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This Time For Sure: Boris Badenov's Gulag for Unrepentant Children

RPG system: LARP
Participants: 10 players, Male characters: 5, Female characters: 5

Organized by

TNT Productions on behalf of NELCO 2014 Productions


✏️Jeff Diewald
✏️Tim Lasko
✏️Theresa Sullivan
✏️Gaylord Tang


_Thwack!_ The ball bounces off the wall, and back to Calvin's hand. It's been a long time in Comrade Badenov's Gulag, and it hasn't lessened his attitude one bit. The same is true for the others. There are a handful of you here, along with a few newcomers, who are going to have to learn the ropes. Comrade Badenov's insistence on strict gulag rules, his utter rigidity in bathtime, and his great lessons in Communist theory on the ancient old television that takes five minutes of precious TV time just to warm up - well, it's not fun. There's no chance to be a kid, let alone an unrepentant cartoon kid. The only relief is the the time in the yard, when the prisoners get a chance to relax a little, talk quietly, and think of escape - if only from the searches for contraband and tepid soapy water at bath time.

Welcome to _This Time For Sure: Boris Badenov's Gulag for Unrepentant Children_, a LARP for several unrepentant children. Players will be playing classic cartoon kids, troublemakers in some way, who are stuck inside the walls of the gulag. Can you plan an escape in between art, lunch, and bath time? Can you find some way to deal with the borscht served every day for lunch? Can you find a way to hang on to your contraband before you're taken away and searched at bath time? And where is "Pig-Pen" hiding, when he needs a bath most of all?

This game is fine for teenagers, but those under 18 may need to do a little research on old cartoons. Lighthearted as the game is, it is, at it's base, a game about children abducted and forced into a cartoon prison with prison-like elements.

Brought to you by those wacky folks at TNT Productions!

Played at

Intercon Q (2017)

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