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Sunčev Potočić feast announced

Eko selo Žumberak aka Sunčev Potočić

This year's first overnight LARP has just been announced past weekend. It will be the second Sunčev Potočić feast so far - first was held in November 2010, and you can find the full photo gallery here.

It will be held on March 3rd and 4th in Eko selo Žumberak, and it will use Ognjeni Mač ruleset (previous one used standard Amtgard). In the wake of that announcement, Krvomeđe was moved two weeks later, from March 4th to March 18th, which will put it a day after Terra Nova intro feast, which is OK since Terra Nova will be a shorter, single day event (and in a different game setting).

First Sunčev Potočić was a really nice feast, despite the fact there was some confusion on it. I had great fun on it, and for some players it was their first LARP event - it was also internationally significant, as we had some guests from Austria.

It was also rather expensive, but this year it will be significantly cheaper since both Petra (who's organizing the whole thing) and Sven (who's running Steampunk LARP there 2 weeks earlier) managed to arrange free lodging in the attic. There will be dinner for 35-45 kn (approx. 4.5-6 €), ham and eggs breakfast for 25 kn, and an open bar with reasonable prices.

And what so far looks like a rather interesting feast. First feast of the year has so far always been in-game politically significant, and there are some high tensions at the moment, so it remains to be seen how things will handle themselves.

See you there.


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