NEW PLAYER RESOURCES

 

Welcome to the wasteland! We’re really excited that you’re interested in joining our game. We’ve put together some resources to help you get started on your character, review our game setting, and learn what to bring to your first event.

Join Our Next Event

Our next event is Friday, April 7 - Sunday, April 9 at EastWind Castle in Trenton, SC. Learn more about this event and RSVP today!

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Creating a Character

Nukelanta has lots of options for creating your first character. Learn more about races, factions, professions, and more.

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Player Factions

Nukelanta has many in-game factions. You can join an existing faction, or you may create your own.

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What to Bring

Not sure what to bring to your first Nukelanta event? Don't worry - we've got you covered.

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COMMON QUESTIONS

What is Fallout Nukelanta?
Nukelanta is a fully-immersive Fallout LARP set in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Atlanta, GA (and surrounding areas). We are a heavy contact melee and nerf blaster style LARP.
Who can play at Nukelanta?
Anyone! At your first event, all new players must sign a liability waiver. Minors are also allowed to play, but must have a waiver co-signed by a parent or guardian. We also ask that for safety purposes, children should not go unattended at any Nukelanta events.
Who can play at Nukelanta?
Anyone! At your first event, all new players must sign a liability waiver. Minors are also allowed to play, but must have a waiver co-signed by a parent or guardian. We also ask that for safety purposes, children should not go unattended at any Nukelanta events.
What is Fallout Nukelanta?
Nukelanta is a fully-immersive Fallout LARP set in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Atlanta, GA (and surrounding areas). We are a heavy contact melee and nerf blaster style LARP.
What fighting and weapon styles are allowed at Nukelanta?
Foam weapons and nerf guns are allowed, but must be put through a safety inspection before they go into play. Our LARP follows the safety and damage rules of Dagorhir battle games. You can read more about these guidelines in our rulebook, or on Dagorhir’s official website.
Does your LARP need non-combatant roles?
Yes, please! Non-combatant characters and NPCs are integral and add a special element to all our events. You can play your own original character, or you can volunteer to NPC. Non-combat NPC roles include shop vendors, player registration assistants, traveling merchants, reporters, wanderers, and more. Get creative!
What fighting and weapon styles are allowed at Nukelanta?
Foam weapons and nerf guns are allowed, but must be put through a safety inspection before they go into play. Our LARP follows the safety and damage rules of Dagorhir battle games. You can read more about these guidelines in our rulebook, or on Dagorhir’s official website.
Does your LARP need non-combatant roles?
Yes, please! Non-combatant characters and NPCs are integral and add a special element to all our events. You can play your own original character, or you can volunteer to NPC. Non-combat NPC roles include shop vendors, player registration assistants, traveling merchants, reporters, wanderers, and more. Get creative!
Where are your events hosted?
Our large three-day events are hosted at the EastWind Castle venue in Trenton, SC, just a two-hour trip east of Atlanta. We also occasionally host smaller events closer to Atlanta (usually at airsoft/paintball fields).
Are your events accessible to players with disabilities?
Yes! It depends on the venue we are at, but most of our large events are at EastWind Castle, where there are plenty of buildings, flat paths, and clearings for wheelchairs, canes and other mobility devices. Assistance will also be happily provided to players with vision, hearing or cognitive disabilities.
Where are your events hosted?
Our large three-day events are hosted at the EastWind Castle venue in Aiken, SC, just a two-hour trip east of Atlanta. We also occasionally host smaller events closer to Atlanta (usually at airsoft/paintball fields).
Are your events accessible to players with disabilities?
Yes! It depends on the venue we are at, but most of our large events are at the EastWind Castle venue in Aiken, SC, where there are plenty of buildings, flat paths, and clearings for wheelchairs, canes and other mobility devices. Assistance will also be happily provided to players with vision, hearing or cognitive disabilities.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES