Tagged: larp links

Link Love: Larp Couture

Categories: Blog, Larp

Interested in costuming and propping? Head over to Larp Couture and check out American (?) Caroline E. Willis’s lively writing on the topic, from information about codpieces to gender-related musings on harem pants to historical research on real smugglers, helpful for rolling up that rogue you’ve been meaning to.... Read More

Link Love: Larp Conventions

Categories: Blog, Features, Larp

Shout out to some of the world’s larp conventions. This list would be way longer if I included all the general gaming conventions that offer larp as part of the fun; I tried to keep it to just the larp cons here. Conventions for talking about larp, meeting larpers, and occasionally larping: Mittelpunkt — The […]... Read More

Playground: It Lives!

Categories: Blog, Larp

Like a Mummy locked inside a cursed pyramid, or a Japanese schoolgirl who has experienced near-death happiness, the Scandinavian larp mag Playground (dedicated to the “new wave” in roleplay) has shambled (leapt?) to life again, courtesy of the great people of Denmark. I know I’ll be looking forward to lovely new dead-tree issues, as well as […]... Read More

Link Love: Kalashnicore

Categories: Blog, Larp

Rev up your Google Translate and head over to Kalashnicore, a blog written by Swedish larper and feminist Anna Karin. Many of her posts respond to a list of challenges, from blogging about her biggest larp gaffe (which permanently put her off baby corn) to her best costume. Along the way she muses about game design, pop […]... Read More

Leaving Mundania in Playground Magazine

Categories: Blog, Larp
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Do you like roleplaying? Do you like reading? Do you have eyes? Whip out your glasses and check out Playground, an international roleplaying magazine that just so happened to post a piece on a certain forthcoming larp book...

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Intro to Knudepunkt

Categories: Blog, Features, Larp
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I went to a Danish larp convention. And it was awesome.

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