The No-Larp Larp
The sound of Britney and Eurovision in your ears. A sip of coffee in the blazing summer sun. You take a drag of a cigarette with friends around you. One of them is cursing because they just lost the tabletennis tournament. Another one is busy summoning a rubber duck. You don't know why and you don't want to ask.
Not a single larp workshop in sight. No character sheet downloaded to your phone. It is time.
They are monster hunters. They kill vampires, werewolves, demons and all the other terrifying creatures of the night. They don't do it because they’re the chosen one. They don't do it because it's their duty. They do it because working one job just doesn't cut it for a millenial in these trying times.
They take contracts using iHunt, an app which freelance monster hunters use to find profitable prey. It's like Supernatural meets Uber,
Buffy meets Airbnb, and sadly, Blade meets Fiverr.
Their story is about making ends meet, about economic anxiety, and about what a person's willing to do to pay the bills and survive. It's equal parts horror, dark humor, slice of life, and social commentary.
More coming soon...
At A Harvest Dance, different Fae kin assemble in a traditional celebration of their existence and might over the human imagination.
With humankind struggling their way out of superstition's grip, the Fae folk must find a way to restore their influence - or cease to exist. For sense and reason are what ends the magic of stories and with it, the era of the Fae.
1 & 2 - Oct 2021
3 & 4 - Oct 2022
Forever and a day is an homage to everlasting nights, to friendship and family. It is a small low-budget game about a coven of witches recuperating from a big loss brought upon them by inner conflicts and feuds.
It is aimed to empower and to look for new beginnings, to flourish and rise again, together. It is about putting the dark times behind you and looking upon a new era.
1 & 2
You have long yearned for it.
Our lungs are smoke, our feet stomping on the ground to the pulsating base like the heartbeat of a thousand stories,
a thousand ideas bursting aflame in
bright beams of neon and glitter.
We write the year 1983 and
the Emerald City welcomes you.
A Midsummer Disco - A queer 80s Fae LARP