a decade in the larp community. From Houston, she’s one of the original writers for The Night in Question and is coming back to steer the writing team toward an even darker and bloodier second run. As a passionate advocate for highly-immersive, theatrical larp, she’s contributed to Peculiar Crossing’s Armistice Arcane, written for Reverie Studio’s Eskhaton, and creates self-running larps for first-time immersive enthusiasts.
Ever drawn to things that go bump in the night, Rachel stays connected to the World of Darkness as a member of the Mind’s Eye Society where she’s acted as a Storyteller and Coordinator over her many years in the hobby. She also works with Onyx Path Publishing as a freelance writer bringing her creativity to Vampire the Masquerade 5th Edition, Requiem, and Scion.
When she isn’t writing, Rachel goes on romps through the witchy world of divination, fortune-tellers, and spiritual mystics in her podcast Lifemancy to help mainstream the occult for everyday people.
So where will you be on the Night in Question? Don’t miss out, get your tickets now!
Only 18 weeks until the Sabbat take over the night, and we’re announcing another special guest player, Justin Achilli!
Justin Achilli is a game designer with over two decades of experience in commercial computer games, role playing games, card games, and board games. He developed Vampire: The Masquerade and managed the editing and development department for White Wolf Game Studio (now a subsidiary of Paradox Interactive).
He has been involved with the creation of over 150 games products for White Wolf, playing a key role especially in the evolution of World of Darkness titles, and through property development for Vampire the Masquerade PC games. Currently he works in a variety of design functions for Ubisoft Red Storm.
Justin will be playing with us on the Night in Question, in addition to DJing on the party dance floor!
So where will you be on the Night in Question? Tickets are still available.
Only 136 days until the Sabbat take over the night, and we’re announcing another special guest player, Alexander Ward! Alexander is known for his role as Jasper on the hit Vampire: The Masquerade streaming show, LA By Night, and is the actor behind some of the best monsters and creatures on film and television. He’s appeared in American Horror Story, Teen Wolf and Sleepy Hollow.
Alexander is a long-time fan of the Sabbat and Vampire: The Masquerade, and will be portraying one of the Tzimisce Sabbat on the Night in Question.
So where will you be on the Night in Question? Tickets are still available.
The Night in Question is less than four months away, and we are pleased to announced one of our special guest players, Jason Carl. Most of Vampire: The Masquerade fandom will recognize him from his amazing work as the Storyteller for the hit streaming show LA By Night, but that’s only part of his rich background working on World of Darkness products, other roleplaying games and of course, playing and running a LARP or two.
— Jason Carl @ DnD in a Castle 27 June – 3 July (@vampiresnvino) June 27, 2019
He’s an amazing roleplayer and immensely fun and creative person; and he’s looking forward to portraying his character and role-playing with you all as the Sabbat take over the dance floor on the Night in Question!
The second run of the Night in Question will be November 16th, 2019.
The first run of the Night in Question was an amazing success, with over 150 participants! We had a great time, the blood flowed and it was an amazing experience. And we’ve been given the greenlight light to do it again next year!
Some important changes this time around!
- Blood bag tickets will be on sale from the beginning. People wanted more victims. More people wanted to be victims. So, blood bag tickets will be available.
- Lower Prices. We will be lowering the prices of some tickets.
- Changes to the Four Acts. We learned some important lessons, and over the next year, we will be rewriting some of the four acts of the game to reflect what we’ve learned.
- More blood, more gore. We are already designing a ‘blood shower’ for the dance floor.
- Bigger sets. Cauldron’s Keep is taking the money from our support and will be using it to expand their and add more to their city. And we’ll be doing a bigger badder versions of the Monomacy pit, the dance floor. And other great props are on their way.
- Shirts will be optional. We will be making limited edition commemorative t-shirts again, but they will be an add-on purchased separately.
There are more changes incoming, but we learned a lot and it is only going to get more awesome.
We look forward to killing you next year!
Want to be a unique part of the Night In Question’s horrific experience, and help create an amazing horror atmosphere? Would you like to be a scream queen or king for a night?
We’re offering a special deal to players who want to participate but are willing to help us create the atmosphere and horror of the game in exchange for a lower price. The Blood Bags are players who will receive a simplified character concept to play out early in the evening, and then will be the victims of our vampiric players for the rest of the night! You’ll get chased by vicious vampires. You get covered in gore and blood. You’ll get to be the set piece of scenes of bloody carnage, or be the friend that the hideous Sabbat makes their new recruits kill. And you get to die over and over again in fun new ways as the night goes on.
Best of all, it’s only $39 to participate, and is great for anyone who likes a bloody participatory horror experience and becoming part of an awesome horror atmosphere. Only 35 are available, so grab them while they are still there!
May the night find you all well, Cainites. Here are some updates on the game and answers to some common questions.
One, thank you so much to everyone who shared and supported this project. We could not have reached 100+ players without you, and it’s an amazing moment for our team and for Vampire: The Masquerade LARP in general. So what now?