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    Exploit Your Senses In LARP: Sound

    It is my belief that a great LARP experience is when you, and those you are interacting with, are fully immersing themselves into their character and story. That is why I’m continuing my five-part series that encourages you to put each of your senses to use to fully embrace what you’re doing. Today we’re moving on to Sound.

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    Exploit Your Senses in LARP: Sight

    Let’s talk about each of the senses and how you can exploit them to the next level for a truly wonderful LARP experience. For this first part of the series I’d like to discuss something that is possibly one of the most important senses to a truly immersive LARP: Sight.

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    Welcome to Divide By Maple!

    Let me be the first to invite you in and show you around to my newest site. Take the time to read this and see what is going on here.

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    Darkwood Alpha Review

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    Ethical Journalism and Shady Businesses

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ESYL - Sound Banner

Exploit Your Senses In LARP: Sound

It is my belief that a great LARP experience is when you, and those you are interacting with, are fully immersing themselves into their character and story. That is why I’m continuing my five-part series that encourages you to put each of your senses to use to fully embrace what you’re doing. Today we’re moving on to Sound.