Larps

Marlowe 2020 (2006, Kirt Dankmyer and Jon Lemich)

  • By Kirt Dankmyer and Jon Lemich
    • 12 - 24 players
    • 4 hours

Marlowe 2020 takes no less than three of Shakespeare's tragedies, throws in a drop here and there from a comedy and another tragedy, and blends the whole thing into a Shakespeare smoothie, with an extra kick: the whole thing is set in a cyberpunk future of corporate war and artificial intelligence. It's like an extra bit of rum to finish the whole thing off.

Marlowe 2020 is the... (read more)

Mayday (Interactivities Ink)

  • By Ghost Writer and Mike Young

Are you are a traitor to the glorious communist revolution? Do you uphold the principles or have you been corrupted by the forces of Greed, Power, and Corruption? And if you are loyal, can you ferret out the traitors before you are sent to Siberia?

Mayday is the primary holiday of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and of communists throughout the world. It is a day of pride, of hope, and of... (read more)

Nepenthe (1995, Bruce Glassco)

  • By Bruce Glassco
    • 13 players

Nepenthe is a game designed to be run at a gaming or S/F convention, although with a few modifications it could also easily be run at someone’s home. It generally takes about 3-4 hours to play. It works very well as a pick-up game for LARPing novices at an SF con. The game is real-time, real-space – with a bit of minimal preparation you should be able to keep the use of “item cards” to a minimum, so that what... (read more)

One Life (Anandi Gandolfi)

  • By Anandi Gandolfi
    • 9 - 13 players
    • 3 hours

Who Am I? This is the eternal question that stands the center of every life. This question leads to others. What separates a hero from a coward? Where is the heart? Why do we struggle day after day to make our lives count? How do we move on when grief threatens to tear us apart? Why do we continue to hope when all hope is gone? There are moments in everyone's life that stand out. There are events that... (read more)

The Other, Other, Other All Batman Game (2008, Interactivities Ink)

  • By Mike Young
    • 9 players
    • 10 minutes

A group of omnipotent, plot driven entities known as the Omniseers have kidnapped a number of Batmen from across time and space and forced them to choose one to be the true Batman.

PRAWN (2002, Interactivities Ink)

  • By Mike Young

So, there you are, sweltering in the heat, looking for a way – any way – to cool off. Suddenly, with the sound of trumpets, a swimming pool appears over the horizon. You leap to your feet and shout, “eureka!” You’ve figured out a way to beat the heat! You’ll throw a live action roleplaying game.

PRAWN is the live action game of seafood. Players can create their own characters as long as those characters are... (read more)

PRAWN 2 (Interactivities Ink)

  • By Mike Young

So, there you are, sweltering in the heat, looking for a way – any way – to cool off. Suddenly, with the sound of trumpets, a swimming pool appears over the horizon. You leap to your feet and shout, “eureka!” You’ve figured out a way to beat the heat! You’ll throw a live action roleplaying game.

This is the second module for PRAWN. PRAWN 2 is set in a pet shop.

You need the PRAWN base rules to play the... (read more)

PRAWN 3 (2007, Interactivities Ink)

  • By Mike Young

So, there you are, sweltering in the heat, looking for a way – any way – to cool off. Suddenly, with the sound of trumpets, a swimming pool appears over the horizon. You leap to your feet and shout, “eureka!” You’ve figured out a way to beat the heat! You’ll throw a live action roleplaying game.

This is the third module for PRAWN. PRAWN 3 is in an entirely different setting with its own timeline. Includes... (read more)

Panel: the LARP (2000, Justin du Coeur)

Panel: the LARP is a 50-minute LARP in the form of a panel discussion, which satirizes both LARPs and panel discussions. It is a lightweight, easy to run filler game for a large number of players, which has run several times at LARP and science fiction conventions.

Panel is similar to a Horde game, in that it has a small number of Player Characters (the Panelists) and a large number of... (read more)

Penis Goes Where is a playing card based sex mechanic for LARPs.