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Elysium 10 - and local larp news

A total of 16 people took part in last night's Elysium 10 event. It was sort of a big deal - Elysium went to double digits, it was the 15th Camarilla Agram larp so far - and it marked the instance of the first character death in the series so far, following a period of intense drama and planning. The plot thickens - both the PC and NPC plot, from this event and the online role-play - and it's really building up towards this Saturday's major Vampire event - Camarilla Agram: Chapter 3. I'm pretty excited about it, to be honest. It's gonna feature a lot of players - new, old and even a few visitors from other cities and countries.

And it's not the only thing happening this weekend. This Sunday is a battlegame day at Krvomeđe, the Croatian Amtgard chapter. Expect it from 3 to 5 PM.

You would expect next week to be off, due to Easter - but no. Thursday is the day for Elysium 11. And Friday will feature the meeting for the upcoming Terra Nova 2014. Both will take place in the Zlatni Medo pub. If you're nearby, join us :)

And one important announcement: U raljama zvijeri has been postponed until May 27th due to weather and attendance issues. Which means you can still make it :) Also check the facebook event here for more info (in Croatian).


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