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Stumbling into Exeter

Stumbling into Exeter

As someone who tends more towards telling fantasy stories, I honestly never expected to be into Vampire: The Masquerade as a game setting. I’m not entirely sure why I never expected this given that I’ve been fascinated by vampires since I was in high school and took a copy of Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire out of the school library on multiple occasions. Never mind that that book probably shouldn’t have even been in my high school’s library and…

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LARP YouTubers I Love

LARP YouTubers I Love

After I attended my first official LARP in 2018, I fell in love with the hobby. It was mostly due to a lack of finances and then a move that I was unable to attend others more locally, although the goal is still to do so one day. However, leaving that game left a bit of a hole in my heart that I found I had difficulty filling. Fortunately for me, there was YouTube. Even better, I discovered there was…

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Finding LARP and Stories You Love on TikTok

Finding LARP and Stories You Love on TikTok

After my post yesterday in which I talked about using TikTok to LARP during the height of the 2020 pandemic, I had a couple of people tell me that while they used the app, they were having a difficult time finding content like what I was describing in that post (aka story tags or actual LARP). And honestly, when I heard this, I realized they were right. Finding that sort of content isn’t easy, especially if you’re new to the…

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LARPING in a Pandemic

LARPING in a Pandemic

I’d be lying if I tried to tell you all that 2020 wasn’t a strange year. A global pandemic shut down most of the world. Face masks became a part of our daily lives. Major events and conventions were canceled. As a fledgling LARPer, it was the last one that hurt the most. I had planned to look for a local LARP group to join in 2020. However, the pandemic took that away, not just from myself, but from every…

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