However, on that note, I just came up with another game concept (while I was in the kitchen having afternoon tea).
“This is a secure area. All non-essential personnel are to report to their designated emergency shelter. All visitors are to be directed to the closest emergency shelter.
“This facility is now in Lockdown.”
Is it a terrorist attack? A drill? False alarm? Who knows…
People going about their business, doing whatever it was they were supposed to be doing. No common link other than location, and now crammed together for an unknown duration. Sit down, relax, stay calm. The room is secure, they guarantee that. The people? That’s another matter…
Lockdown is a freeform for 12 to 24 individuals who happened to be in the wrong government building at the wrong time.
Not sure what convention I'm going to submit that to. I still need to work out what I'm doing at Conquest next year. At the moment I don't think I'm going to be doing any of the big games, simply because the move to Melbourne is scheduled for not long after Easter next year.