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- Sun, 06 Dec 2015 17:43:24 EST tMgVQNaA No.27827
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There really isn't a good board to put this on besides this board and random so I figured I'd try it here. Anyone Larp?

General LARPing discussion.
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Priscilla Nivingstedge - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 04:45:37 EST J1xfjkhv No.27828 Reply
I've done the World of Darkness larp run by Mind's Eye Society (the 'official' club for WoD larping) and its fun, occasionally.
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Charles Sammermutch - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 16:26:04 EST kHFm3y/Z No.27829 Reply
I've LARPed. Was in the Netherlands, so it was pretty different from what I always see on the internet.
>Proper safety-certified weapons cost a small fortune but tend to look pretty kickass, they also take up more time in keeping maintained than actually being used for LARP
>Costumes range from "This guy just quickly grabbed some shit, use your imagination" to "This asshole had way too much time on his hands and way too much skill with a sewing machine". Can either get expensive or time-consuming craft wise.
>There's a 'balance' between combat and RP. Heavy quotation marks. Sometimes it feels like combat is severely lacking, sometimes you wish the GM crew would think of something more original than fucking skeleton waves every 15 minutes
That said? HOLY SHIT DO I FUCKING HATE LARP.

The GM crew tend to be assholes, imagine the normal flaws a DM could have in D&D and apply that to LARP. Characters have been fucked over for bullshit reasons. Playing an NPC one game made me realise just how fucking dirty and underhanded it gets in the GM crew's discussion bunker.

It's fucking expensive, takes up your entire weekend and forces you into shitty lodging with shitty food that you'll no doubt pay way too much for. (It's usually something really fucking cheap, 'cause fuck proper catering!) You spend a weekend trudging through some awful fucking forest in your LARP gear. Fuck your life if you have an uncomfortable costume. Plate armour? Bitch, please! And those stains will never go out of your robes unless you got laundry magic, wizard. And if some shitty skeleton kills you, guess where you're going to lay down.

Also NEVER play anything that requires any form of 'ingredients' that need to be collected. You'll ALWAYS be fucked over in the end, never worth taking.

Go outdoors walking if you love nature that much, and play tabletop games or MMOs if you're that addicted to fantasy gaming. But LARP was just a regrettable experience for me.
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Pimp C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 15 Dec 2015 21:57:47 EST 8aiReVeZ No.27842 Reply
You know they have a LARPing room at MAGFest but I've never done it before but it seems interesting enough depending on what LARP it is. Might have to do it when I'm there this year.
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Phineas Blemmerfuck - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 10:28:19 EST Hn4KhqkA No.27913 Reply
I larped with OWbN (one world by night) which was a big Larp community before Minds Eye Theatre became the sanctioned organization. It was still a big community by the time I got into it. I had fun, but I got a lot of gripes with it. It's kind of like a sad, awkward need parade run by people that were never popular in the slightest bit as teens and have finally found an outlet for all their social agresstion and posturing. Its like bizzarro prom night, unpopular awkward people are social giants that have lowbies kissing their butts, kinda gnarly girls are sexual goddesses doted on by a harem of thirsty neckbeards, old goths make fun of all of the shinanigens around them while failing to see the hypocrisy of taking part, cats marrying dogs.

Over all, though, if you like tabletop (the tribe I am from) it is some interesting anthropology. I did it for about a year, became pretend important myself and then quit. I prefer tabletop for sure, because the actual "game" aspect is pretty weak. Most of the time it's like the world least exciting, worst acted vampire movie. But sometimes it'd be fun, and some of the people had good acting/role play chops and you'd be able to have some cool character moments. Bright spots shining in a fog of mediocrity.

