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Phase Games in Czech

In Knutepunkt 2009 Jana Jevická and Tomáš Kopeček held a presentation about the history of larp in the Czech Republic. Rather surprisingly they started their history lesson during the First Republic (1918-1939), long before Dave Arneson and Gary Gygax commodified role-playing activity into Dungeons & Dragons, generally considered to be the starting point of role-playing games. I have interviewed Kopeček to learn more about the subject. The Czech case is interesting as it shows how games that look like larps, pervasive games or even pervasive larps can evolve not just from role-playing games or theater, but from the scout movement.

This article was originally published: Pervasive Games: Markus Montola, Jaakko Stenros, Annika Waern: Theory and Design. https://pervasivegames.wordpress.com/2009/10/30/spotlight-phase-games-in-czech/?fbclid=IwAR2T8kBN3lCJkdVb4EBPedbh-XIloDg7GO7dU1H0qCPfX00zp3ZHQoWTOhQ

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