The Game

The Last Rose

1970, ten people, one goal: Revive the legendary Woodstock Festival. A tranquil San Francisco commune, an up-and-coming rock band, and a tough motorcycle gang are united by their love of music, peace, and mind-expanding drugs. However, the festival turns into a death trip for the commune´s spiritual leader. Once the guru was found murdered, peace, love, and happiness were over.

Players: 7-10

Play Time: 3–4 hours

Ages: 16+

 
Components

Game Components

10 Character Books

10 Invitation Cards

10 Notes in envelopes

10 Character standees with plastic bases

10 Place Cards with plastic bases

1 Gameboards (Floor Plan)

1 Rulebook

Characters

Character Synopsis

For 7-10 players with up to 5 female and 5 male roles. Male and female roles can be played by any player.

What does this mean?

STEPHANIE “STEVIE” SLICK (30)

For the celebrated lead singer of the rock band Joint Failure, the festival will be a new career high.

GRACE ANDERSON (27)

The mysterious and gloomy guitarist has mastered all of her instrument’s 666 chords.

JIMMY MARTIN (31)

The passionate drummer is known for his rock star performance on stage. But privately, he also composes soulful ballads.

CHARLES MOORE (27)

This impulsive motorcycle gang candidate still needs to prove himself before he can earn his colors.

WAYNE LEWIS (28)

The sullen leader of the motorcycle gang has just been released from prison. It certainly won’t be his last time behind bars.

BONNIE TURNER (25)

This well-read student has shed her bourgeois constraints to start a new life in the commune with her husband.

RICHARD “DICK” TURNER (26)

Bookkeeper by day, hippie by night, this amateur songwriter gave up his day job so he could change the world with his histrionic songs.

LUCY-SUE DAVIS (22)

She can barely remember Woodstock because this carefree flower child never says no to free love or free drugs.

MARY JACKSON (19)

During her travels through India, she found herself and Buddhism. She has a hug or a good word for everyone.

MICHAEL WRIGHT (22)

“Make peace, not war” is his motto. Instead of the army, this confirmed pacifist makes his home in the commune.
Music to Set the Mood

Music for Hosts - Killing Woodstock

Background music is a great addition to make your Deadly Dinner a memorable experience. If you don’t want to create your own playlist, we have playlists for our Deadly Dinner games available on Spotify. These will help set the mood for the game.

Spotify Playlist

Creating a Suitable Ambiance

Decorating for your Deadly Dinner

If you are looking for some inspiration to decorate your Deadly Dinner, please visit our Pinterest page where we have collected many ideas for creating thematically appropriate decorations.

Decorations for your Deadly Dinner

Thematic Provisions for your Guests

Recipes for your Deadly Dinner

All our recipes are vegetarian or vegan. We recommend combining them as you like and, if necessary, creating a buffet for your players. To create a full meal, you should include at least three recipes. All dairy products can easily be replaced with vegan substitutes to make them vegan. 

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