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Invitation to Join

Dear ________,

You are hereby cordially invited to attend a meeting of the Inferno Club, to be held at the Club's premises in Wilson Gardens, London, on the evening of 31st December, 1865. It is my earnest hope that there you will meet with a number of other stimulating and active persons such as yourself, the better, through your fellowship, to advance the aims of each of you individually and of the Inferno Club as a whole. You have been selected to become a member of the Club because of the achievement and / or potential you display: I am confident that by selection has not been in error, and that you will do us all great credit in the years to come.

I must ask you to respect the incognitos of those members present who wish to preserve them, as they will yours should you wish it: and to refrain from seeking to bring a guest. Inferno Club meetings are strictly members-only affairs, which guests may only attend through application to the relevant Club authorities.

You are further invited to apply for membership to one of the twelve Houses of the Inferno Club, brief descriptions of which are enclosed. Should you find it difficult to say which house will suit you best, I shall be happy to assign you to one of them based on my knowledge of your experience, temperament and proclivities – which, you may be assured, is encyclopedic.

I hope that you will be able to join with me on 31st December in wishing the Inferno Club, its members, and Europe as a whole a very happy and prosperous New Year.

Yours faithfully,


Inferno sampler

To play in Inferno, just send GBP 10.00 to cover your setup and first three turns. Further turns are GBP 3.00 each. Please make cheques payable to Undying King Games. You will receive a copy of the rules, huge wodges of background material, and advice on how to create a character.

Like all our games, Inferno can be played by post or by email, as you find convenient.

Undying King Games, 57 London Road, IPSWICH, IP1 2HF, United Kingdom

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