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Paul Graham Raven

It is tempting to view the wildly different natures of Stateside boffer larp – the rubber-swords-in-the-woods ...

Paul Graham Raven

Larp's roots run deeper than Dungeons & Dragons. In her book Leaving Mundania, Lizzie Stark traces the development of larp from its origins, the nascent form of what Bruce Sterling likes to call the military-entertainment complex: immersive historical pageants thrown by medieval royalty, often at immense expense; prototypical wargames for training the officers of ...