Ognjeni Mač larp association - situated in Zagreb, Croatia - has received a sizeable donation of old theatre clothes from HNK (Hrvatsko Narodno Kazalište - Croatian National Theatre), and is giving it away for free to every larper who shows up this Sunday at Ognjeni Mač's regular meeting place, on Trg kralja Petra Krešimira IV in Zagreb. If you're nearby and looking to improve your larp clothing, get there.
The following 15 rules (warning: strong language) were written some years ago in Great Britain, and have been pretty much generally accepted on the British larp scene. Especially popular is rule 7 - widely known by its number and commonly considered to be the most imortant rule of all (and I agree). Even the biggest British larp forum has taken Rule7 as its name. The rules have been originally created by the Drunken Monkeys and edited by Rick Wynne who added some extra stuff in the explanations to make them more understandable to international audience (it still contains some British larp lingo though), more work-safe and to throw in his two cents. (copy of the original wording is available here ) 1. Don’t play a mighty warrior; play a warrior and be mighty. Don’t label your character. As soon as you say that you are the best swordsman in the land someone will come along and kick your ass. Just get into the mindset of the person and role-play it out. 2. No one cares about you