The King’s Musketeers, a freeform game

Last weekend I joined a number of old friends who share my hobby of make-pretend and roleplaying games. This particular game was called The King’s Musketeers, set during the reign of King Louis XIII of France, with characters both from real history as well as literature (e.g. Alexandre Dumas’ novels). As often during these weekend events, costuming was at a very high level, many self-made and a number of players even were wearing several different costumes over the weekend. If you’d like to know more about freeform games, the UK Freeforms website is a good place to start. Here’s a selection of photos, with many more being on flickr.

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

The King's Musketeers

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