HRAJ LARP 2013 – Never Let Me Go
This is a fragment of an article from old blog. It was modified during the transformation of this website.
February is still around and I’ve already visited three larps hosted by HRAJ LARP. I won’t wait until the end of the year to write a summary (as I did for the year 2012). I’ll be writing little by little with every larp I shoot. I wrote about all the events in the last year and by doing it I’ve found a way how to write whenever it’s needed.
To write an article was sort of a problem for me – and you must have seen it. In the last years I’ve wrote around seventy five articles and each time it was time consuming and I needed specific conditions to write, and even then I was still forcing myself to write. It’s different now. When I wake up, I’ll go to a cafe, order a cup of something good, play Van Morissons into my headphones and before the first song ends I’m already writing. So to write an article is not the slowest part of my publication process anymore, now the most time consuming part is the post processing. To select and fiddle with the RAWs in Capture One , export the selected ones and then put few final touches in Photoshop.
In any case I’ve already documented three larps this year:
A brand new larp inspired by the eponymous book of Kazuo Ishiguro – don’t read it before playing this larp. This game is mainly conversational, so there isn’t much to look at, at least until emotions come to the players faces – and they will, a lot.