LARPBook: Reviews

Review Balrog Games 2014 LARP

Balrog games was created way back in the mists of Larping time it ran then and lay quiet for many a year. Then about 9 years ago its creator and group of like minded Gathering attendees decided to stop attending the Gathering (at the time the UKs largest fest larp)...

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Star Wars Larp Review

Yesterday, the first Star Wars larp was played in Zagreb, Croatia. It's simply called Star Wars larp, and it's set in a time just after Episode 6. The story: after the fall of the Empire, a group of powerful businessmen, industry owners, bankers and various shady...

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Review of Whats Your Game LARP Kit Fair

What's your game ran on the weekend of 7th - 9th of February and included a costume banquet for those who stayed over the weekend. I could only make the Saturday so I'll confine this review to only the kit fair and not other activities. However if anyone was there for...

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Camarilla Agram 1 – how it was

The first full event of Camarilla Agram series incorporated plenty of experiences we learned from our first three playtests. The larp was played in a private apartment, and the set dressing was created that went way beyond what was done in the second playtest event. A...

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Event Review – “Forgotten”

"Forgotten" is Balrog games 2013 event. Balrog runs 1 intimate LARP event every year. Each is the next installment in an ongoing campaign that follows the lives of characters caught up in a chain of events out of their control as dragons, wizards and gods fight to...

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Epic Armoury

I recently bought three pieces of kit via Larpinn that were all sourced from Epic Armoury. I've bought Epic Armoury before so with my previous experience and the new gear I'm in a good position to give some opinion on the quality of Epics kit. First off a bit of...

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A Day at Jaska 11

It's hard to offer a good review of an event on which I've been on only partially, so take this review with a grain of salt. But the size of Ognjeni Mač's Jaska 11 was impressive. With 50-ish participants it was the second largest Jaska event ever, after Jaska 8 in...

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