Lacking Natural Simplicity

Random musings on books, code, and tabletop games.

Buggin': Protect the VIP's daughter

I ran a short game of Buggin' with L.B., T.A., E.A., and M.A. Their bugs were at an opera premier (in a suitably rustic setting: the opera house was made of thick grass stalks covered with leaves, with doors of bark fragments) when some thugs tried to abduct a young lady VIP bug. They, of course, prevented it. M.A. kept getting knocked onto the stage, and every time he'd try to sing. Eventually he sang so badly that things started breaking and falling down around the characters.

There's more to the story, but we didn't have time to take it any further. We'll pick it up again later.

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