We believe in stories told by a group of people, stories where every player is the protagonist and responsible of their own experience. There are no supporting characters. But we also believe in player´s participation for the creation of their story.
We aim for you to live an experience. To be in your character’s shoes during the larp: to laugh, to cry, to get angry just as they would, and to get back home safe and sound.
We commit to safety ethics.
NotOnlyLarp as an organization commits to work only with individuals and organizations who share these core values. For our current and future projects, every crew member is required to sign a commitment to these core values.
Safety first: people are more important than the LARP.
This will not change. Our Safety Rules will be always as clearly phrased as possible and available to everyone.
We do not accept any type of discrimination.
That includes, but is not limited to: LGBTQIA*-phobia, racism, sexism, classism, ableism, ageism and religious discrimination.
We stand with victims and protect them and their privacy.
Listening to the victims and handling their information confidentially is one of the main pillars of the trust between organizers and community.
We stand with minorities.
There might be issues we don’t recognize immediately, but we strive to educate ourselves on them, so the input and feedback of members of minorities is invaluable for us and deeply appreciated at all times.
We listen and learn.
We can make mistakes but we do our very best to handle situations. We understand we are not experts in all fields therefore, we try to listen and learn from players and ask consultants.
Thanks to Nina Teerilahti, who drew the hands for the “Ok Check-in” technique.
Thanks to the House Canariensis, EntreRevs and the Spanish larp community for their help and advices.
Thanks to Laura Kroger for her help.
Thanks for the pictures to Kai S. Fredriksen and the models: Bjørn Sem, Anne H. Demian, Valentina the Black Pearl, Stephanie Dubois and Sonya Lynn.