Phenomenon Labs has the pleasure to offer...
A roleplaying convention

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Terms & conditions

All successful civilisations are made up of people who agree to be bound by customs and laws. Pheno hopes to be included among this illustrious crowd.

If you are planning on attending the convention and especially if you are intending on GMing or desiging a game, read through these and if you have any questions (especially if the question starts with "I know it says you're not supposed to but can I ...") then please contact Pheno.

The Fine Print


Convention registration will be held on Friday 10 June from 6pm at Daramalan College. Hopefully there will be some signs up. If you submitted your entry prior to the convention you should attend registration to get your schedule and check in to your games. If you are entering on the night you should attend registration to try to enter the events you want to play.

It is much easier on the organisers and designers when players enter the convention early, so please try to get your entries in as soon as possible.


Everyone attending Phenomenon 2005 must fill out an Entry Form. You can enter as an individual or as part of a team. Where possible, team entries should be submitted together.

Note the late date for entries is Friday 27th May 2005.


There are nine (9) sessions available at the convention, plus the Friday night session for special events. To help us schedule you, please mark on the entry-form any times you are unavailable to play.

Pheno will use a patented steam-powered brass Scheduling Engine to schedule your games before the Con. Entries received before the late date are guaranteed to be scheduled; entries received after the late date will be scheduled if at all possible; entries at the Con will be scheduled by negotiation with the game writers.

The schedule can be found on the 'Games' page. The Living D20 games schedule is slightly different.



Being a decent sort

As a policy Phenomenon does not discriminate against any group, creed, ethos, sexuality, gender, shoe-size or species. In particular, however, we suggest that asking permission before invading Paris is the height of civility, and that spats should be worn while drinking tea.