AFK - The Webseries launched their kickstarter recently and we were able to get an interview with director Peter Haynes!
Our thoughts on Jake Rush and LARPing
How to create a healthy and thriving larp community - By Lizzie Stark
Episode 1 of the highly anticipated Larps: The Series is out!
Larps: The Series is the show we've been waiting for.
It's the Great Battle of Wednesday, the turning point in the war for the weekend. Get inspired by these larp photos!
In the fourth installment of his larp design series, Aaron Vanek discusses larp experience: Who do you blame for a bad game? Who do you credit for the good?
What is Larp? Join Kristin Brumley, and her larp characters, in her new Vlog "Stay in Character"!
In the second installation of our 'Larp is...' series, Aaron Vanek gives us a peek at what parlor larps are really all about.
The first in our 'Larp is...' series is Nordic larp, featuring Cosmic Joke's documentary of Panopticorp. It covers in-game play, set up, and characters.
Bicolline is the largest larp in North America. Erik shares his story and a lot of great photos of The Great Battle of Bicolline!
The LazyLarper (or here, Tobias Kettle) talks about the 10-year anniversary of Conquest of Mythodea, the largest LARP scenario in the world.
A Tale of Benejen Stark A few months back we had the privilege of sitting down with Five Knight’s Production to interview them about their project. It’s really fantastic to...
It can be tough to recruit new players to a larp, especially if there aren't many games already in your area. Here are 20 ways to get you started!
Bellum Aeternus, a cross-game event in southern Maryland, US, returned this year in its second incarnation. Find out the features and how it went!
Malicious griefing in a larp can ruin even the best game. What are the reasons, and when does it cross the line from harmless PVP to a problem?
In this week's Friday Featured LARP we take a look at Conquest of Mythodea. Ivan reviews 2013 and looks to 2014. Immerse yourself in the world of Mythodea!
Larping.org is conducting a LARP census! Just how many larpers are there? What do they look for in a game? Take the survey and let your voice be heard!
Curious about Drachenfest 2013, but didn't have the chance to go? Ivan gives us a review of his experience as a soldier of the fanatical Copper camp.
We've all heard metagaming spoken as a dirty word in LARP. Can it be used for the good of the players and the game itself?
Avegost is a high-immersion, medieval fantasy setting larp located in Waycross Georgia. This week we'll be taking a look at this unique larp.
A few weeks ago we sat down with Feral Workshops to ask them a few questions about their work and some of their recent activities.
Izgon (Croatian for exile) was a one-shot pervasive larp played in the urban setting, mostly in Zagreb, Croatia but it also spread to other cities and countries.
An interview with Kiri Brasseur, LARPing.org's new Editor in Chief, to introduce her to the LARPing.org staff and community.
This post is mostly aimed at combat larps, but the principles can easily be applied to just about every genre in existence. 1. Treat new players like customers. - Give...
A few weeks ago, veteran larp designer Stephen Tihor posted this link to Stitch Kingdom on Facebook. The headline is “Disney Seeks to Patent Live Action Role Play for Theme...
Today we are featuring a Kickstarter for Lederkraft Studios. To this end, we have asked the artistic director of Lederkraft Studios, Alex Agricola, to introduce himself and his Kickstarter project. Larpging.org:...
Live Action Role Playing
Collaborative make believe with a general understanding of the limitations of the exercise. Most notable forms are Medieval, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Parlor, and Nordic. The community of Live Action Role Players is an ever growing and evolving subculture of physical and artistic individuals dedicated to the immerse and active worlds they create.
After nearly 30 years of growth and development over 100 countries, the world of Live Action Role Playing is now a recognized force for good in education and progressive methods of live performance. With numbers reaching into the millions, LARP is here to stay.