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Hyped about Smrt japanskog cara premiere tomorrow...

Tomorrow I'll be premiering my one-shot larp "Smrt japanskog cara" (Death of the Japanese Emperor), and I'm strangely excited about it. It's some sort of creative trepidation, as I'm hyped up to see what will come of it in two runs that await me tomorrow. Last weekend was the playtest (which was quite positive), now the real thing comes - tomorrow we'll have many important "firsts" in Croatian larp.

It'll be the first time three larps will be organized in a single day - Krvomeđe and two runs of Smrt japanskog cara.

Smrt japanskog cara itself will be a first - first Croatian one-shot larp written for a small number of people and short runtime, and designed to be replayable.

The first run at 17:00 will also be the first larp in Croatia where women are not in the minority - of 7 players signed up so far, 4 are women. There is still one last spot available at the time of writing - first one to sign up gets it!

And finally, this larp will get completely released to public - another first in Croatia. Versions in Croatian, English, and descriptions of first three runs (which will get updated in the future as larp is run several times). And all game documents to allow you to run Smrt japanskog cara by yourself, or modify it to your own preferences. You'll get everything - I'll keep no secrets for myself.

I also added a new page here - My larps. Over there all the larps I created so far, or which I co-organized by being significantly involved in the creative process. I guess it will make them easier to track.


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