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Dear readers

This is not just any other article. This is my call to you, dear readers. I made some calls before - among others, I asked you to start a larp and realize that every larp you're on is your game.

I wrote larp reviews, I wrote about larp theory, I wrote of my personal experiences as a larper, and I wrote about other related stuff.

I'd like to invite all of you to the comments section of this post. Share your thoughts and your opinions on this blog, what you like and what you don't like. Ask me questions. Tell me what you'd like reading about. Or just drop in to say hi.


  1. Hi!

    Personally I liked those articles which were about the Croatian larp scene or your own experiences the most - larp history, reviews of events you've been on, local larp news and stuff.
    And the cold weather larping tips. I'm spamming it everywhere where the issue of cold weather comes up.


  2. Hey,

    I love the blog, keep up the good work. I've already forwarded a couple of your articles to my friends, especially those concerning starting your own game. Seriously, keep writing, the whole thing is pretty cool.

    Maaaaarko Zaaaaadro

  3. Great articles, great dedication and attention to details, and a lot of fun. Suggestion: even more articles on different subjects! Don't hesitate to write about anything you come across. Keep up the good work!
    Vuk ;)

  4. Just keep up the good work and write whatever you enjoy writing :)

  5. I love your reviews of larp events the most :) They are incredibly personal, and at the same time, so professional ;) Personally, I would love to read more about topics such as meta-gaming and character immersion (and I love when you write from the perspective of your characters ;) But that would be the psychologist in me talking ;)), but if you continue your blog just the way it is now, it would still be awesome :)

  6. You give a personal-perspective kind of review to every larp event, wrapped up in original writing styles. Personal opinions give a better and more realistic 'big picture' about larp communities and larp happenings.
    I respect your effort, and please, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

  7. I enjoy the larp theory articles the most ;) It seems to me there's never too many of them, especially since I'm kinda a beginner, and just like reading about stuff before i 'immerse' myself totally into something.;)
    Though, the reviews are fun as well, and especially important for some of the larps I'll probably never see in person (international ones in Europe, etc.)
    Thanks for writing.;)


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