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Goblinstadt, Hamburg

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  • Our son celebrated his children's birthday here. The next day he was invited to another children's birthday party and they were back here and the children didn't get bored.
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  • In addition: If even the wife and girlfriend leave the commercial district only after repeated requests and under protest (this is what the peaceful area is called in the Goblin city), since she still has a puzzle to complete and would like to level up, the Organizers probably done something right;-) It really is a great experience for all children who can do something with the fantasy or knight theme (from about 6 years or if they are powerful for reading). From our experience it excites even (or even) children who otherwise like to sit "in front of the dadting box," because the principle of constantly improving their own equipment or character is not dissimilar to some computer games. The Goblinstadt divides into the areas of inn (gastro or place for trading raw materials), commercial district (peaceful area to puzzle & level up) & mechanic district (combat area with monsters that can attack. There are also puzzles to solve here). The puzzles are very creative and ask for reading (very good for "reading eyes"). The character class is warriors, healers, villains and magicians. Each class receives different physical (!) Equipment: For example, the warrior receives armor parts and weapons, the magician, for example, a magic light, the rogue keys and the healing associations. The light is essential for solving the puzzles, as it is very chummy everywhere. The warrior can protect the group in the mechanic's quarter. The healer then heals the wounds (thus giving life point back in the fight against monsters) and the rogue opens locked doors and chests. So teamwork is required when solving the puzzles and fighting. Our two guys (6 and 8) are always happy when they go back to Goblinstadt and you get new equipment or skill sides. Especially recommended is the adult game, which takes place regularly about every 3 months. You can be a child yourself and sniff out role-playing or LARP air. The staff is very nice and helpful and with visible enthusiasm in the matter. The prices are very fair and the pizza is delicious. Since the areas are constantly being redesigned or something new is being added, it will not get boring even after dozens of visits. Great for parents is that you don't pay admission to the gastro (and the coffee is free!), but only for the actual play areas. Since you log in here before entering the play area and logged out again when entering the gastro, no play time flutes if you want to drink or eat a little. As a nice pastime for the parents in the gastro, the lively trade in "raw materials" (the currency for expanding one's own game character) is to be mentioned. So you always have other children at the table over a coffee who want to get the raw materials. This is also a lot of fun and is also another (instructive) part of the experience for the children. All in all, a very successful and well-implemented location.
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  • Awesome place for the kids. Not too expensive and loads of fun. Live action roleplay 👍🏼
  • Meeeeeega cooooool
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