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==Usage in larps==
A larp may use a plot (or several) to describe a possible (or even a somewhat scripted or predetermined) series of actions that drive a particular story line forwards. A larp might for instance have a ''main plot'' (e.g . a feud that divides a village or a struggle between two groups for dominance), and/or several ''sub plots'', that are the main story arcs for the dramaturgy during the larp. These plots may be just the setting of the larp, for the players to engage in at will, or might be connected (through incentive webs or storylines for instance) to specific players or groups in order to establish "hooks" for interaction and storytelling.
==See Alsoalso==
For more precise terms, that describe some of the things that might be considered aspects of "plot" (depending on the definition of "plot"), see:
* [[Dramaturgy]]
* [[Conflict]]
* [[Puzzle]]
* [[Theory of marbles]]
* [[Relationship]]
* [[Fate]]
* [[Attractor]]

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