Happy Easter weekend folks - and whether you celebrate or not, here's a special present for you: Izgon RPG.
It's a Fate Accelerated-based tabletop RPG system, based on a realistic, pervasive ARG-ish larp, but it also has a larp conversion into another style of larp (a homebrew Fate conversion with alternative resolution system, not unlike Vampire). Larpception!
OK, it's not really finished - but what is written is publicly available now, and playable so you may consider it a form of open beta. If you're a theorycrafter, playtester or just an opinionated person and you have any feedback on it, it would be most welcome. And if you have any content submissions - especially adventures or such - they would be especially welcome.
Speaking of larps, to the left you'll find a photo from yesterday's Elysium 11. I was not able to attend it due to a family situation (which makes it... first Croatian Vampire larp so far I didn't attend), but it was visited by a total of 16 people. The game was ran by Ivan Kalinić, who's otherwise an assistant GM on Camarilla Agram.
And some international news: Kristin Brumley, whom I Internet-knew for a while before I met her in RL on ConQuest (I've linked a few of her videos a couple of times), has released the first episode of her new larp webseries, Basic Adventuring 101. Enjoy!