What is Larp?
Larp, or live-action role-playing, is a type of role-playing game where the participants physically act out their character's actions. There are lots of different ways to do it, from live-combat campaigns to theatre-style games.
You can read more on the Live action role-playing game (LARP) page.
Here are some suggested starting places for browsing this wiki:
- Larps - Individual LARP games. If your LARP belongs to an organization like The Camarilla or NERO please place it within the proper category.
- Organizations - Non-profits, groups, companies, larpwright collectives, and others. This includes organizations like Amtgard, The Alliance and other organizations that run games.
- Conventions - A list of LARP conventions or conventions with LARP elements.
- Styles - Information specific to certain styles of larp.
- How-to - Techniques and tools used to create things for a larp. This can be from building a boffer to how to sew a skirt or create a prop.
- Media - Books, films, blogs, podcasts and other publications about larp.
- Glossary - Terms and concepts used to talk about larp.
- Projects - Other projects not covered by the above categories.
- Timeline - A place to note significant dates and events that have happened. Examples are when organizations were founded or significant events happened such as the NERO vs. NERO court battle. Note the date(s) as the article title with the article body being the information about the date(s).
- Academic - Articles discussing theory and listing of academic papers and presentations.
- Rulesets - Information about different rulesets and where they can be bought or downloaded.
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