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Category Archives: Intercon
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
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
For my Saturday afternoon LARP at Intercon Q, I NPCed for one of the boffer LARPs, Stop That Moon! I PCed for the first run of Stop That Moon! back at Intercon O, and had a ton of fun playing … 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
At my first Intercon, I remember wandering around after my Saturday evening game, peeking into the various function rooms to see what kinds of LARPs had just gone on and check out costuming. In Hawthorne, one of the larger rooms on … Continue reading
Another Intercon has come and gone. It’s been two weeks and I still have a bit of the post-con blues. I think the post-con blues hit a lot of the Intercon community a bit stronger than usual this year. For the first … Continue reading