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Breakout 2017 is offering a ton of events for you to participate in! No experience necessary. All materials will be provided. This is a great chance to try a game for the first time, test out a new system or sign up for an old favourite! 

Events at Breakout 2017 require an admission pass for the day of the event. Admission passes can be purchased in advance on the Breakout website or on the day of at the convention. Signing up for an event and not purchasing a pass will result in your seat being assigned to another attendee.

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One-Shot RPG Event [clear filter]
Friday, March 10
 

3:00pm

Star Trek Adventures: The Rescue at Xerxes 4
Limited Capacity seats available

Your shuttle trip to Narendra Station to take your assignment on your commissioned starship has turned out to be more eventful than you anticipated. As you and your fellow Starfleet graduates chatted about your bright futures, you received a distress signal from Xerxes 4, an uninhabited Class M planet containing no life except for a Federation science team. The distress signal offered no information except that the science team stationed there was in danger. As you took the shuttle toward the planet’s surface, you were caught in a violent ion storm that knocked out navigation, forcing a crash-landing on the planet’s surface.

Take your place as a member of Starfleet in this introductory adventure for the Star Trek Adventures Living Playtest 

GM: Daniel Oag

Friday March 10, 2017 3:00pm - 6:00pm
DeHaviland Hall Table 12
 
Saturday, March 11
 

9:00am

Star Trek Adventures: Fading Sun
Limited Capacity filling up

Your ship, the U.S.S. Venture, was assigned to deliver important scientific equipment to Epsilon 19, a newly constructed research station deep in the Shackleton Expanse. The station was built to study the sun of the Osarin system, which is decaying at an incredibly accelerated rate. Possibly even stranger, the sun has also begun emitting high levels of triolic radiation for unknown reasons. Upon arrival, Tactical noted that an unarmed merchant vessel was also orbiting the station. The station was too small for the Venture to dock, so you beamed over to the station. The Venture departed the station to conduct more detailed scans of the system’s sun. After off-loading the equipment, Commander Erich Johansson invited your crew to dinner. At dinner, you are surprised to see not only the Commander and the head scientist, a Bolian woman named Lenana Mosa, but also an Orion trader captain and her crew of two Nausicaans.

Take your place as a member of the crew of the U.S.S. Venture on a broad range of missions as part of the Star Trek Adventures Living Playtest 

GM: Daniel Oag

Saturday March 11, 2017 9:00am - 12:00pm
DeHaviland Hall Table 15

2:00pm

Star Trek Adventures: The Rescue at Xerxes 4
Limited Capacity seats available

Your shuttle trip to Narendra Station to take your assignment on your commissioned starship has turned out to be more eventful than you anticipated. As you and your fellow Starfleet graduates chatted about your bright futures, you received a distress signal from Xerxes 4, an uninhabited Class M planet containing no life except for a Federation science team. The distress signal offered no information except that the science team stationed there was in danger. As you took the shuttle toward the planet’s surface, you were caught in a violent ion storm that knocked out navigation, forcing a crash-landing on the planet’s surface.

Take your place as a member of Starfleet in this introductory adventure for the Star Trek Adventures Living Playtest 

GMDaniel Oag

Saturday March 11, 2017 2:00pm - 5:00pm
DeHaviland Hall Table 02

5:00pm

Star Trek Adventures: Decision Point
Limited Capacity seats available

The U.S.S. Bellerophon has been searching for a missing science vessel, the S.S. Tesla, which went missing six weeks ago while cataloguing anomalies in an unstable region of the Shackleton Expanse. This region is notorious for an unusual number of temporal and spatial anomalies, some benign and others extremely dangerous. Eighteen hours ago, the Bellerophon picked up a plasma trail, likely from a damaged ship.

The Orgun system has two Class M planets, both with populations protected under General Order One: The Prime Directive. Orgun II has a primitive civilization, equivalent to medieval Earth. The residents call themselves the Slithar and are a violent and warlike culture. The residents of Orgun III, who call themselves Lormeans, are quite different, being a mammalian species resembling humanoid lemurs that are noted for a peaceful and communal society. Their technology is equivalent to mid-21st century Earth, just pre-warp tech, but still covered by the Prime Directive. The plasma trail from the S.S. Tesla leads directly toward Orgun III.

Take your place as a member of the crew of the U.S.S. Bellerophone on science focused missions as part of the Star Trek Adventures Living Playtest 

GM: Rhys Yorke

Saturday March 11, 2017 5:00pm - 9:00pm
DeHaviland Hall Table 24

6:00pm

Star Trek Adventures: Adrift
Limited Capacity seats available

Captain’s Log, stardate 5428.3 — The ship is on course to planet Dourap IV, near the Klingon border. Velkath, the Tellarite colony there, has had an outbreak of d’kar fever, a highly contagious viral infection. The disease is still in its early phases, and no fatalities have been reported. We have been tasked by Starbase 24 to transport an emergency medical team and their supplies to the colony, and provide any assistance they might need. We are traveling at warp factor six; our ETA is approximately eighteen hours.

Take your place as a member of the crew of the U.S.S. Lexington on a broad range of missions as part of the Star Trek Adventures Living Playtest 

GM: Daniel Oag

Saturday March 11, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm
DeHaviland Hall Table 20
 
Sunday, March 12
 

10:00am

Star Trek Adventures: Doomed to Repeat the Past
Limited Capacity filling up

Captain’s Log, Stardate 48522.4. The Thunderchild has been ordered to divert course and rendezvous with an unregistered Federation craft in orbit of a Klingon colony world and to expect a squadron of the Klingon Defense Force to also be in orbit, possibly from the ‘quvHa,’ dishonoured Klingon warriors striving to regain their honor. Starfleet has been very quiet about exactly what’s going on, but we’ve been picking up civilian broadcasts from our destination talking about a plague and widespread mental illness across the entire population. Starfleet has a long history of providing aid to worlds suffering from new illnesses, so there must be something else going on here that I’m not cleared for.

Take your place as a member of the crew of the U.S.S. Thunderchild on conflict focused missions as part of the Star Trek Adventures Living Playtest 

GM: Rhys Yorke

Sunday March 12, 2017 10:00am - 1:00pm
DeHaviland Hall Table 14