Oh, and as free advice to anyone that wants to get into it: this is probably fairly obvious, but these cliques tend to get fairly insestious, so I'd avoid getting physical with anyone involved. They probably have a dramatic and storied sexual history with like two other people in the troupe and you'd just be going down a dangerous road of crazy if you try to dip your pen in that ink. I avoided that shit in my time Larping and my experience was all the better for it.
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Sharak - Thu, 21 Apr 2016 05:41:00 EST OpTadZ0A No.28048 Reply
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I like larping in beautiful settings
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Jarvis Hittingwater - Thu, 02 Feb 2017 21:15:24 EST oz29jzLw No.28396 Reply
>>28371
I knew a person on Shroud of the Avatar who used that image. Maybe it's you. Probably not though.
nb
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Dumpf02 - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 06:04:01 EST 7VIDQ3f3 No.28442 Reply
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Armored Alice in Wonderland
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Hedda Worthingfield - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 04:11:10 EST OcBxqSR/ No.28494 Reply
I used to play a little milsim airsoft back in the day and I realized recently that it's the exact same thing as LARPing
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Sage - Tue, 01 Aug 2017 10:39:56 EST YishkQCm No.28610 Reply
>>28467
>you will never be able to hold someone down and lick their sweaty armpit through their gambeson as a goblin during a larp

Why even live?
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Jarvis Trotfoot - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 03:45:43 EST UCkCNm/G No.28650 Reply
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>>28635

If you crop out the facebook sidebar, that pic looks like an AWESOME scene from a post apocalyptic campaign
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Jarvis Nashdut - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 11:58:58 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28729 Reply
>>28265
>TFW most female LARPers are either womanlets tagging along with their oversized boyfriend or hippie-esque grannies
The dream is dead.
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3X2(9YZ)4A - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 00:36:34 EST W4jZ4KG9 No.28750 Reply
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Who is for some Monster Hunting?
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Esther Niffingman - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 12:04:34 EST xOV/ev4S No.28751 Reply
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>>27827
As a student practicing HEMA I am not allowed to LARP, I'd be disqualified for pretty much any method of striking. Historical European martial arts and the German Fechtbuchs focus on proper spear play, fencing, hand to hand, and wrestling amongst other great bits of knowledge. All of which would have me immediately disqualified if I tried to implement these tactics as there isn't much I'd be able to utilize without heavy physical contact such as thrusting or stabbing motions.

The rules in LARP prevent me from being able to wear my own suit of armor or utilize my training. I would have to "earn" the ability to wear the armor I paid for, and after several months of larping I could maybe wear my pauldrons and cuirass but still not my full set. Most of larping really sucks, but there are some good ones. I've seen some plastic lightsaber and Nerf gun battles themed after starwars where the "Sith" larp team will wear black hoodies and such to represent their faction and oppose the other normally clad folks representing Rebels and Jedi. They love to battle until their little plastic light sabers break.

The coolest I hear is in Europe where they have post apocalyptic themed LARP battles that utilize paintball guns and masks. You make your own fallout raider armor and go nuts with paintball guns playing in teams. Mock firefights in Mad Max raider gear would be more fun than getting banned because I decided to parry and thrust with a foam sword. The only other "larpers" like that I see often are the Military bros who show up in full gear to do airsoft or paintball as teams in the Desert and those can get pretty heated... No pun intended.
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Jenny Pipperwire - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 14:52:52 EST 38ncfWp2 No.28769 Reply
>>28751
I thoroughly enjoyed this post. It starts off and I'm thinking, "okay maybe this guy was wronger by a larper or something..." and finally when I make it to the end, I see what happened:
>getting banned because I decided to parry and thrust with a foam sword.
You fucked his shit up man, fuck them. Bitches don't know shit about my legitimate historically accurate larping, also known as historical reenactment.

I don't actually do that, or any thing outdoors.
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Heather !VZj063fzwU - Tue, 22 May 2018 21:33:43 EST LjsTihfs No.28780 Reply
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>>27827
I was once arrested for LARPing.
No one likes Lief with a nife.
#KNIFEPARTY#
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Sophie Ferringwell - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 19:48:38 EST JrCObGMN No.28875 Reply
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Archers, UNITE!
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Edward Bucklebick - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 15:10:36 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28891 Reply
>>28880
No trained animals in LARP! Get that thing out of here or you're forced to leave and you'll be banned from any future events.

