Community, diversity, resilience
|Designer: Jamie Harper (UK)|
|Number of participants: 8–14|
|Duration: 3 hours|
|Genre/style: Nordic-influenced, abstract, physical|
|The presenter feels that this larp IS suitable for young people aged 16+|
About the larp
In two remote, other-worldy places, two groups of individuals find a clearing and establish communities. Over time, as the environment evolves and changes, the communities are challenged to adapt in response to an unstable world. This is a larp about resilience, cultural diversity and the possibility of working for the common good.
Content Warnings: The use of balloons.
Jamie Harper (UK): Theatre director, play designer, performance researcher.
|Communication style||Lots of speech|
|Characters||Players play facets of a personality, or something else that is human but less than a full character|
|Narrative control||The shape and direction of the story is entirely, or almost entirely, determined by player choice|
|Transparency||There are predesigned secrets that the organizers will have from the players|
|Representation level||The fictional space looks very unlike the play space, but players will use their imaginations|
|Play culture||Players are in rival factions, teams, etc, which are in some sort of competition for success|