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)
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)
“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)
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)
Colonel Sebastian T. Rawhide's Circus of the Spectacular is a 4-hour secrets and powers larp for for 14-22 players and 3 GMs. It is full of high weirdness and low melodrama. It is four hours of strange, silly fun with serious undercurrents and emotional attachments.
Colonel Sebastian T. Rawhide's Circus of the Spectacular is is a work of fiction. The... (read more)
Welcome to the bustling metropolis of Las Sillas, California, home of the Las Sillas Saturday Market. Las Sillas prides itself on fresh, organic produce so you can live healthy and environmentally friendly.
Elsewhere, companies such as Greenetics International have taken over the market for produce, and you can scarcely find a truly organic item in any supermarket. But such a thing would never... (read more)
Tragically-killed puppies. Embarassing TV gaffes. Burned toast.
These everyday tragedies are relics of the past now that time travel has been invented! But who will safeguard the past from those who would tamper with it for malicious purposes?
On December 1st, the Time Travel Review Board of the NSF will review all applications for time travel permits leaving during the year of 2104.... (read more)