LARP is an acronym for Live Action Role-Play. In the context of WAGDIE, the term refers to Roleplaying a Character across platforms and sharing the Forsaken Lands with all.
WAGDIE characters can be brought to life on multiple platforms, extending the reach of the Forsaken Lands. It is up to each individual, how much they wish to commit to their character. For this example, M3rl1n, one of the most extreme cases to showcase abilities and share ideas.

Character Identity

Twitter profiles allow one to edit their Name, Bio, Location (as well as update PFP and Banner images). One can simply change their Name to a character identity on any account and/or create a new account and commit both their account name as well as visible name to the character.
Attaching an ENS domain to an account, is completely optional and there is financial costs involved as well as the commitment to associating a wallet with the ENS domain. https://ens.domains/ and https://app.ens.domains/ for those who wish to proceed. ENS Documentation
OpenSea's Featured items allow one to organize their landing page to embrace the LARP and make one's profile organized and better abled to embody their character. Example: 0xM3RL1N profile

Discord Server Profile

Nitro is completely optional, but allows one to customize their Server Profile individually for each Server instead of across the entire platform for a fee. Discord itself is free and one can edit their PFP, Name/Bio, and Banner across the entire platform with no cost.

LARP Delivery/Storytelling

Twitter Thread + Pinned Tweet Approach

Use the Pinned Tweet feature on Twitter. Label and number each entry. Keep format consistent. Example: The Journal of Young Merlin & Knight of Despair's Entropy Journals

Audio & Video Drops

The story of Julian can be found @laertesEmmanuel on Twitter and showcases many experiments in storytelling from Video drops with Audio, Text and images to Silent Video with Text.

Puzzles, Riddles, & Contests

Decrepit Guild & Coven of Detriti tend to focus on creation and arts. They are also tricksters (and sometimes in a generous way) as the above example follows the main accounts workflow of rewarding puzzle-solving with tokens of concord.

Highlighting & Building with Lore

𝔒𝔯𝔡𝔞𝔢𝔲𝔰 𝔱𝔥𝔢 𝔖𝔠𝔯𝔬𝔩𝔩𝔨𝔢𝔢𝔭𝔢𝔯 has a unique approach in their LARP by highlighting lore and events that are taking place and creating an in-character meta for the documenting of such things. Similar and a next level approach to what KingofFling and the Concord of Research Guild.