There will be two different sleeping areas for in-game and off-game sleeping, which we will assign depending on the number of players choosing to sleep off-game. Since there is no shift system in place and the sleeping hours will be the same for everyone, each player will have an individual sleeping spot assigned. In the in-game sleeping area, people will be divided by in-game race (Keplian, Deimian, and Rhean); there might be slight adjustments to this if there’s a player in need of a bigger mattress or has other accessibility needs.
There will be 5 shower containers (with 3 cabins each) that will be separated by player gender. 2 containers will be reserved for non-male players, 2 for non-female players, and 1 for non-binary players.
It will be first come first served, but all sign-ups during the first one hour will be considered the same, so it is not a click war. If there are too many sign-ups during the first hour we will make a raffle considering:
A dozen spots per run are already reserved for helpers to this larp, fellow organizers of other larps, and other people.
We will cast characters depending on your answers on your casting questionnaire that you will receive after signing up.
You will receive a character concept some months before the larp and a closed character sheet less than two months before the larp. Our plot writing team will design all the plots and relationships of your character.
The location has an area of more than 11.000 m2 on two floors. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
There is no need to have a good athletic condition to play the larp. There is no need to have good hearing or eyesight either.
All scenes are opt-in and there will be no in-game consequences for not playing a scene.
If you have further questions and want to play the game, please contact us, and we will do our best at firstname.lastname@example.org.
X Red marks are bus stops to/from Bilbao airport.
Also, Bilbao center is not that big, and according to locals you can go everywhere walking 15-20 minutes. Highlighted area in this map is what’s considered “city center” and walking from side to side should take 25-30 minutes tops. By the way, red crosses mark the location of bus stops to/from the airport.
If you arrive to Bilbao before the scheduled date, we’ve checked the following info with locals about hotels.
This hotel is located near the airport but we don’t have real references (and might not be the best option if you want to visit Bilbao)
Reasonable prices, good quality, not far from the bus station (where you can get a bus to the airport)
DISCLAIMER: We don’t endorse any hotel and we can’t guarantee anything regarding them, we just asked a few friends about their personal experiences and city knowledge.
You can get more info about what to do in Bilbao at tourism city website here.
The Exhibition Pavilion of La Magdalena is a recently improved multipurpose space situated in Asturias (Spain), looking like a hangar and built on reinforced concrete and glass.
The new building now has over 11000m2 of usable area in a 30000m2 plot, including a newly soundproofed auditorium, an 8000m2 diaphanous space and several rooms with capacity up to 220 people.