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Just wanted to share a quick update on the various LARP projects and events I have going on now, while various longer blog posts are being finished. This past weekend, I was NPCing for Madrigal 3. (And a couple weeks … Continue reading
I recently attended Time Bubble, the fall weekend of LARPs at RPI in Troy, NY. I played in three LARPs and attended a panel. My first LARP was Amalgamation. To be honest, the blurb for the LARP on the website … Continue reading
As I mentioned in a recent post, at Festival of the LARPs 2017, I ran a boffer game designed to introduce newbies to the Accelerant system. I was inspired by a LARP I played twice at SLAW called The Trouble … Continue reading
Festival of the LARPs 2017, the weekend of theater LARPs, recently ran at Brandeis University. I was coordinator (or con chair, or whatever you want to call it) this year, so that’s been keeping me rather busy over the past … Continue reading
On Sunday morning at Intercon Q, after a long night of dancing and partying, I stumbled into one of the Iron GM LARPs. It was the 11am run, not a 9 am run, but after a late Friday night of … Continue reading
On Saturday morning at Intercon, I played in an American Freeform game called Here is My Power Button.Originally, I told myself I should either sign up for a LARP that started later on Saturday morning, or perhaps just skip that … Continue reading