Also let me see the stat card for that dagger, unless it mentions it can pierce armor-IS THAT A REAL DAGGER.
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Samuel Foshfire - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 00:29:09 EST tnKUG7hA No.28930 Reply
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Modern campaign larping
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Cyril Favingdale - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 04:55:08 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28931 Reply
>>28930
Storytime, yo.
>Be fresh 18, get invited to modern/sci-fi LARP
>Wanted to avoid combat in general, decided to play a businessman for the banter & plot
>Look up documentaries about businesses, see if I could grasp the general attitude of these kind of people
>First result I watch is "The Union: The Business Behind Getting High".
>See the cosmic joke, here? It's a documentary about cannabis. This is how I discovered cannabis and got convinced to try it.
The LARP itself was fucking awful, by the way. Horrible location, character got fucked over hard because of Plot Crew neglect and I quit the event early. Haven't ever bothered LARPing again, the only way I'd try again involves a complicated plan that honestly doesn't feel like it'd be worth the time, money & effort.
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Molly Sandermore - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 15:23:28 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28933 Reply
>>28932
Cool, nice to know I'm not the only one.

That stupid idea is still in the back of my mind, but there's no way it'd be worth the money to try and craft all my LARP gear myself. LARP is only worth it if the organizers aren't complete cunts, and quite frankly I'm not convinced that any of them are normal in the head.
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Charles Woshstad - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 00:51:17 EST PgcEznsX No.28935 Reply
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I guess most LARPs are medieval in theme.
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Eliza Nindlefuck - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 04:04:27 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28938 Reply
>>28935
Expect cliché fantasy for most running events, yes. There's a few modern LARPs that use nerf guns, ranging from post-apocalyptic to space/sci-fi. There's also modern-day vampires but that's more drama and plot.
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Nicholas Drollerham - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 11:06:03 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28939 Reply
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Things I've learned from the LARP events I went to.

  • Always carry at least one one-handed weapon. "But I want to play a pacifist/non-combat cha-" No. Regardless of what you want to play, the storytelling crew tends to be unoriginal and can't think of many challenges that aren't frustrating puzzles or combat. Unless you're a cripple/fogey and completely unfit to fight, you're going to end up in a fight at least once.
  • If you play an alchemist/trader/scholar, always have a back-up plan and prepare to get screwed out of resources. Once again, always carry a weapon for emergencies. Swords are cheap, your fun isn't.
  • Group up! Never go alone, always have at least one buddy with you. Distrust the game crew if you're a player. The game crew just wants to entertain themselves by fucking with the characters' comfort and safety. If your character isn't a hot shot focus of the main story, you're not safe.
  • Preparation is key. Depending on the location and duration of the event, you might want to just pack as if you're going camping. I'm talking the 'outdoors shower in a bag with tent and pillow/blanket' kind. Hell, I'm going to be a kind soul next time and carry extra emergency gear for other people.
  • Dress in-game like you're going camping as well. Waterproof, easy to clean, easy to get in and out of, good for all types of weather. You're going to hate yourself if you have to drag your ass through a rainy forest in plate armour. A good in-game backpack or an outfit with inside pockets will serve you well.
  • A churchwarden pipe with cheap brown weed will make an inconspicuous way to get high at an event where you should really get high to have fun.
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Matilda Punningfield - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 18:23:30 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28949 Reply
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>>28939
Also a word of advice: Sites like Wish tend to sell all kinds of useful stuff for outfits and accessories. I've cobbled together a quick outfit, didn't cost me more than €80. I've got doubts about the sword though, I'm pretty sure it's not LARP-approved but if it IS it's only 10 for a proper weapon compared to those jackass LARP vendors trying to rip you off with 60 for a single sword.

I still need to buy things like a proper tent and a mobile power generator, but those are long-term investments.
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Shit Hinnerway - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 04:43:51 EST 7inrumEq No.28962 Reply
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Ai Lung Nguyen: Inuit Archery
ailungnguyen.blogspot.com
Sweet archer costume.

