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Mad about the Boy

Front page for Mad about the Boy

(AKA: &Eva)

RPG system: LARP
Participants: 25-31 players


✏️Tor Kjetil Edland
✏️Trine Lise Lindahl
✏️Margrete Raaum

2010, Trysil, Norway

OrganizerAnna-Karin Linder (Norwegian runs)
OrganizerMorgan March (Norwegian runs)

2012, Laren, Netherlands

OrganizerJane Starz (Dutch run)

2012, Camp Cedarcrest, Orange, Connecticut, United States

OrganizerEmily Care Boss (American run)
OrganizerA.A. George (American run)
OrganizerGeorge Locke (American run)
OrganizerJeramy Merritt (American run)
OrganizerSarah Miles (American run)
OrganizerLizzie Stark (American run)


PDF Scenario [English] (4.2 MB)


Mad About the Boy is a larp about survivors of a global disaster that killed more than half of humanity; an inexplicable disease killed everyone with a Y chromosome in mere minutes. The surviving women face not only the enormous task of rebuilding society, but also the possible extinction of humanity.

While the graphic novel Y the Last Man by Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra inspired the world of the larp, the game does not use any characters or storylines from the graphic novel. Our story follows a group of women who have applied to an insemination program initiated three years after the disaster. As sperm has become a very precious resource, only a few women will be given this privilege.


28. June - 4. July 2010Trysil, Norway: Two runs, one with all female participation and one with a mixed gender group
February 2012Laren, Netherlands: All female run
5. - 7. October 2012Camp Cedarcrest, Orange, Connecticut, United States: All female run

Referenced in the following articles

News and stuff Page 6 Issue #7 (September 2012) Playground Magazine
All I want for christmas... Page 5 #16 (December 2012) ROLLE|SPIL
Nyheder om rollespil Page 10 #17 (Februar 2013) ROLLE|SPIL
Ska' DU på sommerscenarie? Page 16 #18 (April 2013) ROLLE|SPIL
Spil feminin og maskulin Page 38 #18 (April 2013) ROLLE|SPIL



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