larp

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LARP

(lɑːp)
n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a type of role-playing game in which each participant assumes a particular character and acts out various scenarios at events which last for a predetermined time
vb
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) (intr) to participate in such an event
[C20: from l(ive) a(ction) r(ole-)p(laying)]
ˈLARPer n
ˈLARPing n

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It was widely acknowledged during their collective youth that nothing was nerdier than playing Dungeons & Dragons, with the exception of LARPing (live action role playing).
This makes for an action-packed and often hilarious first-person narrative as Lawrence finds himself, almost against his will, going cold-turkey sober and creating bonds with Spencer, a male cheerleader, and a plain Jane who turns out to be a hot Renaissance warrior maiden when she is LARPing.
The activity of Dagorhir is very similar to what outsiders call Live Action Role Playing or LARPing, but members of this group reject the term for a number of reasons.
Malaby and Green (2009) concluded from their study of a similar LARPing group that the context is "not far different from traditional arenas of masculine identity performance such as the playing field and job site" (p.
Called LARPing, participants will be expected to let their imaginations run riot while they explore what could happen in a real-life terrorist attack in Newcastle.
I did larping in the forest for 10 days with a Master Larper from Sweden who was paid by his Government to encourage this form of art.
For one, I feel like this focus tends to obscure (perhaps even belittle) production that still occurs with X-Acto knives and glue sticks, knitting, LARPing in a local park, and so on.
Gook goddess Felicia Day reprises her role as Charlie the lesbian hacker on Supernatural and kicks butt, makes LARPing cool and even gets the girl in the end--huzzah
CHARLTON - With howls of glee and the banging of swords on shields, the Wolfspit tribe of orcs triumphed over the inhabitants of River's Edge in the ongoing saga of the Realm of Requiem's LARPing event yesterday afternoon.
A: It wasn't until 10 years ago that my brother introduced me to LARPing while he was working with a production team writing an elaborate science fiction work that required 45 players.
Matar (43), Kuerlare (18), Loliang (29), and Larping (25) and 142 additional bumas had the following needs: