Posts Tagged With 'science-fiction'

A Thousand Stars and No Home

15
Mar
A Thousand Stars and No Home
“We have been let into the dock. The spacecraft is coupled to the gate, which is dented with obvious traces of meteors and repairs. The crew goes and comes, they greet each other, just outside the airlock some of them are talking to each other, they joke with each other, laughing and ignoring us. Human traffickers. We communicate in bad intergalactic and information is sparse. We know that we are going on a hard journey, and that we have paid a lot of money to people we don’t know,...
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Larp Review: Last Will – Second run

02
Feb
Larp Review: Last Will - Second run
Foreword : this article was originally written in French and intented to present the main features of the game to the french-speaking audience, as well as highlighting what were, in my opinion, the incentive behind painful roleplaying. Some aspects of this article should therefore be read keeping this cultural bias in mind. The second run of the international Larp “Last Will” took place in Stockholm from the 2nd to the 4th of January 2015. This Larp displays modern slaves in a gladiator...
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Larp Review: Crisis

27
May
Larp Review: Crisis
Original post : http://www.electro-gn.com/471-critique-crisis Translation : David Brosselin I had the opportunity to play the “Crisis” LARP held on 5 & 6 November at St. Paterne Racan (37) by the association Dreamcatcher, traditionally more skilled in scripted Airsoft than LARP. In this context, Dreamcatcher was widely supported by the always debonair Stéphane Chapuis, who took over writing the game. This note is less a criticism about a given LARP than a more general...
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Larp Review: Jedi Knight 2.4

15
Apr
Larp Review: Jedi Knight 2.4
Original post : http://www.electro-gn.com/474-critiquejediknight2-4 Translation : David Brosselin and Bruno Cailloux   The association Wargs wrote and organized three Larps in the Star Wars universe. The Jedi Knight series, 1, 2 and 3, who will soon have a younger sibling since episode 4 is in preparation. Before you sink into confusion, please note that these Larps are not consecutive. As a matter of fact, they have no common characters, the position in the Star Wars timeline is different...
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