Alleged Entertainment is a larp writing group formed in the Boston area. Founded in 2003, Alleged Entertainment has created over a dozen unique larps spanning a wide variety of genres, and innovating in theatre-style larp structure and form.
Ever been talking to a friend at Intercon and come up with the world’s worst LARP idea that neither of you will ever, ever, EVER write? So have we. In fact, here’s ten of them. From “Football: the Musical” to “Ku Klux Klan Press Conference” to “MetametametametametaLARP LARP,” this game has it all.
WARNING: This is an adult game. It contains offensive themes, blatant sexuality,... (read more)
10 Bad LARPs in 100 Bad Minutes is back with a vengeance, tearing through genres and parodying everything in sight. These are the LARP ideas so bad, we wouldn’t even include them in the original “10 Bad LARPs”.
(OK, yeah, that’s a complete lie. We came up... (read more)
“I’m GM Central!”
“And I’m The Boffer!”
“And you’re listening to … WLRP! All LARP! All the Time!”
[chicken sound effect]
“Hey Boffer! I heard about this new game called 4 Bad LARPs in 40 Bad Minutes!”
“That sounds pretty awful, GM Central. Why would anyone want to play in that?”
“I’m not so sure myself. Says here it includes stuff like, um… The War on Christmas.”
“Yeah, and what’s... (read more)
Tonight is the cast party for a small community theater in a large college town. Their latest show "The Night Watchman's Daughter" has just finished relatively successfully. It was well- reviewed, covered its costs through ticket sales, and even made enough money to pay for some food and booze for a nice cast party. The last showing has gone up and it's time to relax, hang out with... (read more)
Every Thursday evening, the City Council of Hound's Teeth meet to discuss the issues of the week. This is an open meeting, and anyone who wants to ask something of the council is coming. From frantic farmers complaining about the zombie they saw traversing their field, to a new religion that wants to establish a temple, to a troupe of adventurers trying to free their party... (read more)
A handful of airline employees hopped a plane on it’s way to to be decommissioned, heading from Honolulu to Southern California. Shortly after reaching cruising altitude, they heard a fight in the cockpit, and then everything went silent. The intercom is down and they don’t know where the pilot is taking them, or whether they’ll survive once they get there. There is no way out of the... (read more)
"In all fiction when a man is faced with alternatives he chooses one at the expense of the others. In the almost unfathomable Ts'ui Pen, he chooses--simultaneously--all of them. He thus creates various futures, various times which start others that will in their turn branch out and bifurcate in other times."
- Jorge Luis Borges, The Garden of Forking Paths
Each year,... (read more)
It is the age of exploration. Battling navies roamed the high seas, looking for trouble and unaffiliated seamen.
Don’t look at me like that. I said “seamen,” not “semen.”
“IMPRESSMENT!” is a game of stealth recruitment into four rival navies. You could be pressed into service by:
Cracked out screamers
No longer working working-poor
Washed-up dried out high class whore
Toasting fortune, that bloody liar
Camped around the jungle fire
Misty got some coffee. Rich got some stew bones. There’s an onion, a carrot, a handful of barley, and, of course, a splash of wine. Tonight, we feast! Then the flasks pass around and everyone has a story to tell.
Here’s the... (read more)
Some would call it the end of the world. It was certainly the most drastic change in human history — more devastating than the atomic bomb, and more revolutionary than the information age. The highly psychoactive “Resonance Virus” has swept the globe, leaving no-one uninfected. The bio-engineered disease distorts memory, dissipates ego, and has resulted in…in…you can’t remember. You know this place —... (read more)