World of Dreamscape

DreamScape LARP is a high horror, light to medium  touch, latex and realistic foam weapon LARP that is revolutionary in how it portrays the horror genre! DreamScape ascends beyond "theater of the mind" with it's incredible design and props that

Adventure’s at Fandom Legacy Con

Written by Cory Carter

 “The weary band of travelers has again loaded the wagon to travel quite a distance away for what is bound to be a fun-filled journey. We arrive at the castle wall which stands tall, but not

A Game for New LARPers: Lost Colonies

Any experienced LARPer has been there. Bringing a friend who is completely new to LARP to their first game. Below is what it generally is like (but not for Lost Colonies players):

I could see the frustration on their face,

Getting Through LARP Drop

The elf climbed to the top of the cliff and held out her prized sword, a token of her benefactor. She yelled at the darkness, beseeching it to her her cries.

“Forgotten, you have given me this sword as a

Inside the World of Acendia

“The thunder shook the ground, lightning illuminating the landscape if but for a second. Standing feet away from, a pale face of a ghoul struck fear into the party that stood in front of it.

“It’s hungry, feed it!” shouted

Epics of Fate

Epics of Fate is a lightest-touch, high fantasy, boffer LARP with quite a few things that set it out from the rest. The game is going to be hosting it's first game soon and has loads to be excited about!

Conflict of Ithea

Conflict of Ithea is a high realism, full immersion, fantasy-based LARP; where there is no magic but healing. The game is kicking off its first game this April and boasts a lot of things to be excited for! Six factions …

People are the Heartbeat of LARP

Reaching out, the wizard king sung a spell with words never chanted before. He held out his hand and beckoned for his enemies very heart to leave the sanctuary of its body. The spell landed, shivered down through the body,

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My First ODUCon Experience

I went to ODUCon for the first time this year, and I can say that I thoroughly enjoyed the event. Growing up in a very traditional Middle Eastern American household, there were many traditions that I had to adhere to, …