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This weekend: Hangout, Krvomeđe and your last chance to participate in Izgon larp


Yup, it's that time of the month again. Time for the third Larp Group Hangout! This time it will be about a touchy subject: drugs and alcohol. Which is quite fitting as April 20th is a cannabis day in North America. Also, in a very interesting turn of events, this has just recently been discussed in some larp circles here in Croatia. It should be quite interesting. And as always, there's a live chat on Youtube to answer any questions you might have. It will be streamed live on Larping.org channel this Saturday at 5 PM central european time (11 AM for east coast Americans).

Unfortunately, we haven't been able to get our regular larper, Callie. So we've got another person as a fourth member of our panel for this month. His name is Tom Miller. The rest of the crew is familiar - Kaza Marie, the Larp Girl who's organizing this Hangout, Martin Straarup (Larp Forge/Lazy Larper), and yours truly. If you missed our first two panels, here they are:



On Sunday, there will be standard battlegames on Krvomeđe. From what people have announced, it seems it will have a good attendance. Spring is here, and unless it rains heavily (knock wood) everything should be fine and with far greater attendance than it had this winter.


Last, but not the least there's Izgon larp ("Exile"). It's currently running, and has been running for almost four weeks by now. Just over one more week and it's over. Stuff has happened that I did not believe to be possible, and it's just about to enter its final week. There's still a chance to be a part of this game world in some way - you can still sign up here. This link will work until Saturday evening. Then it will be taken down, as well as the entire site which will then be remade into its new form - it will remain forever as the documentation center of this larp, of which a significant amount of text has already been written, for everyone to research or try to recreate...

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