Oh, yeah, that's right: I have. Twice.
Well, it's probably no surprise then to find out that I'm also a huge fan of Fantasy Flight Games' Arkham Horror board game. And so is everyone else in the family. It's the go-to board game in our household - when we've got the stamina for it. And the space available in which to play it.
I'm also totally enamored of the idea of doing a Lovecraftian LARP (live-action role-playing, for those of you who live under a rock) game, a la Cthulhu Live. I think this concept was something I initially fell in love with upon reading the session reports of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society's live-action games. While I generally find the idea of a LARP game too "fringe" even for my tastes, I've run a short Lovecraftian LARP game in the past - and have a hankerin' for more.
But I have to admit that, even for my love of both of these things, I'd never considered doing them both together. Until I saw this on BoardGameGeek, that is:
"Arkham Horror Dress Up Night?" Oh, now that's just too cool. I wish I had thought of this. And had friends who would be into doing something like this. Or even had friends who would play Arkham Horror.
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