Do Larp was one of the first collections of runable larps, in the book it was called blueprints. This book was made in connection with the 2011 Knudepunkt in Denmark and was accompanied by two other books Think Larp and Talk Larp, which you can also find in our collection.
From the back-cover:
“This book is an experiment and a challenge.
We need a way to document larps that encourage common reflection on why and how we make larps we do. We believe that from sharing thoughts and tools among larpwrights will come even greater games inj the future.
The descriptions in the book are called blueprints to distinguish that they are design documents outlining the core designs of a larp. Emphasis is on the story, setting, game mechanics and specific designs that makes the larp unique.
We are still searching for the best way to blueprint larps in a short and orderly fashion and this book contains thirteen worthy suggestions.”
Edited by Lars Andresen, Charles Bo Nielsen, Luisa Carbonelli, Jesper Heebøl-Christensen and Marie Oscilowski.