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Elysium 37 and 38 - changes

Last 2 Camarilla Agram Elysium events - on Friday, November 7 and Monday, November 10 - have been quite memorable.

We rarely do our Elysium events on Friday - approx. once every 2 months - because we play them in public places which tend to be more crowded on Fridays. This usually means it's harder to keep in character, and this Friday was no different. However, this Friday was memorable for two things: one, it featured a couple of players who arrived from the city of Rijeka. Two, it started a chain of events which would culminate on Monday's event: abdication of a Prince.

This has caused quite a stir in the internal politics. The position of a Prince is now open, and a lot of people started manuevering. Some in attempt to become the next prince, others to profit most from the change... This will continue for 2 more weeks, until a new Prince is elected (or takes power) on Camarilla Agram 8. However it turns out, we'll have a new balance of power at the end of this year...

There will be two small Events prior to that one. Elysium 39 next Tuesday will be the 50th Camarilla Agram event ever (39 Elysiums, one special SFeraKon edition Elysium, 7 Camarilla Agram events and 3 prequel events so far . that makes 50), and Elysium 40 is also scheduled prior to the big event as well.

All of these events are in Kinoklub Zagreb. This Saturday there will also be a Star Wars larp there. Third larp in the series, it will close the first chapter (read about first and second events here).


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