I’ve been participating in The Storymaster’s Tales Online LARP since it’s maiden adventure late last year. Last night I was honoured as a moderator in The Storymaster’s Tales Interactive Theatre Facebook group. Thank you. As a celebration, I have now added a page to my blog devoted to it, and highlighting what they do and what we as the players get up to. If you are into interactive adventure , rpg , larp , or even a fan of the old television classic Knightmare then check out my page http://www.jamsplace.co/walraven
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Larping has recieved a significant smash in the chops due to lockdpwn rules. Personally, the closest I ever got to Larping was cops and robbers, or am-dram productions with a youth club I attended as a boy. So is there a way to get round this? Yes! Oliver McNeil, creator of the incredibly popular Storymaster’s Tales boardgames Weirding Woods and Dracodeep Dungeon, has created an interactive webcam based format, where Larpers can create there own character and explore the multitude of locations in his ever expanding Grimm-esque universe. With encounters of wizards, witches, monsters and magic, this thoroughly absorbing static larp experience draws you straight into a cooperative adventure with dozens of other characters.
The production levels of this visual interactive phenomenon are high, and many people have compared the experience to the old Knightmare TV series from the 80s. My own character, Half-head Harry, is a Thief who is usually handy to have onside when sneaky skullduggery is relied upong to progress the story. Being new to Larping, I can say its easy to get into, and more experienced Larpers are always happy to help you out if you stifle.
While the world of outdoor social RPG is at the mercy of covid 19, I strongly recommend to anybody who like LARP, RPG, D&D and all other immersive live action co op games to check it out. Search for Storymaster’s Tales Online LARP group on Facebook today and have a chat with some of the members about joining in this incredible gaming delight. Ages 14+
Have you ever read an adventure game book and wished that was you walking through the Dungeon, dodging monsters and traps? Ever watch #Knightmare and think, “I could do that”. Well now you could!!!
Legend Photography’s lead man Oliver McNeil has just launched a Kickstarter campaign to help you get involved with his upcoming project, Legend Quests, Fantasy Dungeon Adventures.
As well as backing from the UK gaming industry’s top man…co founder of GamesWorkshop, Fighting Fantasy and father of Tomb Raider Ian Livingstone MBE , Legend Quests also boasts narration by Tom Baker (4thDoctor), Jonathan Green (author of Pax Britannia, Fighting Fantasy and upcoming Alice’s Nightmare In Wonderland) and illustrations from the incredible hands of Malcolm Barter.
Check it out, and don’t forget to view the Rewards page to see how you can help back this incredible project.
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