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LARP event back after two year hiatus

The LARP event returns after a two-year hiatus


In southern Monterey County, people from across the state flocked to King City this Memorial Day weekend for their first LARP event in two years. “People from upstairs in Sacramento to down in San Diego. So from all over California,” said Paul Wilkins, the event’s organizer. LARPing, which is a live action role-playing game, usually consists of a different interpreted theme or story. One participant, Mathew Lister, said: “This is based on the legend of Korra or the Avatar, the universe The Last Airbender. Some people are born with the ability to fold one of the four primary elements Earth, wind, fire and water.” people represent different characters and characters. “Ethan Copitch said,” People like Ringo, our tree shredder coming out. and destroys things. You have Drax, who has arms, four legs and is a barbarian. I play Sebastian, who is a kind of Han Solo scoundrel, really a scoundrel, who goes out, but always tries to mix up a little bit of that Loxley Robin there. security protocols and that activity is really safe in the midst of a pandemic. “A lot of it is outdoors. We have a good wind that will help take the germs to other places. And then we keep that distance. So there’s a lot of fighting, a lot of that and all that,” Copitch said. He adds that after two years of absence, it is like a family reunion. Copitch said: “After all the years apart, because of the COVID and the quarantine, we really wanted to get the game back together, get everyone together.”

In South Monterey County, people from across the state flocked to King City this Memorial Day weekend for their first LARP event in two years.

“People from upstairs in Sacramento to down in San Diego. So from all over California,” said Paul Wilkins, the event’s organizer.

LARPing, which is a live action role-playing game, usually consists of a different theme or story.

One participant, Mathew Lister, said: “This is based on the legend of Korra or the Avatar, the universe The Last Airbender. Some people are born with the ability to fold one of the four primary elements Earth, wind, fire and water.

In addition, people portray different characters and characters.

Ethan Copitch said: “People like Ringo, our tree-breaker who comes out and destroys things. You have Drax, who has arms, four legs and is a barbarian. I play Sebastian, who is a kind of Han Solo scoundrel. , really naughty, that comes out, but always tries to mix a little of that Robin of Loxley.

Participants share that they also have minor security protocols against COVID-19 and that activity is really safe in the midst of a pandemic.

“A lot of it is outdoors. We have a good wind that will help take the germs to other places. And then we keep that distance. So there’s a lot of fighting, a lot of this and all of that,” Copitch said.

He adds that after two years of absence, it is like a family reunion.

Copitch said: “After all the years apart, because of the COVID and the quarantine, we really wanted to get the game back together, get everyone together.”

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