Wouldn’t it be great if all the important things were named by the innocent children of the world?”
You certainly think so, or perhaps, you are simply pretending to think so. Anyway, in the town of Beltway, there’s a movement to give the right to name all public buildings to the kindergarteners of the city.
Many think this is a terrible idea, and the opposition is strong, but others have come together to create a movement to get the “names of Innocence” motion passed by the local government.
Can the movement overcome the opposition, and stay together as it forwards its agenda?
That’s what you’ll have to manage.
This game is a farce where the players will be political activists behind the “Names of Innocence” movement. The idea is that your characters are by and large woefully incompetent and quirky social activists fighting for a cause that will bring a lot of wacky events across.
this game was inspired by my reaction to a Robert Burns poem about “The Rights of Women” but no knowledge of Burns or his poem is necessary or even helpful to understanding the game.
I’ll say right out I’m a proponent of social activism for things one believes in. The joke isn’t social activism, it is that your characters are really bad at it.
Hosted and narrated by:
Zachary Ruffing (Rattannah)
Scenes played: 1
License: Community License