Monday, August 1, 2011

The Week In LARP - August 1st

Last Week In LARP

Did you attend a LARP event last weekend? Let us know how it was in the comments!

This Week In LARP

Have fun LARPing. I will be working somewhere secret doing secret things, so no LARP for me.

NERO

WAR will be hosting a 2-day event this weekend starting on Friday, August 5th and ending Sunday, August 7th. The game will be held at Lewis Arboretum at the IG location of Rockcrusher Forge. It's $50 to PC ($30 with a good NPC ratio) and is free to NPC. WAR is also doing a promotion where NPCs get $10 worth of food from the tavern, but you have to prereg! This game will be using 9th edition rules and 8th edition formal.

OGRE will be hosting a 2-day event this weekend starting on Friday, August 5th and ending Sunday, August 7th. The game will be held at Camp Myeerah at the IG location of Oasis. It's $40 to PC and $10 to NPC. This game will be using 9th edition rules.

Independent

Bloodlines will be hosting a 1-day event this weekend on Saturday, August 6th. The game will be held at Camp Burnamwood (KY) at the IG location of Sergeant's Rest. It costs $35 to PC and is free to NPC, but cabins and food are available at additional costs.

If you've got a game running this week and we
didn't mention you, either drop a comment here or shoot an email to larp.plot.tips@gmail.com, and we'll add you as soon as possible!

4 comments:

  1. Went to PRO this past weekend at Raccoon Creek, Camp 3. They are using the 9th edition rules. Great group of people, good times.
    ~Sarah

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  2. Went to my first NERO Indy. My SO, a friend, and I all had a blast.

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  3. Mark Henry ~MariusAugust 1, 2011 at 4:32 PM

    There is some extra rules to the $10 meal voucher.

    "Anyone who NPCs at the upcoming Rockcrusher event (Aug 5 - 7) for the FULL weekend AND already has a good NPC ratio (33% or better) will receive $10 in Tavern vouchers!"

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  4. In Minneapolis, an artistic non-profit organization ("The Soap Factory") hosted a LARP. They went all out on props and setting, creating a full functional tavern, module areas, and extensive NPC support. The game was run using the Alliance rules and was marshalled by a local Alliance chapter. The story line was somewhat untraditional ("corporate wizard in the land of LARP").

    http://www.facebook.com/TheSoapFactory

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFNH3QEoVG0

    Pictures

    http://www.facebook.com/TheSoapFactory#!/media/set/?set=a.251847841510720.74970.109183192443853&type=1

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/sharynmorrow/sets/72157627315490262/

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