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Izgon larp updates, The Monitor Celestra, and larp videos!

Izgon (or: The Exile) preparations are going great. Sign-ups are over (or are they really?), the rules, setting and all characters have been written and sent to players. A little bit more preparatory work, and it will be all ready to start this Sunday morning! (If anyone who signed up didn't get the rules or the character or has any questions don't hesitate to contact me) Some people might be on Istrakon or Sunčev Kotar which will happen on the same weekend... That's all addressed in the larp design :)

And some news from the worldwide larp scene. "The Monitor Celestra", the high-budget Swedish Battlestar Galactica larp we already wrote about (and probably the most hyped larp of this year, worldwide) finished its third (and last) run the last weekend, and it was well received. Read the out-of-character and in-character recaps of the second run by Thomas Be, a French larper living in Switzerland, check out the Celestra site and the movie below to get a glimpse on how it was (edit: and hear the report from Claus Raasted):

If that's too sci-fi for you, here's also a recently-released trailer for the Swedish larp Krigshjärta:

And a nice video from "LazyLarper" Martin (from The Larp Group) explaining how to do larp knuckles (if you're doing them in Croatia where we have a distinct lack of knuckles on our larps, make sure they're OK on a larp you intend to use them on):

I found all of these videos quite inspiring, and I hope you will too :)


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