Lore and behavior during the game
We have been doing The Fallout LARP for several years, during which crystallized certain lore that supports the atmosphere of postapocalyptic world and we demand all players to respect that.
This includes in particular the presence of physical contact between the players. This occurs especially during a melee combat, but it also occurs outside of it.
During the game, you can get into a situation where someone, for example, pushes you against the wall, constrains you, restricts your freedom or imprison you. If you are in captivity, fall into slavery or undergo interrogation, people may not treat you politely, they may insult you or verbally attack you. Please keep on mind, that it is only happening In Game (IG), none of this is personal attack towards you. In extreme cases, you can use Yellow Alert or Red Stop.
The most crucial aspect of the game is probably the death of a character – as can be seen in the General rules.
In general, though, if you want to kill someone, you should have a good reason to do so. Nasty look or lack of manners are not a good reason. Self-defence or power struggles, on the other hand, would be considered a good reason. Although death is commonplace in Wasteland, try to keep it as a last resort.
Your character may die suddenly and without prior warning, so make sure you have second character ready.
Continue to the next page Stereotypes supporting the game.