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10 Bad LARPs: C-Section
by Nat Budin, Susan Weiner, Joshua Sheena, Vito D'Agosta, Greer Hauptman, Adina Schreiber, and Andrew Zorowitz
After a multi-year hiatus, the evil creators of 10 Bad LARPs are doing it again, and this time we're going to have to make an incision. We're giving birth to another litter made up entirely of runts. Can you handle it without an epidural?
36 Degrees of Separation
by Nicholas Milano, Sharone Horowit-Hendler
A nice idyllic sailing trip...or a disaster? A simple trip goes wrong when an explosion strands the ship on a deserted island. Things aren't always as they appear.
A Midsummer Night and the Livin' Is Easy
by John Brewer, Nyren Knapp, A. Nakama, Conor Walsh, "Eager" Mike Wixon
It's summertime in 1920's Chicago; the swing is jumping and the gin is flowing easy. In the speakeasy "The Ass's Bottom," Oberon is throwing a revel, and everything was going smooth until his and Titania's son is found dead on the floor. Private dicks have been summoned to find out whodunit before the witching hour has passed. With scheming fae around, they're in over their heads, and Ariel won't shut up about cake...
A Night at the Eden Opera House
by Peter Bensch and Rita Flaherty
With the creation of commercial radio and the rise of the silver screen in the 1920's, live performance art began to fade. However, the Eden isn't going out without a fight including a few murders, a few celebrities, and some good old fashioned mobsters.
A Night at the Eden - where the past is guaranteed to haunt you.
And They Were As Gods
by Carol Young, Andrew Zorowitz, Dan Kolligan and the Foam Brain Staff
Welcome to the end of the world. After all - you've all worked so hard for it, how could you not be excited for the grand finale? Tonight, Old Mimi's cult shall meet for the final time - and complete its task of summoning things better not spoken. Fortunately, as a member, you'll have a front row seat for all the fun!
Arcana: Hammer of the Gods
by Sean Jaffe, Matt Volk, Megan Jaffe, Josh Jaffe
It's been around a year since the Chelmsford Chapterhouse of the Arcanum first opened, and a year since the extra-dimensional horror Candleflax threatened the world. Now, seasoned Aethernauts from both the 1900's and 2000's alike have begun to sally forth explore the Threshold, stumbling across the strange, savage world of Uzbekkadum Vap and the primal menace within. This story continues last year's game, so please contact us if you'd like to reprise your character.
by Josh Jaffe, Megan Jaffe, Sean Jaffe, Matt Volk
The 19th century draws to a close, a small strike force of American Arcanum magisters and their loyal acolytes have succeeded in capturing a dangerous wyrm, Sokaris, halting his rampage through the jungles of Uganda. They have returned triumphant to the port of Innsmouth and the twenty ton reptile is missing...
by I've lost the names
The first thing you recall is that God decided to give you a form. This happened a while ago. God had decided to do something BIG, and wanted to look at different aspects of the situation from different viewpoints. So God took the differing viewpoints from inside the Almighty psyche and became them.
by Alex Bradley, Dave Kapell
Camelot's Court of Love
by John M. Corradin
Courtly Love, Social Intrigue, Unbridled Passion and meticulous attention to detail hallmark this 3-hour theatrical style LARP. Players will bring characters to life from Arthurian legend. Pomp and ceremony rules the day as Queen Guinevere's Court of Love decides the fate of an accused Knight of the Round Table.
by Thomas Traina, Holly Bianchi, and Kate Farb-Johnson
It was a dark and stormy night at the Chateau Ennui, a condominium complex in the Los Angeles suburb of San Javier. The air was rank with distrust and scheming. With the recent murders of an elderly couple in one of the condos and the accidental death of another prominent resident, the entire complex is a little on edge. Even after the police arrested the men who did it, no one really feels safer.
