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Jaska 11 canceled. Airsoft larp announced.

Ognjeni Mač association's larp Jaska 11 has unfortunately been canceled. Three reasons cited for cancelation are the following: bad weather (though the forecast is better than for the last year's Jaska 9), a shoulder injury of one of the organizers (have a speedy recovery!), and emergency situation at work causing another organizer's days off work to be canceled. This means that the next Jaska larp - probably in May 2013. - will be named Jaska 11 instead.

Instead of Jaska, Maksimir 62 will be organized as a longer than usual Maksimir larp. It will be held on October 20th.

Unfortunately, that means it'll clash with Chronicles of Demgard in Hungary. The Croatian team going to Demgard is being formed, although it's rather smaller than expected - three people so far. But it's a first Croatian visit to a Hungarian larp, after they visited Terra Nova this June, and there will certainly be things to write about.

It's not the only thing clashing though. The day after, Airsoft club NOD from Zagreb plans to organize an airsoft larp on its terrain in Zagreb on October 21st. So far it looks like something of a hybrid event with fantasy larp elements and a general close future sci-fi setting. Unlike Fallout larp which was a regular larp with airsoft weapons used, from the info so far this will look more like an airsoft scenario with larp elements. If you're interested, get in touch with the Lateralus association for more info.


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