A New NPC in the LARP - TG
Lee had never been to a LARP, and he was pretty nervous when Kevin, one of the guys at his weekly D&D game, suggested he join a local group. There seemed to be a lot to learn and despite his fondness for tabletop games and roleplaying a character, he wasn't sure he could act out live combat. Besides, his costuming skills were terrible.
Kevin didn't let up though, and so, after a few weeks of cajoling, Lee reluctantly agreed to attend the next major session as an NPC with Kevin's assurance that he'd sort everything out. There was always a shortage of background characters - shopkeepers, city guards, sidequest giving bar patrons - costumes were provided, registration was discounted, and if you weren't particularly suited to combat you wouldn't be expected to take part... or to survive more than a few minutes before being cut down by one of the heroes.
Soon it was time for one of the big meets that happened every few months. The two guys packed a tent, camping supplies for three night