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Where is James?

This classic 1920s scenario takes place at Boston University (or any other university the keeper deems appropriate). James Bryant, one of Professor Edward Hartman's most promising math students, goes missing only a few days before the exams.

Bryant is known for his brilliant mind and borderline obsession with ‘continuous but not differentiable functions’. There’s no way he would miss the exams under normal circumstances. Something must be wrong – and his fellow students will find out what...

The players take on the roles of Jame’s classmates and investigate his disappearance. It will lead them to discoveries science can’t explain.

For most groups this will play out as a one-shot with a pretty good chance of the players ending up in another dimension.

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Michael B February 17, 2020 12:26 am UTC
I have a math Ph.D. "Continuous but not differentiable functions" and "fractals" ARE NOT the same thing!
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Benjamin S February 17, 2020 8:09 am UTC
Thanks Michael. Will change it. Sorry for the sanity loss!
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This title was added to our catalog on February 16, 2020.