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In effort to get a start on one of my New Years resolutions, I’m going back to a topic that came up at NELCO 2016 which I continue to often find myself thinking about. It was a topic I proposed: … Continue reading
Current topic on my mind: riddles, puzzles, and other related mental challenges in LARPs. It’s a topic I’m fond of — given a newspaper, I often turn first to the crossword puzzle, the Sudoku, the Cryptoquote, the ken-ken square. (Not … Continue reading
I’ve played in many theater LARPs that allow for player death have had some sort of rule that prevents death too early on the game. This is commonly referred to as a “kill moratorium”. The reasons for a moratorium on … Continue reading
My last panel at NELCO 2013 was titled Religion in LARP. I can’t recall if I suggested this particular topic for a NELCO panel, but I did end up as one of the two panelists. I was actually extremely hesitant … Continue reading
Many of NELCO’s attendees had dinner in the hotel’s little restaurant, the Bar and Grill. We pushed several tables together to include as many people as possible. I liked the tight-knit community feel. The first panel I went to after … Continue reading
Friday night at NELCO, I slept rather poorly. Getting to bed rather late was my own fault. I was enjoying just hanging out in our little con suite (the Radisson’s Executive Board Room) after the last panels had ended too … Continue reading
My Friday at the New England LARP Conference, or NELCO, consisted of attending three panels: Set/Sound/Lighting, Writing as a Team — Dividing the Work, and Writing Political Plot. The first panel, Set/Sound/Lighting, was quite similar to previous panels I’ve attended, … Continue reading