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Sep 09 2015

A Month Of Dreams — The Team Task

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I know there are a bunch of things we could of done, and there were people hoping we’d get together and make some random dreams come true. I apologize, I just didn’t have it in me. It’s my hope that my reticency will be met with renewed personal fervor. IE: If you liked the idea, you can do it on your own.

What we did do.

We made fever dreams come true in Columbus Ohio. Demons, Templar, and civilians crashed through the streets of German Village to create a work of large scale collaborative fiction.

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May 12 2015

Journey to the End of the Night Chicago June 2015

Journey to the End of the Night

It’s happening! Journey to the End of the Night! The most fun you’ll have all summer. June 13th, 2015 Facebook Invite An unusual thing happened this year, the spring Journey was cancelled. It went out in a facebook post Story Luck didn’t notice and then a week or so later we got a phone call …

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Jul 23 2014

How to Make Pervasive Games Safer with Andy Patton

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Andy Patton is a Chicago game designer who has worked on projects such as the Mafia-like game called “Speakeasy” and is the founder of Waxwing Puzzle Company, a company that designs clue-based mystery and adventure games for businesses, groups, events, etc. He also runs a successful blog that delves into various aspects of game design. …

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Jul 04 2014

Its Back! Robot Apocalypse: Journey to the End of the Night

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Is there a need to fear an Apocalypse if we all end up being immortal robots? RAJEN, asks you to explore the city, but it also gets you to question what it means to be human. Story Luck is inviting you! and all your friends in and around Chicago to participate in Robot Apocalypse: Journey …

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Sep 04 2013

RAJEN 2013 Team Sign UP

Read more to sign up your team!

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May 11 2013

Journey to the End of the Night May 11th!

We will all be running in the next JEN! We didn’t organize this but we are supporting it!

This is a rajen poster but the link goes to today’s race:

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Sep 17 2012

This is a quick & dirty cut of how the night ended

Here you have the night’s solo winner!

And here is a great bit of work created by team serpentine, the only team to make it in alive. (Special nod goes to all the teams who signed up, you did some great work.)

We are lucky to have you on our side!


View #RAJEN #TeamSerpentine in a larger map

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Sep 17 2012

Stats on Journey Costs, shirts sold, and Donations Given

Thank you so much for your generosity! There were a lot of organizers who went above and beyond this year to make the night what it was. We have a vision for where this could go, and we hope to really go all out next year. Help us make it happen via our Kickstarter!

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Sep 16 2012

Here’s the Stats

Here are the stats you are looking for.

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Sep 14 2012

How a Journey Might End

Transmission from 0-SP – //09//17//2011// – 23:15,

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I don’t remember . . .

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. .

No. I do remember. Torn skin on quarried rock. Breathing in filtered air from declining generators. I remember much that has remained in my circuits that wasn’t destroyed during assimilation. I remember my time as a human being, the time spent below ground in the darkness of oppression. I remember my time as a kid, cruising the networks for other cells that I never thought I’d hope to meet in person. We could only remain connected over the wires, since the risks were too great to break surface.

But I don’t remember a time when we could safely break. I don’t remember a time where the break of day was a welcome sight. I don’t remember a time where we would want to be seen, lest we lose our flesh.

My memories are clear to me, but I cannot tell if they are true representations of my past or merely fading afterglows, disrupted by reprogramming. Cracking like iced concrete as my new race’s code became my new life and a shared past. As if my consciousness led two paths to this point . . . one as a human and another as a bot, compressing years upon years of war, domination, regression, and resurgence in the span of seconds.

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