Hi! This is a static copy of the larpresume site (geeky shout-out to the command 'wget' for making this easy!). We had to move webhosts and I'm working in the background to try and get the site back up and functioning. Until then, you'll be able to read what's already here but won't be able to edit anything.

If you want to see where I'm at with getting the dynamic/live site up and running, feel free to take a look at live.larpresume.boldlygoingnowhere.org .

The Always Winter
@ 2 p.m.
Brookfields Scout Camp, Wainuomata, New Zealand

Run at Hydra 2019


by lee patrick

This is a story about the end of the world.

At some point, it became inevitable. The first bomb was launched, then the next, and the next, and within a few days the radiation clouds had spread, and covered the world. Those who survived retreated to underground silos, to live out our lives beneath the surface.

With no way to contact other silos, we formed our own societies, our own rules and laws, our own ways of living.

We estimated it would take 200 years for the radiation to clear enough to make radio contact with the other segments of humanity.

That was a story about the end of the world.

And this is a story about what comes next.

The Always Winter is a segmented LARP, divided between regular role-playing and fable-telling, about culture clash, moral dilemmas, and the stories we tell to understand each other.