Today’s guest-post was written and translated by Danish freeform designer Troels Ken Pedersen. It previously appeared in Danish on the Plan B Rollespil. After a few awkward clashes on- and offline, Continue Reading →
My first two posts in this series–about larp as a potential tool of social activism and how the real-world element of larp fits into social justice–are really geared toward saying, “it’s Continue Reading →
This is part 2 of a post on larp’s potential as an activist tool. You can read part 1, about why larp might be a good tool, here. So we’re Continue Reading →
Over the past few days, prompted by a bunch of discussion on social media, I’ve been thinking a lot about larp and social justice, and how the two go together. Continue Reading →
It’s not easy to be a larper with disabilities. A couple weekends ago, US designer Shoshana Kessock and I put our heads together and workshopped the issue. What we need, Continue Reading →
I get the question, “How do I get more diverse people to show up to my event?” a lot. Here’s my answer on how to foster inclusivity in gaming.
Knutpunkt gets culturally appropriated, sweet new terminology, the supperreal state and all the hot new larps you can’t go to this year.
If you want to make your larp less racist, here are a few things to consider, design-wise.
Everything I know about building larp communities and how to make them functional. My Living Games keynote.
I’ve noticed that there’s this one thing that everyone wants to get right in a larp. Organizers and designers want to get it right so much—and the complementary fear of Continue Reading →