One player (the bard) tells a story by singing, possibly in short rhymes, while the other players act out the story. At times the players take over the story from the bard. This creates an interplay between the bard and the other players. Elements that are often used in such stories are chapters and flashbacks.

This is a variant of the game Typewriter, also known as Storyteller.


A free improvisation performed dancing.


A song is sung in a specific musical style, requested from the audience. The song usually describes heroic events.

3-Headed Musical Star

During the 3-headed Musical Star a musical is performed. Whenever somebody starts to sing, two extra heads pop up and the three of them will sing one word at the time. As this form quickly requires a lot of players, the players may ask the other team to help out.