SLAW 2014 Call for LARPs

Coming on the heels of the Time Bubble schedule announcement, SLAW has sent out a request for LARPs. SLAW is much like RPI’s Dice Bubble and Time Bubble, but it’s run at WPI in Worcester, MA. It’s a free weekend of short theater LARPs (usually between one and six hours) that run at the university. This year, it’s running November 21st to 23rd, and game bids are open until October 20th.

The bid form can be found here, and if you have any questions, you can send the SLAW staff an email at slaw at wpi dot edu.

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About Fair Escape

I've been LARPing for years in all different styles, including both boffer and theater. I love classic LARP but I'm always happy to try something new. I have a sort of "gotta catch 'em all" attitude towards experiencing LARPs. I'm currently serve as a board member of NEIL, a member of proposal com for Intercon, the largest all LARP convention in the US, and as en editor for Game Wrap, a publication about the art and craft of LARP. I was also con chair of Festival of the LARPs 2017, and I'm on staff for NELCO, the first all LARP conference in the US. I'm
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2 Responses to SLAW 2014 Call for LARPs

  1. Adria Kyne says:

    So what’s your advice for how to get one’s first choice for games at LARP cons? I have to admit I’ve been a bit intimidated by the FCFS setup and, while I had a great time at Intercon N, found out about signups a few weeks after they had opened. Are there email notifications that I’m somehow missing out on, or do you really just need to camp the various con websites?

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