I was catching up on This American Life this week, and listened to the most amazing story of larp, private investigators, and crime ever told. It proves the old adage, “truth is stranger than fiction.” Listen to the free podcast, and be amazed:
The Incredible Case of the PI Moms
You might also check out Derek Rawlings’s (Vancouver-based?) blog, drLARP, devoted to “embiggening” the hobby. He’s got posts giving advice to players and storytellers on a variety of topics, from how to strategically use NPCs as an organizer, to how to have fun playing a low-level character.
Hey Lizzie, thank you for sharing my blog today… I’ve noticed that there aren’t a lot of North Americans writing about LARP, and I’m all too happy to share my experiences and opinions when I can.
(I am definitely Vancouver-based, by the way)