Those which pledge on campaign can name figures, get seats or have exclusive occasions. Two exclusive rooms for four men and women have offered for $1, 800 each.
A new player attempts the woman hand at spellcasting (John-Paul Bichard)
The 180 'students' in the four-day events, which very first went in November 2014, receive unique robes, wrap and college publications before taking part in a carefully-planned online game which everything of a wizarding school, from spellcasting classes to spirits, is brought to life as "Czocha College of Witchcraft and Wizardry".
But two in the offing events in April will be the College's last-in the Harry Potter universe, as Warner Bros own the copyright laws towards man wizard.
Claus Raasted of the Danish LARP organisationwhich works the faculty of Wizardry as a not-for-profit occasion with Polish LARP group, , told the Telegraph that he he has already been talking to Warner Bros since first contacting them in December after the volunteer-run College of Wizardry attained global popularity.
"They were very nice, and provided united states a special one off authorization to complete the two planned April activities, but asked that people produce an account world of our very own for future university of Wizardry LARPs, " he states.
In a disclaimer in the April events' Twitter pages, the group say that as the experience of future events will remain the exact same, and continue to occur at Czocha Castle, you will see "no mention of Muggles, no Quidditch and no Hogwarts".
The statement adds: "The Czocha College of Wizardry will stay more or less the same though – the houses, fine art, traditions, record an such like tend to be our own creation, nevertheless fictional globe we play in will change."
Each LARP occasion stops with a grand ball(John-Paul Bichard)
Raasted is certain that fans of Harry Potter's realm of secret will go back to the latest events, especially considering that the earlier sold-out LARPs have never followed the "real" Hogwarts's style.
Czocha university of Witchcraft and Wizardry has its own college homes – pupils join often Durentius, Faust, Libussa, Molin, or Sendivogius – and built its own story life, rather than attempting to transplant Hogwarts to Poland.
A Czocha "ghost" (John-Paul Bichard)
"Magic features always drawn united states, and then we're very confident that College of Wizardry can live on without having the Harry Potter relationship, " states Raasted. "it will be different of course, and several of this Potterheads who thought 'I must go!' will likely choose not to today.
"alternatively, just about every man culture has secret within their myths and legends, and there are lots of tales of contemporary magic that people can draw inspiration from. A few of Piers Anthony's stories, the essential secrecy associated with Vampire: The Masquerade setting and films like Percy Jackson and Sorcerer's Apprentice are superb places to check, to obtain a feel for exactly how succesful the idea of 'contemporary secret' is."
Raasted added the new College of Wizardry will be an important step from their previous occasions: "Several of us have operate modern-day-magic LARPs before, but nothing with this scale, " he said.
The April activities will be smaller fan occasions to round off the Harry Potter show, nevertheless the November activities may be "flashy", Raasted says: "We're looking at the alternative of sailing moments throughout the larps, making use of another castle for many occasions many fireworks and blitzy material."
Raasted states the team is wanting at a castle near Gdansk which was available "for years", but is secretive about their particular additional options: "we don't need tip-off the sales people and then make all of them raise their rates!"
There's absolutely no term about what JK Rowling thinks about the College of Wizardry: "Rowling don't react after all, " claims Raasted. "we have heard nothing, either officially or informally. Hopefully she actually is happy, but truthfully don't know."