Collision Imminent! (The Tenth Anniversary Cruise)
by John Corrado Jr., Anne Cross, Jeff Diewald, Philip Goetz, David Lichtenstein, Michael McAfee, Don Ross, Alex Thorn, Mark Waks
COLLISION IMMINENT! Can someone turn that alarm off? Please report to your assigned lifepod station immediately... Have you seen Fifi? Why does that engineer look worried? ...where a trained and friendly Imagineerium™ starship cruise line crewmember will help you... Did you hear that thump? COLLISION IMMINENT! What do you mean I can't get another Rigellian Core Meltdown to go? What am I supposed to drink while I wait? Is the air getting thin in here? ...to safely board a lifepod that will carry you to rescue in the unlikely event of an actual evacuation... COLLISION IMMINENT! Will an officer please report to the Leo Deck? Daddy? Do you know where my Daddy is? Please do not panic! COLLISION IMMINENT!
by Anna Bradley
Help serve Intercon breakfast, lunch and dinner
by Simon Deveau
Genocide? War crimes? If I had rocket launcher...sorry you don't.
We are going to settle the Darfur Conflict in four hours.
You have a problem with that?
Maybe we need to kill and rape everyone in your village...
by Graham Arnold, Clare Gardener, Sue Lee, Tym Norris
Borrowing heavily from the universe of Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Layercake and Snatch, this short and potentially rather silly game gives you the chance to release your inner East London Gangster.
Divus Ex: Greek Gods - A New World
by Christopher Cox
The age of the Greek Gods is over, before they received prayers but now they have fallen away to being characters in stories. But a whole new world has been found and the gods have left to start over.
FuzziesLIVE! - A Night In Blackie's Juice Bar
by Jim and Kelly MacDougal
Blackie the plush cat has been very naughty. She sends her minions of pirate and ninja toys out to commit acts of vandalism against their humans. Blackie may have even worse plots going.
Standing for good is Cosmo and the Justice Hug. At least the JH would stand for good, if it could only get organized enough to...well...form.
Good and naughtiness will clash at Blackie's Juice Bar.
Ghosts of Urquhart
by Tony Mitton, A.J. Smith and Sue Lee
A rip-roaring game of alternative-history Victorian science and adventure. With gadgets. A sequel to Survivors of the Naronic, but with many new characters.
by Sharone Horowit-Hendler and Jared Hite
GMing group Nameless Dreamings is running the newest game in a popular trilogy based on H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos. Of course, it's never as easy as it sounds... GM Space is a comedic partial horde game with no shame or decency.
Grimmer Tales: Jungle Book
by Will Wagner
Third in the series of Grimm Tales, the story takes place in India of the modern age in the court of the Maharajah. Mowgli and his wolves have caught an intruder into the jungle of the fables, but the traditional Indian fables think it's another of his Western inspired plots.
by Janet Brennan, Adamn Nakama, Greg Pettigrew, Don Ross, Mike Wixon
Intercon Z returns with Intercon JZ -- Jazz. Jazz is a musical form known for being edgy, experimental, and avant garde, and Intercon Jazz will provide an excellent counterpoint to the Intercon J experience with several one-hour edgy, experimental, and avant garde games.
Join the jam session and play our experimental tune.
Life at the Securemarket
by Colin Sandel
Guns! Magic! Customer Service! Life at the Securemarket™ is a lot of things, but it's never boring. Join the Lon Fon Station afternoon shift as they navigate the obstacles and pitfalls of an ordinary job in an extraordinary world.
by Lily Benderskaya and Tory Root
It's cold and dark out in space. Sound doesn't travel too well (or at all) and oxygen is a hot commodity. But for a group of escaped prisoners, desperately hanging on to a ship's tether, that way lies freedom. Provided they can keep from killing each other long enough to reach their destination.
Like Putting a Leash on a Rocket Launcher
by Haz Harrower, Adam Nakama
It's the non-apocalyptic future, and life is normal... except for E-phos, the newfound meta-humans with superpowers. Their handlers have it covered, though - god forbid an E-pho sneeze and turn the Statue of Liberty pink. Actually, the East Village might like her better that way.
by Aaron Vanek and Kirsten H.
Limbo Lounge, the hippest bar on the First Plane of Hell, is open for business.
