E THEME BY EXCOLO
index message history RSS random theme
The problems that the nerd crusaders, commonly known as "LARPers" face.
N

Hello, dears!

Could any of you tell me where to get a tent for LARPing? I’ve found a few websites but a) they’re all in euros, and b) they cost more than I’m worth

Any ideas? Please inbox me! c: 

N
The Larp Census

If you are related to LARP in ANY aspect of the word, whether you’re a PC, NPC, Plot member, Treasurer, or what have you, take the LARP census! It’s only a few minutes, and it’s actually a little fun. 

N
efccooking:

rufflesnotdiets:

rufflesnotdiets:

Awhile ago I wrote this little cookbook, and I wasn’t totally sure what I wanted to do with it, but recently I decided to go back to school and I need to raise money so I self-published it for kindle. From the book description:
In this little book I try to imagine the sorts of things hobbits might make for their many meals, and to have on hand for the unexpected guest. I stuck with foods that are relatively simple to make, but are made more delectable by such simplicity. In the spirit of hospitality I include a number of vegan recipes, or adaptations, and instructions for making any recipe gluten-free, because hospitality means everyone having something they can eat. You’ll learn to make such treats as Beorn’s Honey Cakes, your own jam, the best ever waffles, perfect fried potatoes, and all points in between. As a special bonus this book includes a knitting pattern for a tea cozy worthy of Bilbo himself.
Please consider buying it (it’s only $2.99!) if you love hobbits, pastries, or helping out poor students. It’s available on all the Amazon mirror sites if you search by title or click, here for the US site, the UK site, the Canadian site, or the Australian site

Reblogging for the night crowd

In case you’re looking for a few more recipes (/to support a great blogger).

efccooking:

rufflesnotdiets:

rufflesnotdiets:

Awhile ago I wrote this little cookbook, and I wasn’t totally sure what I wanted to do with it, but recently I decided to go back to school and I need to raise money so I self-published it for kindle. From the book description:

In this little book I try to imagine the sorts of things hobbits might make for their many meals, and to have on hand for the unexpected guest. I stuck with foods that are relatively simple to make, but are made more delectable by such simplicity. In the spirit of hospitality I include a number of vegan recipes, or adaptations, and instructions for making any recipe gluten-free, because hospitality means everyone having something they can eat. You’ll learn to make such treats as Beorn’s Honey Cakes, your own jam, the best ever waffles, perfect fried potatoes, and all points in between. As a special bonus this book includes a knitting pattern for a tea cozy worthy of Bilbo himself.

Please consider buying it (it’s only $2.99!) if you love hobbits, pastries, or helping out poor students. It’s available on all the Amazon mirror sites if you search by title or click, here for the US site, the UK site, the Canadian site, or the Australian site

Reblogging for the night crowd

In case you’re looking for a few more recipes (/to support a great blogger).

N

kin-gifts:

Fairy Fae Ear Wings, $12.75

fae accessories, anyone?

N

Creating characters is literally SO MUCH FUN.

I have a bad habit of writing short stories instead of little character backstory blurbs. That’s one of the cool parts for me; cause I get to see this character fleshed out COMPLETELY. 

Do you guys have any tips and tricks for character creation?

N

mostlylarp:

ain’t no party like a LARP party

'cause a LARP party don't stop until half the staff is asleep and the other half is fucking up the entire plot with 5AM “genius” ideas, someone has a sleep-deprivation breakdown in the middle of an encounter, and someone else takes 5 headshots in one fight

N
Brace your elves.
N

larpbulgaria:

National larp, 2014