Dear crewmembers, ship security, specialists and passengers, SevCol is proud to present its first role-play event of 2021: SevCol Online 2 – The Stars, Like Dust.
This will be our second online event. This event will still be entirely within Discord, but unlike the previous online event, it will take place aboard the Celestra.
The larp will take place on Saturday, starting at 11:00, and continuing (with a soft ending) at around 16:00. In game, the events of this larp will take place after our last offline event, but before the previous online event.
During the tedious journey from Alpha Centauri back to the Solar System, the Celestra exits a warpgate into an unusually lively bit of space between the gates.
Dozens of ships seem to be holding their position.
What is going on here?
As of today, RIVM has tightened and extended the guidelines with regard to the Corona virus. Under these new guidelines and with the advancing situation, it seems very unwise, if not impossible, to organize SevCol on our planned date.
Because we do not yet know how long these measures will last, we can’t say when SevCol 15 will be held. Our plan is to have another poll among our participants by the end of the guidelines, to decide on a new date which is convenient for as many people as possible.
Entry fees already paid for SevCol 15 will be refunded.
Stay safe, everyone!
Due to the Corona virus, this event has been postponed until further notice.
Dear crew members, ship security, specialists and passengers, SevCol is proud to present its first role-play event of 2020: SevCol 15: This was a Triumph.
We will be playing both on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th of March, with a pause for sleeping and breakfast in between. We will start the LARP on Saturday (10 AM), but we offer the option to arrive on Friday evening. This would mean time for socializing with your fellow larpers, help for us with preparations, and possibly time for simulator practice. It will also allow you to be on time for the early start on Saturday. Sleeping accommodations are arranged, but remember to bring your own bed or equivalent, sleeping bag, etc.
The Celestra has completed its tasks in Alpha Centauri and is traveling back to the Solar System. What news awaits them, as timely news from the Solar System was so hard to get these last few weeks?