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Play by Post Games / [PBP] Hogwarts by Night (Seeking Players)
« on: March 21, 2017, 02:56:00 pm »
Play Location/Method: Play by Post - http://www.hogwartsbynight.com
Game/System: example: Harry Potter based in the World of Darkness
Player or GM? example: I'm the head creator/admin
Time/Frequency: example: 24-hours, every day
Genre: example: Fantasy
Current needs: Additional Players
Accept Drop-In Players? Yes
Accept Spectators? Yes


The setting of this game is a mixture of three concepts. It is an Old World of Darkness game in which, instead of mages, there are Harry Potter witches and wizards and rather than having ‘just mortals’ we embrace Lovecraftian Mythos – or, to look at it another way, it’s a Harry Potter game in which mortals, vampires, werewolves, and faeries are much more than the simple stereotypes shown in the books!

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