Back in the ‘90s you hunted ghosts together. You used an ancient technique that reliably bridged two worlds, and you put a lot of souls to rest. Like any team you were a mess of individual flaws, contradictions and rivalry, but it worked.
It worked until Sara died.
And now here you are, twenty years later. The past has brought you back together. Together for that one last job.
A live-action ghost story for four to five players.
Designed by Ole Peder Giæver and Jason Morningstar
Organized by l.p.lade and Shawn Stokes
Saturday, 20 October 2018, 7:00 pm to midnight
A private residence in St. Paul. Details will be provided to participants.
Participation in this event is offered free of charge.
If you are interested in playing, fill out our Old Friend sign-up before 11:59 pm on Tuesday, 16 October. If more people sign up than we have room for, attendance will be decided by weighted lottery. You should know if you are in or out of the larp by Wednesday, 17 October.
The waiting room is bland and antiseptic. You have made unimaginable sacrifices to get here. Through that door is a chance at a better life—one away from war, death, and horror. But between you and the door are a dozen fellow refugees with their own agendas, and an immigration officer eager to send you straight back to hell.
Written by Jason Morningstar, organized by Arnold Cassell and Jon Cole
WHEN:7:30 pm — 10:30 pm on this Saturday, June 3rd
Nonsuch Island, Bermuda 1934 –You’ve come to this paradise to drop a two and a half ton iron ball off the side of a shop and lower it almost a kilometer into the abyss. You’ve come to crawl inside that iron ball and go down with it, to what there is to see down there. You’ve come with three other brilliant adventurers, friends and lovers, and you’ll all get a chance to descend and risk your lives in exchange for seeing things no human being has ever seen. And maybe. in the inky darkness and cold silence, you’ll find a measure of happiness and fulfillment.
LARPSHACK is a group of amazing people interested in playing and promoting live action roleplaying in central North Carolina, with an emphasis on freeform, Nordic-inspired, and short-form parlor larp styles.
This community is being started by friends of Larp House, Kate Hill and Jason Morningstar. If you’re in the area, check ‘em out.
Also, we can’t help but take a little pride in their seemingly derivative name!