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It is time to write your own legend in the Wild West

The Ultime Western® is a 6 days LARP adventure set in the american Wild West.

Unique in the world, this LARP is carried out exclusively in the Fort Bravo – Texas Hollywood film studios, at the gateway to the Tabernas Desert in Andalusia, in the heart of mythical locations where the most emblematic westerns were filmed. 

Exceptional settings, movie costumes, horses, stuntmen, stagecoaches, saloons and banks ready to be robbed…
The world created by the Ultimate Western serie allows you to embody, for a couple of days, a fictional character in a fictional story in the Old West.

Somewhere in New Mexico territory...

In 1863, while east of the continent is at war, somewhere west, along the Mexican border, in the New Mexico territory, the little cattle town of LaHood tried to develop by taking advantage of the settlers on the Santa Fe Trail and the prospectors who  hope to make their fortune in the area and in neighboring Arizona where silver veins had been recently identified and look promising. LaHood was at first only an advanced military and commerce, throughout the years it developped by local ranch owners and trade along the frontier in fear of regular raids by apaches, comanches raiders and various types of border ruffians. Near the old outpost, a small town grew in a few years, built from ground and backed to an old abandonned spanish pueblo named Paso del Loco. Located not far from the Mexican border, its position encouraged trade but also all kinds of smuggling. In town, the influential families, with their LongHorn cattle, contributed generously to the development of the small town. Thus not yet incorporated, the town grows business in a wild, harsh and dangerous land. Few communication lines are passing through, keeping a link with major towns north, east Texas and West Arizona.

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