Dunedin's annual larp convention.
An NZLARPS project is a larp-related project organised by a member of the society. The organiser has complete creative control. The society lends support, funding, equipment and expertise to the project. The society will own any resources and profit created, so that they can be re-used for future projects.
A project does not have to be a larp event, although many are. Other examples of projects include the annual larp convention Chimera and various community gatherings.
We encourage projects to provide a discount to NZLARPS members, and to extend that discount to dependent children where young people attend.
For advice on running a project in Wellington, see here (external link) .
Exile is a brand new fantasy LARP campaign inspired by Fairy Tales, Avalonian myth and Tales of Arabian Nights.
Post-apocalyptic campaign inspired by the computer game Fallout
A swashbuckling larp of romance, espionage, and heroic adventure where fortune favours the bold!
The first step is to get some feedback on whether the idea is sound. You will get constructive feedback from the community. This step is optional.
2) Download and complete the Project Definition form [DOC, 31 KB].
3a) If you are outside of Auckland, download the Financial Projection spreadsheet [XLS, 22 KB] to complete.
3b) If you are in Auckland, choose either the Auckland-budget-template.xltx [XLTX, 37 KB]to download and complete, or if you prefer, go to this googlesheet (external link) version (external link) and Make a Copy.
To download the documents, right-click the link and select "Save As..." then save the forms on your computer. Open the forms and fill them in with the project details and finances. You only need to fill in a budget if your project requires funding. Contact the society President if have any questions or need help filling in the form.
4) Email your forms to the firstname.lastname@example.org or your regional committee Director.
This is your formal request to create a project within NZLARPS. Attach the Project Definition and budget to your email. The President or regional Director may contact you to discuss your project and offer advice.
5) Discuss your proposal at the next committee meeting.
In Auckland Committee meetings are held once a month, contact your regional Director for details. We recommend going along and discussing your submission. The proposal will be approved or declined by a committee vote.