>>28949
Whats the mobile generator for?
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Phyllis Finkinnug - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 13:57:29 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28975 Reply
>>28962
There's one LARP that's pretty much "Bring your own tent", I'm a spoiled piece of first-world shit so I'd kind of like to have a working energy generator for cooking/electronics.

And those are some sweet furs.
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Sidney Baffingtotch - Sun, 07 Apr 2019 13:58:27 EST kHFm3y/Z No.28994 Reply
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I've looked into making LARP weapons that don't look like absolute shit, and it's pretty much a hobby on its own. (Perfect because there's quite some silent periods in between LARP games.)

Let's say you just joined a LARP and you need a weapon. What's your preferred choice? Any fancy models you've seen online that you'd want to see in real life foam/latex?
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Beatrice Dartdock - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 06:04:01 EST nPGdZDD5 No.29003 Reply
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I'm the knight rider
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Clara Pecklewill - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 14:59:15 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29011 Reply
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>When a setting forbids basic technology advancements like the book press and gunpowder, but they do allow enchantments and alchemy
Hold my mead, I'm going to do some artifice.
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Hugh Dorryforth - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 08:30:20 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29023 Reply
>>29017
Blacksmithing is just forging steel. Artifice is making objects infused with magic that can serve all kinds of purpose and generally replace modern technology in a high fantasy setting.

Eberron's Artificer from D&D is the closest example I can give.
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Wesley Gondershit - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 08:58:13 EST tlRiK08z No.29025 Reply
>>29023
Magitek is essentially the answer to all problems in high fantasy. If magic is scarce or hard to learn then it explains a lot. If there's some sort of dark age then sure. But if the spells your average L1 D&D character had were commonplace it'd solve issues. There has to be some reason like the bad guys misuing magic, the new high age just started, magic is feared or summons demons or something for a society not to become like modern society once you have access to even mid level magic. If a L5 druid can increase the output of a farming town hugely by themselves, and cure illness, information will be easily passed and replcated too so it is going to resemble modern society quickly. Which is admittedly how Eberron works, or Ravnica or even to a much lesser extent Sigil. It's what Terry Pratchett did to Ankh Morpork.
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Hugh Dorryforth - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 09:10:43 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29026 Reply
>>29025
I feel ya, and in the context of LARP and physrep I'm just going to decorate/disguise all my modern camping commodities into magical constructs.
>Tent that I just need to remove the logo from with paint or something to make it look in-character, might cover it all up in camo leaf nets for extra style
>Bluetooth speaker in the shape of a prism that glows in rainbow colours
>Shower tent I'm going to disguise with camo leaf nets so it looks like a tall mossy rock
If I can find a cheap party tent I might even organize a Hearthstone Fireside Gathering at the LARP itself. There'd be something amazing about having a bunch of people dressed like knights, wizards & rogues play a card game from another universe on their phones/PCs.
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Isabella Budgebanks - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 03:21:41 EST 09fauukx No.29041 Reply
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I prefer HEMA to LARP
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Rebecca Drubbleham - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 16:58:20 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29043 Reply
>>29041
And that's okay, some people prefer FPS games over RPGs too after all.

It's just that HEMA is also the name of a store chain here so every time someone mentions it all I can imagine is cheap women's underwear and household decorations.
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Emma Chummlefutch - Sun, 28 Apr 2019 11:40:20 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29051 Reply
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>Planning on going to a big event with in-game faction camps (and an out-of-character camp)
>faction camp tents require to be expensive (300 euro minimum) bell tents
>OOC camp is for any kind of tent, also a lot more chill since there's no game going on there
>They just mentioned it'd be nice if there was a coffee maker
Guess I'm going to be a neutral barista.
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Shitting Clammerhood - Thu, 02 May 2019 06:32:37 EST 8lK77Ucy No.29055 Reply
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>>29051
Coffee counts as a potion of buffing.
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Hannah Finningkuck - Fri, 03 May 2019 00:53:50 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29057 Reply
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>>29055
The way people reacted to me hinting that I'd be bringing a coffeemaker, you'd think it's a legendary ambrosia that can revive dead spouses. People fucking LOVE their stimulants.

