Category Archives: LARP Reviews

Shogun

The weekend before Intercon R, I was back in the UK for Shogun, a weekend long theater LARP.  Arguably, going on an international trip so soon before Intercon was not the most prudent of choices, but I have no regrets. … Continue reading

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Musica Universalis

There’s a lot of musical talent in the local boffer and theater communities, and recently, I NPCed a LARP that made excellent use of that talent. Musica Universalis is set in the Dust Bowl in 1935. The musica universalis theory … Continue reading

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Festival of the LARPs 2018, Part II

Picking up where I left off… On Saturday of Festival of the LARPs 2018, I played three LARPs, Snowrise, Aether, and Aes Sidhe. Snowrise first ran at Intercon R, and when I first saw the description, I was intrigued. Can’t … Continue reading

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Festival of the LARPs 2018, Part I

Let me preface this post by saying I haven’t forgotten that a number of people asked if I would write a post about Shogun and/or expressed interest in reading one, and I actually have been very slowly working on a … Continue reading

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Intercon R Part III: Sunday and Monday

On Sunday at Intercon R, I played one of the Iron GM LARPs, then a new boffer LARP called Breadcrumbs. Iron GM is Intercon’s annual competition, where teams of writers are given mystery ingredients and 24 hours to write a … Continue reading

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Intercon R Part II: Saturday

On Saturday at Intercon R, I ended up NPCing in three different boffer LARPs: Bound in Blood, Stop That Moon! and Rabbit Run. Bound in Blood is a new boffer LARP that ran in the morning slot. I put myself … Continue reading

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The Cult, the Song, and the Club

I went to New Jersey this past weekend to play The Song and the Sunrise, the wuxia themed “mechanical and spiritual successor to The Dance and the Dawn“, the gothic fairy tale themed game about six ladies and seven lords … Continue reading

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