Aggregate larp rules are a type of code that runs on humans. Code can be thought of as a linguistic form that is both declarative and imperative; it is both truth and command (Buswell 2009). In aggregate larp, elements of the game's diegesis are rendered codic, or playable, allowing players a degree of autonomy from game staff.
The Reality Code: Interpreting Aggregate Larp Rules as Code that Runs on Humans 
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The Reality Code: Interpreting Aggregate Larp Rules as Code that Runs on Humans 
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Aggregate larp rules are a type of code that runs on humans. Code can be thought of as a linguistic form that is both declarative and imperative; it is both truth and command (Buswell 2009). In aggregate larp, elements of the game's diegesis are rendered codic, or playable, allowing players a degree of autonomy from game staff.
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