More from the tombs…

Some more thinking about Odyssey from the files of the Wayback Machine, this time from Ian Andrews and myself. Apparently, we thought it was a game back then.

Crewing The Quota: guest post by Erin Marsh

Another crew experience.... "It is a Thursday afternoon, sunny, warm. I am not outside soaking it up, instead I’m elbows deep in a suitcase, rummaging through someone’s underwear looking for chocolate and hard drugs." "Fake drugs, just to put that out there - tic tacs or sugar in little baggies, usually. I am crewing an... Continue Reading →

Playing the Quota: guest post by Julian Lynch

First post I've seen from the player perspective. "So, the Quota... it was a very interesting experience. Type 2 fun indeed." "For those who don't know it was a very Nordic lrp based around being in an immigration detention centre trying to get out of an economically and politically collapsing England and into Wales. The... Continue Reading →

Crewing The Quota: guest post by Charlie Holdway

Another set of Facebook posts, this time by Charlie Holdway. Starting with this, written during the event, which I absolutely love... "Crewing Quota. Report so far. Intense. Holy shit some people play hard. Further info later. May video journal." Post 2 - post-event. "These are the characters I played (except in Black Box scenarios) for... Continue Reading →

Crewing The Quota: guest post by Sarah Cook.

This is a couple of posts by Sarah Cook on her experiences of crewing The Quota which I've nailed together. Post 1 "Back from crewing for @The Quota, a Broken Dreams larp and Avalon Larp studio game where I was three distinctly, differently awful people. Unlike my usual awful people, none of them were funny characters. There... Continue Reading →

The Quota: guest posts

Helly and Rob came for dinner and we talked about bleak Nordic prison larps. I said "shall we do one?" and Helly said "Actually, I have this idea..." So said Simon Brind. The Quota was "a live role-play experience designed to explore some of the pressures and crisis points experienced by refugees and migrants" I've... Continue Reading →

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