In the larp, players didn't play the warhogs. Instead, they portrayed various people who were involved in the Proteus project that created the human-pig hybrids, and the hybrids themselves were NPCs. Thus, the larp was set in the recent past of the tabletop role-playing game. The larp materials instructed players to play it as political satire. The larp featured one important day at a top-secret research base. A military-political delegation arrived to the base to decide whether the government should buy the warhogs for military purposes. However, the project was behind in schedules, and the scientists were still working on various aspects of the hybrids: trying to adjust their hormonal balance and making them behave in right ways.
In addition to the politicians and high ranking officers of the delegation, the characters included bioengineers and brain scientists working on the warhogs, PR consultants who tried to come up with ways to market them to the voting population, and soldiers who were stationed at the base. The larp focused on in-game work. Various committees held meetings, the PR consultants did brainstorming sessions and created memes, bioengineers tried to adjust the hormonal balance of the warhogs, brain scientists implanted memories on them, and so on. The play experiences could vary from satirical to serious. The Minister of Defence could order the warhogs to serve whiskey, whereas a low level soldier working at the complex could build a personal relationship to a warhog that she was assigned to guard.
According to the designers, the larp aimed to be a political satire of the military-industrial complex. It treated questions such as should the warhogs' lifespans be genetically shortened, and what kind of rights the warhogs should have compared to human soldiers. The main themes included ethics of warfare, ethics of science, dehumanisation, and drawing a line between animal and human.