Friday, April 1, 2011

All Good Things Must Come To An End...

It's been a wonderful 9 months, but as the post mentions, all good things must come to an end. I feel at this time Tim and I are ready to move on to our next endeavor.

You see, a wealthy investor who wishes to remain nameless has sent us a couple of emails asking us to run our own LARP for him. We've got full creative license, will receive a percent of the proceeds, and have all expenses covered (including relocation). We'll be renting our houses until they can be sold, and we'll be moving up in the world.

You see, Oregon is in dire need of LARPs. They've got plenty of forests and parks for us to use, and they want us to use it as a way to bring tourism to Oregon. Through a heavy bout of viral marketing, we're hoping it will be bigger and better than any LARP before. And you know what, if it doesn't work out after a year, we have an option to cut at any time and they'll help us relocate back.

We will not be leaving everything in the dust though. We know a lot of people follow this blog for the topical information rather than regional news. For those of you interested, feel free to follow our new blog at LARP Oregon!

6 comments:

  1. I am so not clicking on that link. You have lost your linking trust with me after the last time. :D

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  2. How awesome would it be to run an Oregon Trail LARP ... in Oregon! (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdwggeSe1HE)

    I'd heard of rumors of some live action viral marketing campaign kicking off soon. Supposedly goes by the code name "Project 0401". Maybe your new LARP is that project?

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  3. Oregon is beautiful! I'm so excited you guys will be going out there. I mean, it's warmer, there's less snow, the economy is better, there's an ocean and great parks, it's cleaner - I mean, what a bummer if this were, like, a joke and you actually were just staying in Cleveland... :)

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  4. You know what you should do? You should both live in giant tree-houses in the redwood forest. That way you'll be both on-site and segregated from the rest of humanity in order to better focus on the fantastical dream-world that you'll be creating. You could have a zip-line to get down to the ground and everything.

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  5. Mark Henry ~MariusApril 1, 2011 at 1:18 PM

    The best deception is one with just enough details but not quite enough to prove false.

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  6. Strange... I've been working behind the scenes on a LARP to be placed within a LARP in Oregon...

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