Live action role-playing allows you to take on the role of a fictional character, or a dramatised version of a historical person. You will act out this assumed persona within the confines of the story.
Live action games can be compared to improvisational theatre, where each of the participants is free to act on themselves, guided by their interpretation of the character they are playing. Although costuming and elaborate props are not a necessity, they are often employed to create an authentic atmosphere.
Many of the events we organise are elaborate 'free form' plots, where the games consist of discussions, plotting and emotional immersion.
Game mechanics are in place for handling difficult situations, but for the duration of the game you become the person you are portraying seeking to complete your objectives.