How would you feel as an ancient god trying to make a living in the XXI century?
🔹 shocked or pleased by the environmental change?
🔹 annoyed or delighted by the possibilities of the Internet?
🔹 fresh like a baby or bent under the weight of time?
⌛⚖️ Time-travelers from the future report that the Earth was destroyed due to supernatural agency. They came here to reverse those mistakes and they dispose of technology far stronger than the ancient gods ever had. You have only two options: adapt or perish.
Welcome to the World of The Forgotten Gods.
🔱 A new LARP designed by Nausika Educational Foundation.
🔱 It is a game in which 25 players rediscover the space of their city as fictional characters, each one playing a deity from ancient mythologies. They will walk in small groups, solve quests, uncover hidden parts of the cultural heritage, explore uncommon urban locations, interact with the locals and try to get a better understanding of their needs.
🔱 The gods are divided between their professional (Nature, War, Wisdom, Love, Death) and historical (Norse, Greek, Celtic, Slavic, Egyptian) loyalties, so every player will get a chance to betray the old comrades and join new alliances, but don’t worry – the World Mechanic Corporation will make sure that the laws of physics and good taste are not broken.
🔱 The Game was designed in Kraków (Poland), but can be played in any European city, or even in few cities simultaneously. It has a print and play scenario with instruction for facilitators who can adjust the quests to their particular city. It can be played for pure entertainment or for the purpose of structured learning experience. It is designed to be played safely during pandemic times, as the players will move in small groups and keep the communication online.
🔱 The Game was designed as part of the MA thesis written by Amy van der Zee for the Programme Sustainable Destination Management of Uppsala University, Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering.
🌍 „Fortitude: larp for climate” – a larp game about the climate catastrophe
🎓 by Nausika Educational Foundation and Fridays For Future Poland
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⏱️ 1,5 – 5 h
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