Dissatisfied with Larp? Here’s what you can do about it!

If you’re here, you are probably unhappy with your gaming experience for one reason or another.

Perhaps you are disenfranchised because your game has changed to where it’s nothing like when you first started playing.

Maybe you’ve realized that you spend a lot of time and money on going to events, only to feel drained afterwards.

Or maybe you’re at the point where your larp activities take as much energy as a part-time (or full-time) job.

Before you spend one breath on venting at your game’s next social event, dive into saltposting on Facebook, or quit larp alltogether – take 30 minutes to go through my latest (ok, first) interactive creation:

The “How to Quit Your Larp (Experience): Personal Assessment Guide

Let’s start this journey – It’s easier than having to back-pedal on social media!

Let’s get this out of the way
really quickly and as painlessly as possible

 

“How to Quit Your Larp (Experience)” is not for everyone. It just isn’t. And I am 100% ok with that.

So if you believe self-assessment is for losers

You like to steep in salt and cynicism instead of seeking solutions

You aren’t ready to get a solid sense of how much time and energy you want to devote to game (vs your real life)

You are not willing to spend 30 minutes assessing your larp life

No hard feelings, I still love you but this is not the thing you are looking for.

But…

If you are a larper who isn’t 100% satisfied with their game but doesn’t know what to do next

And you want to FINALLY stop feeling powerless in your personal experiences and learn how to assess and take action

Then heyyyy you…take a walk with me. I have something you’re going to LUURRRVE.

 Get your copy of this guidebook and start taking charge of your larp life!

How to Quit Your Larp (Experience)

In just 30 minutes, you will work through your history, thoughts, and impressions around gaming so that you can not only make decisions regarding your level of engagement going forward, but also be better able to voice your views to others within the hobby.

  • Reflect upon your First Feelings about larp so that you can better understand and acknowledge the role that larp filled when you first started playing
  • Journal Your Journey from then to now to see how both your life and gaming experiences have evolved
  • Explore what is going on in the present so that you can Know your Now and see how larping may be impacting your personal life (and vice versa)
  • This all leads to Forging Your Future by examining multiple options regarding your level of engagement in gaming so that you can pick the path that is healthiest for you.

Who is this person?

I’m Jessica Karels, business nerd and recovering larp community organizer.

I use my 15 years of experience to help you manage the boring or uncomfortable aspects of larping so that you can go back to focusing on creating collaborative storytelling experiences.

More about Jessica

Where do you go from here?

You can either continue as-is and mindlessly spend months (or years) in a hobby that frustrates you and sucks away at your time and cash like (like a temporal vampire)

or

You can spend a half hour identifying your personal pain points
so that you can take action to improve your situation.

The choice is yours!