Live-Action Role-playing Notes
This is my general page of resources for live-action role-playing.
My Larp Designs
The following are Larp designs that I have used. They are often short on notes for the director or organizer, since I designed them for use by myself rather than publication. Hopefully they may be of interest anyway.
A larp set in the Firefly/Serenity universe, first run at
GenCon Indy 2007. It uses the Parlor Larp system from Shifting Forest story
A hurriedly-assembled outdoor fantasy larp that I put together for a friend's 13th birthday party.
A Royal Celebration
A fantasy larp inspired by The Princess Bride, first run at
A Hero's Welcome
A sequel to the prior fantasy larp, first run at Pacificon 2010.
A modern-day paranormal larp, first run at KublaCon 2011.
An Eye for an Eye
A larp set in the Firefly/Serenity universe, first run at Pacificon 2011.
Shadow Centurions Assemble
A 1930's larp about pulp villains, first run at KublaCon 2012.
Vikings & Skraelings: 1092
An alternate-history larp about a diplomatic meeting between Lenape ancestors and
Icelandic settlers, first run at Pacificon 2013.
Organizations & Discussion Forums
Larps in Actual Play
Published Larp Systems
Published Larp Scenarios
Alleged Entertainment Larps
A number of larps, including at least 3 released under Creative Commons.
The Book of Larp
A book of six scenarios, rules, and advice for game design by
a variety of authors, published by Interactivities, Inc.
Free Downloadable Larps
A collection of 16 free LARP scenarios from Interactivities, Inc.
Long Live the King
A live-action strategy game, including various cards, for 4-8
people created by Stewart Wieck et al, and published by White
- Nexus: Live Action Roleplaying
A science fiction scenario for 44 players by Rick Dutton and
Walter O. Freitag, published by Chaosium in 1994.
Nordic Larp edited by Jaakko Stenros and Markus Montola
A published book of Nordic larp scripts.
A series of larps now freely available for download, all for a
few hours playable with 4-8 people in a single room with minimal
The Green Book: Psychodramatic roleplay scenarios by Nathan Hook
A collection of short freeform roleplay scenarios playable by a few players in a single room.
RPGnet Wiki: LARP Scenarios
An excellent listing of LARP scenarios from a variety of sources.
Nathan Hook's Larp Scenarios
Two books of published larp scenarios.
Other Larp Links
John H. Kim <jhkim-at-darkshire-dot-net>
Last modified: Fri Feb 22 20:04:18 2013