I got off track of my posting schedule, honestly, it was because I was finding those packing posts a little… boring to write. I will get back to them, because I still have a couple good shots of packing set decorations and how I dress up my cabin, but I want to get back to the fun part of blogging, so I wanted to just spout out a freeform page about how things have been going.
Packing for Divine Intervention LARP: Part Two:
Costuming and Personal Effects
Part of a series in which I pack my kit for DI Larp. I pack a little heavy for this game, you will not have to pack this much in general for your standard weekend long boffer event.
This category could essentially be called: the only category that is really essential to actually play the game. One does not need to bring the food that I mentioned before, or the set dressing for their cabin that I will mention in the next post, to actually play the game. However, you do need a costume and a weapon, in general, at the bare minimum.
Packing for Divine Intervention LARP: Part One:
Food and Drink
Welcome to a series in which I pack my kit for DI Larp. I pack a little heavy for this game, you will not have to pack this much in general for your standard weekend long boffer event.
I drafted this a few months ago when I was trying to brainstorm this blog because so many of my friends have glasses woes. This is not meant to be the authority on glasses at larp, just my own experience, and I am happy to update if anyone has input!
Larping for Glasses Wearers!
As someone who wears glasses, weighing the pros and cons of wearing them at game can be daunting, I have heard all the arguments that wearing glasses at a combat game is unsafe, might break immersion if the game setting is not one where glasses are common, they are too expensive to bring to a game where one might lose them, etc…
While there are elements of truth to all of this, I have found that there are many ways to be able to attend a LARP and still be able to see! Continue reading ““And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you.””
Content Warning: I will be speaking about a traumatic death in my family. Please do not feel the need to read this if that is upsetting to you. The story has a good message, I think, but I do not want anyone troubled by my telling of it.
I am coming up on big anniversary for me, which is a sad anniversary, but also in a silver lining, bittersweet, sort of way is also a happy anniversary.
― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
When I came to realize that this spring marks my official ten years of LARP-iversary, I did a lot of thinking about how I have changed as a LARPer, the various experiences I have had, and where my future lies in the community. Over several months I have been jotting down thoughts into a journal about larp theory, my experience, the changes I have seen in the world of LARP and I am now in the process of organizing all of those ideas and stories, memories, and critiques into something I am excited to share.