Dancers LARP Session Summaries

Curious about how our games run?  Well, every game-line is different but we can give you some basic summaries from our cyberpunk Changeling: the Lost LARP called Dancers in the Neon Dusk.  Cyberpunk is a genre of science fiction set in a lawless subculture of an oppressive society dominated by computer technology and powerful megacorporations.  The game is set in 2048 in Detroit.

Changeling: the Lost is a tabletop setting we have adapted to a LARP format.  Changeling is bout humans who were abducted by the Fae only to later make their way back through the Hedge (a borderlands between Earth and Arcadia) to return to the mortal realm.  They have the essence of Faerie within them, giving them access to certain powers.  It’s a tabletop game, originally, but we have modified the rules heavily to create a more rules-lite system.

Dancers in the Neon Dusk is a parlour LARP where combat is decided by dice with bonuses given from relevant skills and folks either describe or play out the fight through theatrical combat.  Everything else works through a simple “you spend glamour, you activate the thing,” or “you have the perk, you can do the thing.”  We even have a hacking game using a text adventure where people can look up people’s police records etc. if they get their name.

Those who are playing in Dancers in the Neon Dusk may consider these summaries to be in-game knowledge as word gets around about what happened.

You can find our session summaries in the pages below.  The links will activate as the posts go up – one every Tuesday until it’s up-to-date:

Season 1

Summer’s End Summary

Autumn’s Summary

Winter’s Summary

Spring’s Summary

Summer’s Summary

Season 2

Summer’s End Summary

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