Most larp war stories have been provoked by moments of intense experience, of intense emotion. How can we design larps to create these moments?
How can we have our larps be inclusive for disabled participants? Shoshana Kessock explores ableism and solutions for larp designers and communities.
In recent years, we — the Nordic/International progressive role-playing scene, both tabletop and larpI’ve been in on the tabletop/freeform side of things for many years; on the larp side, I got going with a splash with Just a Little Lovin’…
The official book for Knutepunkt 2017 is called Once Upon a Nordic Larp... Twenty Years of Playing Stories and it's out now!
Consent culture in larp communities is a subject of great interest in the current discourse. Larp scholar Sarah Lynne Bowman explores the subject.
Should larp techniques for representing sexual activity be sexy themselves? Might they be more sexy than we sometimes realize? What impact does this have?
Collaboration is in vogue. In Nordic circles and in blockbuster games, non-competitive play is ascendant. Matthew Webb argues for competetive play in larp.
Character sheets are an important part of a roleplaying game's "text", but how are they constructed, and how do they operate? Evan Torner investigates.
Nordiclarp.org has gathered video equipment for larp documentation, which we lend out free of charge as long as it's used for larp.
Claus Raasted writes a list of things he’d like you to do if you went to a larp of his and didn’t like the experience you had.