Also holy shit, some LARP organisations are BAD at organising shit. Last-minute bullshit all over.
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Matilda Pittville - Sat, 04 May 2019 03:51:39 EST 8lK77Ucy No.29062 Reply
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Tip: dress properly while larping.
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Phineas Gottingsidging - Sun, 05 May 2019 12:20:28 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29065 Reply
After I tried LARPing again this weekend, I can pretty much confirm that 13 years later I still fucking hate LARP. >>27829 is still correct.

It's not fucking worth it. It's not, holy shit. The kind of people that genuinely enjoy LARP are the kind of people that have severe issues in their actual lives and they do this shit to escape the thought of work or their crippling life conditions. The kind of person who can fill three hours with nothing but talking about their characters or past LARP experiences. I escaped this garbage for a reason, it was unhealthy escapism.
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Ernest Nicklehood - Fri, 10 May 2019 23:48:58 EST Ax/GG2Ov No.29072 Reply
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Where are my larps with vampires?
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Rebecca Fuckingfoot - Sat, 11 May 2019 03:53:58 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29073 Reply
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>>29072
Literally just google 'World of Darkness LARP' or 'WoD LARP' and you'll find plenty of the haughty vampire faggots playing pretend.
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Clara Billinghood - Sun, 12 May 2019 12:09:45 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29078 Reply
>>29076
If you're desperate and rich you could try hosting one of your own.
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Cornelius Herryhatch - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 08:25:23 EST YA21g2Z+ No.29108 Reply
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Be the elven princess
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Fanny Pidgetetch - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 13:02:08 EST Wssl4408 No.29110 Reply
>>29109
>Orc bard: Consensually impregnate the elven princess. And the dragon. And the otyugh.
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Charlotte Cheggleridge - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 15:45:01 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29111 Reply
>>29110
There's a reason they threw him out of the tribe.
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Fanny Pidgetetch - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 18:30:16 EST Wssl4408 No.29112 Reply
>>29111
Probably because he got them and most of their aurochs pregnant though
in 5th orcs ride on aurochs, which are stronger than ogres and have the same CR. GRUMSH PROVIDES ANGRY BEEF
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Charlotte Hoddlespear - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 14:21:00 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29114 Reply
>>29112
I shouldn't even point this out but

Please don't fuck your mounts
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Doris Divingnet - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 05:30:41 EST YVXI0vP+ No.29121 Reply
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This is how I LARP~ sick grinding while cleaving fools.
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Sidney Gimbleman - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 00:33:21 EST TgIxt4Pa No.29130 Reply
>>27827
Any of you folks going to Dagorhir's Ragnarok next week?
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Hannah Nindlemadge - Fri, 06 Sep 2019 05:48:54 EST lde2G2hU No.29294 Reply
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How much are healing potions?
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Wesley Billingbanks - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 17:03:51 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29297 Reply
>>29291
>He said, posting a MtG card from a fairy tale-themed set
Looks like we're on the same side though.
>>29294
Way too much time, resources and effort from the alchemist on the LARP. You're better off having a pet healer with healing spells ready.
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David Sishchotch - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 00:20:35 EST eQ7z+0ya No.29299 Reply
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>>29297
But no one wants to be the healer class. Diablo realise this and made healing potions ubiquitous rather than force a support role.
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Lillian Gucklepedge - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 02:42:33 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29301 Reply
>>29299
On the contrary, in LARP there are plenty of people (or dragged-along spouses) who take up the healer role to either A) actually do shit without needing a foam weapon or B) feel important as everyone who learns of their skills flocks to them like hungry pigeons to stale bread.

But potions? Too complicated for the organisers/GMs to keep track off for common use so they're put behind a wall of tasks you have to do and impossibly hard to find/get ingredients.

That said, there are a thousand reasons why I fucking loathe LARP and that's one of them.
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Albert Grimspear - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 04:07:15 EST 7Eb9nEbQ No.29320 Reply
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I wanna be the sword-wielding elven princess

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