Custom snoods are their specialty. They work in cotton, silks, wool, linen, and metallics. These can be beaded with a multitude of different beads from resin to glass to semi-precious and precious beads.
Threads of Damocles was conceived with the idea of offering an exceptionally broad background of play and a wide variety of scenarios. It was also designed with the idea that many different needs both in terms of areas of play, and in terms of the need for participants to be involved, write, and be part of the ongoing campaign could be accommodated.
The store will be moving to Central Square in Cambridge, MA in March 2006. The new store will feature a space available for live-action roleplaying events.
Join over a thousand gamers in the summer of 2006 as they participate in the largest Live Action Role Playing event in the country. Intercon NorthEast will featuring over 60 LARPs of every conceivable genre packed into an incredible 96-Hour national extravaganza!
Further information including historical background and character creation rules will be available after the end of March at http://www.turtleshellprod.com/void.
Join the role-playing and LARP events at Origins and get in touch with your inner elf and your inner vampire, spy, magic user, rigger, fringer, and investigator, too!
If the rest of your family prefers something else, Origins offers more than 2,950 other events including board games, trading card games, miniatures, seminars, and anime, plus special tracks for spouses and teachers.
In the Dark Times is a full length, theater style faerie LARP set on a small island off the coast of Scotland during the 8th century.
Maon is a small Fae village. It is not a particularly powerful or important village and the noble rulers are often away. It is noteworthy because there is an open trod here and it serves as a sort of fae crossroads. The village belongs to the Autumn court and has stayed out of the war between the Summer and Winter courts currently raging across much of the British Isles.
In the Dark Times will be played September 8-10, 2006 at Gammons Land near Kempton, Pennsylvania.
Intercon Mid-Atlantic is a Convention dedicated principally to Live Action Roleplaying. IMA focuses on presenting quality LARP in an intimate setting. We pride ourselves on being a premier venue for novel and experimental work, and having a very heavy attendance by GMs involved in the ongoing creation and production of Live Action Roleplaying.
IMA is also a very informal and social convention, featuring parties, panels and a general "Con Suite as LARPer Living Room" environment.
Pyrates will be a weekend long freeform to be held Nov 17th - 19th 2006 at the West Retford Hotel.
Pyrates is being presented by UK Freeforms
The 1948: Signals campaign is winding down, but they're still looking for Non-Continuing Characters and Crew for the upcoming events.
The MIT Assassins' Guild is a Live-Action roleplaying society that runs several real-time, real-space roleplaying games every semester. We also run Patrol, a high-action game of dart gun combat every Saturday night at 8 pm in Building 36 at MIT in Cambridge, MA.
Altered Realities Campaign is live action horror roleplaying set primarily in the 1920s with games within the story arc that might occur in medieval times, the wild west, or the present. ARC uses Live Combat, immersive settings, quality props, costumes and makeup to create a truly frightening enviroment to enjoy. ARC features weekend long games throughout the MD/PA/NJ area. Please check us out. We'll be happy to horrify you.
The Live Action Roleplayers Association (LARPA) is a non-profit organization that exists exclusively to promote live roleplaying (LARP) around the world. LARPA does not run games, and does not promote any one system, group, or type of event. LARPA supports and promotes all live roleplaying, and LARPA members come from many different groups, backgrounds, and types of event.
LARPA promotes live roleplaying by providing schedule information to make it easier to find an event or group to participate in, and works to educate the general public.
LARPA also works to build the live roleplaying community, providing a place for everyone involved in running, organizing, promoting, or just participating in live roleplaying events to network, discuss and learn from each other. One of the principal activities of LARPA is licensure of the INTERCON name for LARP Conventions.