The other five finalists are:
- Daughters of Exile by Steve Darlington
Your Father wishes you to marry. You wish to decide for yourself. Cut a path between duty, love and rebellion.
- All’s Well That Ends as You Like It
by Jennifer Hardy & Matthew Mazurek
Dueling, wooing, vows kept or forsworn, drunkenness, thievery, costumes, identical twins, rightful rulers, virtuous innocents, ghosts, and much more.
- Forsooth! by Sam Liberty & Kevin Spak
Players each control a small cast of characters to improvise a play of Shakespearean scope without a GM or storyteller.
- A Midsummer Night’s Scheme
by Nat Barmore (woodelf) w/ Caitlin Doran
Exiled faeries compete to prank mortals they care for, in order to regain favor at the Summer Court.
- The Lost Years by Matthew Nielsen
A Game of Shakespeare and time travel. Characters cast out of the Bard’s plays must choose between their mission and their personal desires.
Congrats to my fellow finalists! It's an honor to be counted among you. I look forward to one of you being declared the winner at GenCon!