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The Last Song

RPG system: LARP
Participants: 125 players

Organized by

Avalon Larp Studio

By

OrganizerKol Ford (Norn, Arbiter of Here and Now)
OrganizerClaus Gajhede (Jarl, Arbiter of Location & Logistics)
OrganizerOle Risgaard Hansen (Jotun, Arbiter of Crew)
OrganizerMartin Rydberg Hedén (Arbiter of Sustenance)
OrganizerKjell Hedgard Hugaas (Guardian, Arbiter of Safety)
OrganizerHalfdan Keller Justesen (Creative Lead)
OrganizerLaura Sirola (Evil Overlord, Arbiter of Production)
OrganizerMartine Svanevik (Norn, Arbiter of Fate)
OrganizerSagalinn Leo Tangen (Norn, Arbiter of Yore)
OrganizerKarijn van der Heij (Creator, Arbiter of Characters)

Description

The Last Song is a larp (live action role-play) set in a fictional setting inspired by the late 10th century Viking Age history. The larp seeks to balance the authenticity of a historical setting and a high level of player agency to create an immersive experience.

The event’s hundred and twenty five participants will portray Viking Age characters of the northern clans joining together at a grand þing (Thing), to decide what they should do about their king’s questionable actions. Gatherings of this size bring celebration, challenges, and spark conflict. Throughout the larp the characters will be swept up by clan politics, whilst needing to ensure their family honour is upheld. Some will fall in and out of love. They will test each other in trials of strength and wit, tell tales and sagas, unravel secrets and lies, and perform rituals and offerings to the Norse deities or to the new God. The central themes of the larps are the faith and culture of the Norse in the Viking Age, the feuds and conflicts between and within the Norse clans, and the end of that world manifested in the cultural crisis between the old ways of the Æsir and the new ways of Christianity.

Runs

13. - 17. May 2020, Yxengaard, Hirtshals [cancelled]
26. - 30. May 2020, Yxengaard, Hirtshals: (Ny dato)

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