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PanoptiCorp, part 2: When Now Is Too Late

June 24, 2013


This is the second post about PanoptiCorp. The first was about personal experiences, so it actually makes more sense to read this first to get some context for the first one. PanoptiCorp was a larp about a dystopian┬ámarketing company with all the worst parts of capitalism. Everything and everyone was on the line of not […]

PanoptiCorp, part 1: the Soul of a Corper

June 17, 2013


Warning: this is long, rambly, and has no context. I will write a part 2 with more context, when I’ve had some time to process what I experienced. My flight left Denmark before I had time for a proper debrief, so this is also me pouring out my thoughts on my character. I noticed afterwards […]

Jeepform scenario, iteration 2

March 29, 2013


I ran a simple jeepform scenario based on Reservoir Dogs a few years ago. I recently became interested in larp again, partly because of Monitor Celestra. Inspired by my experiences in Celestra, I started rewriting the jeepform scenario again. I still don’t have a proper name for the scenario: I called it Reservoir Hounds the […]

Portaikko (Stairway)

August 24, 2010


I acted in Juhana Petterson’s participatory art installation, Portaikko, last weekend at Imatra Human|Culture art-festival. It was exciting, since I haven’t done anything like it before, but still familiar enough from previous larp-experience. The amount of participants wasn’t spectacular, but easily enough to feel like a success.

For all I know, you’re the rat

May 27, 2010


Reservoir Hounds was a success, at least with some criteria (and some post-game lie). The game ran for less than an hour, but that wasn’t surprising as I was quite sure we wouldn’t hit the two-hour time limit we had. The concept of the game was simple: Reservoir Dogs turned into jeepform (if you haven’t […]

Of theory and practice

February 28, 2008


A discussion I had with some local rpg-players got me thinking about the history of rpg-theory in Finland. The best known of theories was the one based on the text known as the Turku School Manifesto (it was displayed online not long ago, but I can’t seem to find it anymore). It meant that for […]

Apocalypse & Gehenna

November 25, 2007


Kouvola Chronicle is finally (and regrettably) over. Now for the traumatic recovery.