Table of Contents


Selecting a Committee


Brain Storming

Planning Events

Setting the Date


Inspecting features


Organizing  Officials


Issuing Seals

Event Ideas

Game Ideas

Selling Items

Problem solving

Closing the Fair

Inspecting features

With all the planning going on, it is easy to forget that features in the fairgrounds need to be tested.  This is especially true of new features.  It is the chairperson's responsibility to make sure all these features are tested prior to the fair.  A Demagogue, Burgess, or Judge may enter the fair grounds prior to the fair to test these features.

This section is a check list to help make sure all features are tested and nothing forgot.  Be sure to test...

  • Any new feature completely.  
  • The time allotments on seals to be sure they last the amount of time they were issued for.
  • Each booth to be sure they can be entered and exited.
  • All boards to be sure they are accessible.
  • All mundanes located throughout the fair.
  • The ability to give a non official permission to sell seals.
  • The ability to summon cast members to the fair grounds prior to the fair opening so they may rehearse.
  • Amphitheater
    • Summoning on to stage
    • Removing from stage
    • Whispers not allowed
    • All special affects
    • Ability to remove someone from the area
    • Length of director's seals for amphitheater
    • audiences ability to leave the area by mundane request in case they are blocked in.
  • Stage
    • Director can admit cast
    • Length of time director's seals last.
    • Length of  time cast members assignment lasts.
    • All special affects
    • Ability to remove someone from the area
    • Audiences ability to leave the area in case they are blocked in.
  • Make sure it is possible to use prayers and spells in the summoning arena.
  • Make sure that spells cannot be used in other areas.
  • Make sure the "warp" feature in entrances cannot be abused.
  • Make sure once an aisling has been removed from an area, they cannot enter again immediately.
Any problems found should be reported to the chair person so they may inform the mundanes and allow for them to be corrected prior to the opening of the fair.