“Alien” characters and making them work: guest post by Robin Steen

I’m a bit of a fan of the College Of Wizardry as I’ve previously frothed here. Or rather, I’m a bit of a fan of a particular style of CoW – it’s a sandbox larp, and the style of play I like about it is far from the only one. Robin Steen of Dziobak Studios kicked off a lovely thread on the many playstyles – “Which element of CoW was your favourite, the first time you went?”  Continue reading ““Alien” characters and making them work: guest post by Robin Steen”

Access and Aspirations: clashing philosophies for larp and life: guest post by Jessie Cattes

Another bit of wisdom from Facebook. I’ve been thinking much more about accessibility at larp recently – on account of being a bit more responsible for it than previous at Wing and a Prayer  and All For One. There’s so much I don’t know. Wiser heads were clear on how accessible Wing And A Prayer is: much of the action is entirely accessible sitting down, for example. For All For One, where what started as a straight “The event is not accessible. We’re sorry.” got much more granular about how the event was inaccessible, thanks to some overheard wisdom from Emma Round. As a result we hope more folk might consider it could be for them. 

Anyway. More wisdom below. 
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