Sang Nordique is a Vampire: the Masquerade chronicle using the third edition Laws of the Night live action roleplaying (LARP) rules published by White Wolf. The game has run continuously since 1999 as a Member Chronicle of One World by Night (OWbN), a world-wide shared universe games.
If you’ve never LARPed before or have been away for a while, creating a character from scratch and getting into the game can be a daunting prospect. No problem! We are willing to work with you to get into the game as quickly and painlessly as possible.
At first glance, a Vampire LARP can appear intimidating. However, it really is a very simple system and a lot of fun. So, even those of you who have never played before have no excuse! We look forward to hearing from you.
We meet every second Saturday (see the game date/time posted on the front page, and in Schedule). If the location is changed (due to Special Event games, generally) a notice will be posted on this site within a reasonable time frame. Please email a StoryTeller if you are unsure.
Any player interested in discussing any grievance or concern about the game, the game's storytellers, or any other player may talk to the game's ombudsmen, who are trusted to act as informal third parties. In addition, if you have any questions about the One World by Night, please talk to them about it. In addition, the Council Member will periodically bring up changes to the Organization's rules and regulations, as well as upcoming national events.
Our game's ombudsmen and Council Member are the following people...
Sang Nordique's OWBN Council Member.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions about this website, either it's content or it's functionality, you may contact any of the following people...
Web site design, development, and administration.
Players and storytellers can regularly participate in and out of character over email and on the web through the game's various Yahoo Groups email lists. There are also individual clan email lists. Please contact the Story Tellers or moderators of those lists for access to them.
A few of the most common lists are...
Our out-of-character email list
Our in-character email list.