Join Justin & Anne-Marie on the Something Wicked Tour, and immerse yourself in the spirit of the tour with a little meta-game.
Follow along as they try to complete their own set of Tour Schemes over the next few weeks. Similar to your goals in The Village Crone, they will have to achieve the objectives on the Scheme Cards to score those points. Will they be able to score a total of 13 points before the last tour date? Stay tuned and see as we share these little extras with you!
Up first is a series of schemes in the Boston area. If you see them out and about, say hi, but don’t distract them from their purpose, they want to WIN this tour!
Schemes on Deck:
1 Point: RIDE WITH THE DAMNED – Take the “Trolley of the Doomed” Ghost Tour
1 Point: CONJURE A FAMILIAR – Spot a Familiar in the Cambridge Village Green
2 Points: PAY RESPECTS TO THE ACCUSED – Visit the Salem Witch Trials Memorial & Visit the Salem Witch Museum
They will be providing proof of their Schemes on social media with photos and videos, so watch our YouTube Channel, Facebook Page, and Twitter & Instagram accounts for details.
(For bonus points, you can play along… share your experiences with any of the events/situations on their scheme cards – or make up your own! – through social media. Tag your posts using #SomethingWicked!)
At Fireside Games we LOVE Halloween! Like, REALLY LOVE Halloween.
For our fearless leaders, Anne-Marie & Justin, it is a time to deck the hallowed halls with an elaborate Halloween display in their yard and throw a big party for their friends with costumes and special themed foods.
For Kris & Maureen it is a time to break out their mad costume and prop skills and the best time to shop for home décor they use year ‘round. Kris’ obsession with black cats is highly rewarded this time of year with all sorts of themed goodies and Maureen is basically made of sugar so the candy options are of particular interest to her in October.
Today we are going to feature Justin and let him share one of his favorite costumes & memories from a childhood Halloween. We invite you to share yours with us in the comments below.
“My 1979 Jawa costume was my favorite one as a kid. Obviously, I was nuts for Star Wars and wanted to be a Jawa. My Dad spray-painted a Casper the ghost mask black and then attached two small, red led’s to the mask. They ran off a 9 volt battery that I kept in my pocket all night long. My Mom sewed the entire costume including the sash which had little boxes of stuff attached. The hood was done with Velcro so I could get it on and off easily. Continue reading Justin’s Jawa Halloween