‘Terps is a live action role-playing game about combat interpreters – people who volunteer for extremely dangerous duty in the service of a foreign power, motivated by a desire to improve both their war-torn nation and their own lot in life. It is about commitments made and ignored, and brave allies abandoned. It is inspired by the ongoing tragedy of America’s withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan.
A freeform larp for 2-4 players
Written by Jason Morningstar
Organized by Arnold Cassell, Jon Cole, and Kelley Vanda
7:00 pm — 11:00 pm on Friday, August 21st
Arnold and Kelley’s Lovely Home at 7512 Pillsbury Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55423.
There is nearby bus service from lines 4, 5, 18.
If transportation is an issue, e-mail the Outreach Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org with what area you are in and we will try to find somebody you can ride with.
freeform larp, US freeform, political scifi
If you are interested in playing, fill out our ‘Terps Registration Form before 11:59 pm on Friday, August 14th. You should know if you are in or our of the larp by Monday, August 17th.
No costumes are required. For those who get enthusiastic about costuming: Interpreters wear civilian clothing from their culture, perhaps with an armored vest provided by the Combine military.
The play venue is a private residence, all entrances involve short stairways of 3-4 steps. Plenty of seating available. A/C available.
War, institutional negligence, racial bias, religious bias, verbal threats directed against PCs, torture (not of PCs), PCs’ families in danger.
For more information email email@example.com. Your inquiry will be forwarded to the person best suited to answer it.