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Andi L.

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About Andi L.

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  • Birthday 06/19/1999

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    Syracuse, NY
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    Theatre, anime, fantasy, cosplay, LARPING BABYYYY
  1. I would love us to have more in-game buildings/areas. Currently, the only places to hangout that feel immersive are the two inns, the Temple, and maybe Northtown when people actually set up encampments there. Whenever NPCs need to look for people, they always start at the inns because thats where the majority of players are going to be. It would be great for immersion, storytelling, and the overall player experience to have more in-game areas. So here are my ideas for some: (Before I start, I just want to say that if KoN ever decides to implement any of these, I am more than happy to help set it up and can be reached at Andi Livingston on facebook!) GRAVEYARD (Chris Toia originally came up with this idea!) We could get sooo much use out of a graveyard. It would be a great place for people with the medium skill to go look for ghosts (and for ghost NPCs to go look for mediums!). It's a great place for any weird necromancy stuff. ALSO there could even be occasional bonus loot given to players who actually bring the bodies of dead people NPCs to the graveyard. In addition it would be a great place for players to RP, especially to mourn retired PCs. Plus general spookiness. Set up: All that would really be needed are some foam gravestones set up in an opening area. Just some general gravestones can be stuck in the ground before game starts, and anyone who wants to set up a specific grave for a retired PC or a person from their backstory can do so. (You can make foam gravestones really easily/cheaply, or you can buy ones like this https://www.amazon.com/Olgaa-Halloween-Tombstone-Decorations-Graveyard/dp/B09B7JPRG5/ref=sr_1_36?keywords=styrofoam+tombstones&qid=1650736557&sr=8-36) LIBRARY This would be a perfect addition to the game right now, since the Scholar tree was recently added! A library would be a great place for scholars to gather and talk. This would be a good spot to put a courier mailbox and maybe even a letter writing station. In a perfect world, some in-game books (rule book, world book, PC written books) would be available so PCs could check them if needed. There could even be the occasional librarian NPC overseeing it who has information about the plots going out that shift, so PCs could go there looking for info which would be fun to RP. Overall I just think a library fits in really well with the new Scholar tree and it would be so fun to have one! Set up: This could be put in one of the buildings near Northtown, or even just be a table in the Bazaar. I think for it to really work it would need to look pretty good. You'd need books (preferably game related books), the courier mailbox (?maybe?), pens and paper, candles, some decorations, and a sign. It's something that would take awhile to put together, but would be really fun to have. Thats it! Except I'd love the Bazaar to be more immersive too but I won't die on that hill. If I come up with any other ideas I will surely post them.
  2. I think a fun idea for a rp plot would be to have an NPC bard wander around looking for inspiration for songs. They could ask PCs for stories they could use to base their songs on, and in exchange the bard could give the PC some coin. This would be fun because the bard could literally walk around for an entire shift since theres no limit to stories in this game, but it would also give PCs a chance to reminiscence about past events or to even tell a bit from their backstory. (Bonus points if someone ACTUALLY writes a song)
  3. New and excited!

    Hello! My name is Andi and I'm hoping to attend KoN in October as an NPC. I've never larped before but I've been wanting to come to a KoN event for YEARS! I've read a lot (if not all) of the material available to me, joined the FB, and have watched a few of the youtube videos. I still have quite a few questions before I commit to coming this weekend. If someone could answer me that would help a LOT! First, do I have to sign up somewhere ahead of time, or just show up on location day of? Second, is there somewhere I can find some more specifics such as covid protocols and time of arrival? I've heard KoN is very beginner friendly. Will someone be there to teach me the game? I'm a little nervous about it. Thanks so much! Andi (they/them)