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.
Ran some games once upon a time. Ran at IMA 2005-2007, Intercon (insert letter) something or other. Written and GMed for 1948: Signals, Threads of Damocles, Xanodria Productions Inc., Ran the LARPA New Jersey Gamelift in 2009
Matthew Kamm and Julia Pilowsky are Econauts, a Boston-based duo who write science fiction and fantasy LARPs with ecological themes.
It is 4392 on the Modern Calendar, in the country of Emera, and the Blue Phoenix corporation has turned its vision to space. It’s been almost sixty years since the Tursans put six people on the largest of the three moons in the sky, and no one’s been back, not even to orbit, since then. The charismatic CEO of Blue Phoenix has vowed to put the first Emerans into space, and to... (read more)
Douglas Milewski is a writer of many things. These days, he writes fantasy novels. You can find his ebooks on all major outlets, such as Amazon and Kobo.
Justin du Coeur (aka Mark Waks -- it's an SCA thing) has been LARPing since SILicon 3 in the late 80s, and writing games since 1992. Major games that he has written or co-authored include The Future of Oz, the Tabula Rasa series, Collision Imminent! and Girl Genius: Agatha Heterodyne and the Perfect Construct.
Anandi started gaming at the tender age of 6 in her father's college D&D game. It was 13 years later when she discovered the wonders of larping, primarily as an outlet for her love of costuming, and another 12 years before she discovered the highly satisfying activity of writing games.She makes her living now by making costumes and clothing for others, and gets her joy from making other people happy, whether it is with a... (read more)
Umbrella brand for Iron GM games that aren't listed under their own brand.
Team No Pants was a competitor in the Iron GM contest at DEXCON 9, winning first place with the game The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf. The team consisted of Sage Shepperd, Joshua Sheena, Jaelen Rachlin and Nat Budin.
A 2-3 hour LARP for 10 players (5 male characters, 5 female characters) with 1 or 2 GMs
It’s a quiet, sunny summer day in the suburbs. The monthly neighborhood barbecue (and pie contest) will be hosted by the Kessenich family this Sunday. The Rossi and Lee family will be in attendance as usual, along with the Kessenich’s new tenant Brittany.
This is a character-driven drama,... (read more)
Caroline has been writing and designing live action games since 2001. She enjoys games of all types and likes experiment with where games intersect technology and education. You can read more of her thoughts on game design at carolineamurphy.com
A game design student who's just starting to make larps, working out of Troy, New York.
Author of The Worst Story Ever Told, Boogieman Nights, The Lord of the Roles: Who Killed Tom Bombadil, and co-author of Deadlands: Dying Off into the Sunset
A test brand for games written by Eva Schiffer.
I've written two scenarios already, my first one at the Fastaval scenario competition this year, my second one entered for the regular Fastaval program 2017.
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