Larp House Presents: Inheritance

Ten years ago, Daxo murdered his beloved older brother, Baldr. Exiled by his father for his crime, he’s spent a long decade wandering. But now he’s heard that his dear grandfather has died, and he’s returned home to claim his inheritance.

Inheritance, a larp for exactly 9 players
Designed by Luke Crane
Organized by Kelley Vanda

Saturday June 24th 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Family, forgiveness, debt, religion, law and death.

If you are interested in playing, fill out our Inheritance Survey before 11:59 PM on Tuesday, June 20th. You should know if you are in or out of the larp by Thursday, June 22nd. Registration will be open after the deadline for stragglers, but a place will not be guaranteed. This larp also lends itself well to an audience, who might also be called on to be servants or thralls.

Three acts, an interlude and an epilogue. Defined character profiles. Potential mimed violence or intimidation. Works best with light touching, if everyone is comfortable (more detailed description in application survey). Melodrama. Performative. Burning stuff.

No costuming required, but the larp takes place in 10th century Denmark so viking it up yo.

A private residence near Lyndale Ave S & 75th St W in Richfield, MN.
Players will be given details after they sign up.
There is nearby public transit from buses 4, 5, 18, and 540.

The play venue is a private home, stair access only, though most of the play will be done outdoors

. Plenty of seating available. Beverages and light snacks will be served. Two short-haired cats live in the play venue, but the play can be done entirely outdoors if needed. There will be a small campfire burning nearby (“funeral pyre”).

Religious struggles. Potential for physical violence/struggle, poisoning, murder. Potential for discussion of war. Slaves. Death.

For more information email Kelley at [email protected].

Snagged from the Inheritance Kickstarter page.

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