Limbo! is a theater-style tiki-themed LARP with light mechanics, performance elements, gambling, seduction, and lots of mixed (non-alcoholic) cocktails!
by Andrew Zorowitz, Carol Young, Gabi Gladstone, Zachary Cross, and the Foam Brain Staff
Welcome to the line at Terracon VXI. Certainly there's a fantastic and exciting convention going on inside, but how would you know?
Could be worse tho, I mean, you've only spend a few hours waiting out here so far...
Lost In The Jungles of Time
by Laura Boylan and Peter Litwack
Individuals from throughout history find themsleves trapped together in an unknown place in space and time. Can you learn the secrets of this seemingly random temporal anomaly and escape to your own time? Is everyone here also trapped, or is something more nefarious afoot?
Murder By Death
by Greer Hauptman, Isabel Malonzo
Recently you received an invitation on behalf of Sherlock Holmes. But Holmes has long been missing, presumed dead. And tonight your host was found dead. Don't worry, though, the greatest detectives in the world are gathered here-- surely one of you will be able to solve this case.
by Dave Kapell
The Intercon J Operations Crew takes care of ensuring the cogs of the con keep on turning. Whether it's handing out registration packets, setting up for the raffle, helping players find games, or any of the dozens of other things that come up, Ops needs volunteers like you to make it happen.
by Phoebe Roberts
A space operatic retelling of the Wizard of Oz, where important people from all across the Oz system arrive to the Emerald Station to a tentative peace talk to discuss the implications of the war, the strange changes in hyperspace, and what to do about the mysterious disappearence of the Wizard just before the conference.
Pulp Adventures: Hunt for the Lost McGuffin.
by Stephen Tihor, Lisa Padol, Joshua Kronengold, et al
Two fisted adventurors seek to recover the Lost MacGuffin opposed by the wise and willy natives. Tropes on parade!
Redemption: High Noon at the Devil's Luck
by Brian Richburg, Alison Joy Schafer
Redemption, Arizona: home to sinners, scoundrels, settlers... and one less sheriff than yesterday. His body weren't even cold before folks started settin' up to show down. Now, in the hours before High Noon, everyone in town is fixin' to get their share of Redemption. A game of gamblin', gun-slingin', double-crossin', duelin', and a little romancin' set in the Old West.
Replaying a Classic: Final Voyages of the Mary Celeste
by Jim MacDougal
The classic LARP. You've played it before. You might have even GM'd the game. But what if it went differently? A performance of the classic game where everyone should know the plot.
by Rita Flaherty
The serial madman has struck again and you've become a victim in his elaborate trap. What will you do? Survive? Call out for help? Cry for mommy? Screwed 2 is an intense emotional trip into the psyche of a madman and another of his serial killing scenarios. Will you have the wits to outsmart him and survive? Will you be fooled by his lies? Explore the madness of Screwed 2: Phillip’s Head.
Shadow Over Babylon
by Vito D'Agosta, Eddy Karat, Susan Weiner
In Iraq, a peculiar terrorist attack has killed more than 1000 people, leaving one survivor mentally deranged. Shadow Over Babylon is a game of political intrigue and Lovecraftian horror. The game takes place at a diplomatic meeting between Iraqi officials, insurgent groups and representatives from the UN, the US and military contractors.
by Mike Young
Slash is the game of really bad internet fan fiction.
Slash will contain adult themes and situations and is not suitable for players under the age of eighteen
This is a LARPA Small Game Contest entry.
Story Wars: Episode Six - Return of the Princess Bride
by Eric Wirtanen, Kreg Segall, Cameron Betts
Welcome to Story Wars, the sequel to School for Young Women. This game is set in the far flung future and will feature famous sci-fi characters such as Han Solo, John Crichton, Scorpius, Rimmer, Jayne Cobb, Londo Mollari, Rose Tyler, Samantha Carter, Kaylee and many more. It's graduation time, so romance and intrigue are in the air.
by Marc Blumberg and Friends
It's Graduation Day - time for the annual cocktail reception, where the Headmaster schmoozes Alumni for donations, the faculty gets drunk and hostile, and the top students get to show off their graduation projects. What a time for one of the Deathtraps to go missing...
