Infection : Homestead
Infection : Homestead
This event is a full-immersion survival horror game that uses spring powered air soft props and padded boffer props to represent real weaponry. All participants are REQUIRED to wear at a minimum safety goggles that will withstand impact from an air soft prop. Air soft safety glasses or impact resistant glasses are preferred. Lab goggles, sunglasses, or ski goggles are not ideal. There will be approved goggles for sale at the door of the event. Survival horror content may not be suitable for all audiences. Ages 18+ minimum to PC, 16+ for NPCs with explicit parental permission as well as Game Staff approval.
October 20th to 21st at Camp Denison
Infection : Homestead
Hours after the wail of sirens and gunfire filled the air as the greater Boston area erupted into chaos you find yourself on an evacuation bus northbound on I-95. The driver is cursing at the traffic and mutters about there probably being a crash ahead and decides to take a detour through Georgetown. You think back to where you were before your phone lit up with the emergency notification “EMERGENCY ALERT: RAPIDLY SPREADING OUTBREAK OF UNIDENTIFIED CONTAMINANT FROM MIT LABS. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER.” Videos on Facebook showed people stumbling through the streets and attacking anyone in their way. You’re terrified. Wherever you were you were lucky enough to be directed by a police officer to get on board the bus that was taking people out of the city. You didn't say no to a free ride.
Someone else questions the driver if taking a detour is a good idea. The driver responds not to worry that the “Primary Wave” would take about 9 hours to reach where they are. You fall back into your own head thinking about what you so rashly left behind. Did you make the right choice? What the hell is even going on? Clearly if the state is using evacuation buses there's some sort of large emer… Your train of thought is cut short as you here the driver curse loudly. The tires screech and next thing you know you’re upside down as the bus flips.
This event is a full-immersion survival horror game that uses spring powered airsoft props and padded boffer props to represent real weaponry. All participants are REQUIRED to wear at a minimum safety goggles that will withstand impact from an airsoft prop. Airsoft safety glasses or impact resistant glasses are preferred. Lab goggles, sunglasses, or ski goggles are not ideal. There will be approved goggles for sale at the door of the event. Survival horror content may not be suitable for all audiences. Ages 18+ minimum to PC, 16+ for NPCs with explicit parental permission as well as Game Staff approval.
Following purchasing a ticket you will receive an email containing the gameplay guide that will be used for the event as well as a link to a google form asking for some information about your character so our Game Staff can get a better idea about who you plan on playing and what your characters story is.
Note: This event takes place in the Infection world at the same time as Infection 1, but we will be assuming Infection 1 happened in 2018 instead of 2012 to prevent anachronisms. Any current events that occurred post October 20th 2018 are very likely not to have occurred, shy of weather events or natural disasters.
Standard Registration valid from August 1st to October 12th - $60
At Door Registration, placement cannot be guaranteed- $80
All payments must be made through our online storefront here. If you are in need of special payment arrangements, please contact the office at email@example.com ASAP.
(Keep in mind that we will have a store at the door where you my purchase safety goggles and other themed offerings. Cash and credit card accepted on site.)
All participants must fill out an Event Registration Form - it will launch after adding this product to your cart.If not already a member, please fill out appropriate Membership Form: Youth or Adult.
84 Nelson Street
Georgetown, MA, 01833
Enjoy 44 acres of woods and trails, lake side view, use of lake for swimming and rafting, and, rustic lodge.
Site includes: Main lodge with fireplace, with heat, electricity. Mess hall and den, camp sites, cabins, outdoor fire pit, flushing toilets, outside showers and running water.
No kitchen access is provided, meals are not provided, water will be available in the Lodge and outdoor fountains
You can only bring what you can carry. We recommend a backpack, sleeping bag and perhaps a hand bag. Think like your only taking carry-on onto a airplane. You will need to carry your gear into and out of this event. This includes food. Heated blankets or small space heaters are recommended. We will have water provided at sites but recommend you bring your own water bottle or similar.
All staff members are CORI/SORI checked and have 4+ years of LARP experience with First Aid, CPR, CERT, EMT certifications and more among them. For further information on staff, see here.
Theme camps are groups of participants who will be entering the game with a common theme and adding a creative contribution to the event and the community. Examples include camps that provide food, music, entertainment, protection, etc. to others. No services provided by theme camps may cost real world money, but they are welcome to barter/charge for in-game goods and services. To register as a theme camp leader, please contact the event organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event check-in will be on Saturday, October 20th, at 12:00 p.m. Late arrivals may have to wait to be check-in by staff members and are not encouraged.
Event check-out will be on Sunday, October 21st, at 12:00 p.m. Late departures are not allowed, please be prompt with exodus.
All payments are non-refundable, you are purchasing a ticket to an event. This event will run rain or shine.