As well as safety from unpleasant or triggering experiences, larp needs safety to lean in, to be brave, and to get the play we crave. We need brave spaces.
Designing an experience that explores autobiographical themes through metaphor while also incorporating characters based on real people.
So why do so many games still have atmospheres where people who are fat are mistreated? Where being fat marginalizes the positions you’re allowed to have?
The original version of this glossary was published in the 2019 book Larp Design: Creating Role-Play Experiences. 360° illusion Larp design idea where what you see is what you get. The environment is perceived as authentic, everything works as it…
Revisiting Andie Nordgren's 2008 article on High Resolution Larping.
This manifesto describes our preference for playing, designing, and facilitating larp experiences with the purpose of encouraging transformative impacts.
Laog is short for live action online game – and that says it all, doesn’t it? We can larp – live action role-playing – when being behind our video camera.
There are many things you can do to make sure that your larp is more inclusive of autistic people. This article offers several pieces of advice.
Choosing to depict rape scenes can have a strong impact. This article discusses the evolution of representations of rape in French and international larps.
Creating relations between characters is essential to larp. The YARN technique helps you create playable relationships between characters.