Steam Century at Marscon Days of Magic March 4-6, 2011

Steam Century is excited to come back for their second year at Marscon! Besides their other steampunk programming offerings (pls see below), Steam Century has brought back their fabulous and fun mystery game! Game starts Saturday, March 5, 2010 at 2:00 pm in Room 310.

It’s the year 1902 in the bustling city of Kaposia, capital of Tekamthi. A young girl has disappeared, and a man has been charged with her kidnapping. Still, young Johanna Wandler is nowhere to be found. Is she still alive? Where is she being held? Has the wrong man been accused? Players are tasked with taking on the role of amateur sleuths to help crack the case and save a girl’s life!

Players will read the daily paper for information, move through sets, gather clues, and interview characters to solve the mystery. Players themselves are welcome to come in costume or in pajamas, as a character or as themselves; anything goes! Steam Century suggests a donation of $5 to fund future events for you to enjoy.

Additional Steam Century Programming at Marscon:

Panel: Diversity in Steampunk Friday 10pm Fuji room
Scavenger Hunt Friday 8pm Steam Century room #310
Fashion Show & Tell/ Costume discussion Sat 10am Main stage
Steam Century Tea Sat 12:30-1:30pm Steam Century Room #310
Steam Century Craft Hour Sun 1pm Steam Century Room #310

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