From: animated silicon love doll (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 23 2002 - 17:41:36 MST
2002.01.23 10:04:18, Michael Wiik <email@example.com> wrote:
>Perhaps they'll be less suspicious once GPS-linked message store and
>retrieval systems become commonplace. I can foresee RPG's taking place
>in a virtual sphere overlayed on the real world. You might be tasked to
>seek the Bridge of Death, which, in Virginia at least, might be the
>Wilson bridge. Perhaps we'll get used to seeing robed mages doing
>incantations all over the place.
that's already done, although not nearly as much fun as it would be with the gps!
the problem with larping is that it tends to freak out people who aren't playing. or at the
very least confuse them, when they see people yelling about vampires and werewolves
and playing rock paper scissors at random...
this is why larps are generally at night (at least for white wolf games. besides the whole
vampire thing) and far far away from civilized areas.
cheshire morgan. we all create life, some of us with wombs,
some with smiles, some with patient hands.
we are all gods, if we choose to be.
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