Survivors of the Naronic
by Tony Mitton, Sue Lee, A J Smith, David Townsend, Theo Clarke
A rip-roaring game of Victorian adventure and intrigue. The survivors of a shipwreck find themselves taken underwater towards an exploding volcano and a lost civilization. This is an updated version of the game run at Intercon H and elsewhere.
THE ANGRY VOLCANO GOD
by EmillyBeth Savage
A zany game of tropical scavenger hunting and scantily clad human sacrifices! Players take on the roles of traditionally annoying American tourists while they try to meet the demands of the Angry Volcano God to buy time for help to arrive.
by Ben Jones,Scott Sawyer,Jeff Holmes
The gremlin infestation threatens Sairal, who will join the Brotherhood and their stand against the growing threat? The Calling is SteamPunk themed boffer LARP for newbies as well as life long LARPers. If you ever wanted to try boffer, stop on by.
The Green Fairy
by Adrienne Gammons and Gordon Olmstead-Dean
It is the fin de siecle in the demi-monde of Gay Paree. It is a time of art, dance, casinos, can-can, and the Green Fairy rules the night. It is a world of sensual pleasure, passion, and indulgence.
The Last Seder
by Vito D'Agosta, Susan Weiner, Nat Budin, Joshua Sheena
Thirteen friends gather at the home of a controversial figure. Their purpose: to share a meal, to drink some wine, and to recall the story of the Exodus. A science fiction parable across the ages.
The Other Other* All-Batman Game
by Philip, Jennifer, and Valerie Kelley
Batman and Robin have been defeated by their greatest foes! The citizens of Gotham rise to the occasion but, even disguised as Gotham's greatest defender, can they save their fair city from the villains' nefarious plans? A farce of identities and disguises based on the camp 60's TV show.
The Road Not Taken
by Mike Young
The Road Not Taken is an experimental LARP of decisions and emotions. In it, each player will have the opportunity to take the spotlight in a scene and make a tough decision. It is a serious game of deep emotions, difficult decisions, and psychodrama using the format of 10 Bad LARPs.
The Sound of Drums
by Tory Root and Lily Benderskaya
In the distant past of myths and legends, a long-forgotten tribe of hunters and warriors live by ancient traditions little known to the few outsiders who've taken sanctuary among them. Come tell tales of discord and desire, duel and drum, together under the full moon of council night.
Tonight at Eight
by arachne8x, Colin Sandel
You're in love! You haven't ... met the object of your affection, but that will change tonight. Carrying a book and flower (so your Dear Friend will recognize you), you head to Maraczek's Cafe. Unless another couple chooses the same accessories (and why would they?), the stage is set!
Two Hours in London
by Beth Baniszewski, Peter Litwack, Laura Boylan
A Victorian game of family, and other, politics. Love, secrets, longing, and more secrets. Tea will be served.
Vengeance in Zanzibar?
by Chris Shannon and Bess Libby-Shannon
It's 1876. Six Fenian prisoners escape an Australian prison aboard an American whaler, The Catalpa. Stopping in the Sultan's neutral port of Zanzibar, an armed steamship arrives to recapture them. As this political powder keg explodes, who shall find vengeance in Zanzibar?
by Tegan L. Hendrickson, Lawrence Lee
Veteran's Day is about life, death, war, and all of those events in between that shape people. Join your fellow war veterans in the bar beyond this life to trade tales and learn about them and yourself as well.
What to Do About Tam Lim?
by Julia Bond Ellingboe and Emily Care Boss
Loosely based on the story of Tam Lin, as well as a variety of Child Ballads. Rife with murder, love, and intrigue.
Where the Wild Things Will be
by Anandi Gandolfi
Eventually every child grows up and leaves childish things behind. But just once more for his 18th birthday Max is having a party, a masquerade party, a wild Rumpus if you will. However, many years and many days across the ocean, the Wild Things have waited and watched and now they want him back. Perhaps they will go to a party.