We Went To Hell and Back…For Charity

We had a lot of treats, tricks and a few scares for the week of Halloween. The staff at Real Women of Gaming couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate the scariest time of the year then with charity. We strove to help our troops and veterans by partnering with Stack Up!

The week started off strong with Crymson Pleasure and some ghost hunting in Phasmophobia. Iris the Keyblade Master took us into Tuesday with Return of the Phantom. Wednesday we had a double header of Dragon Age Origins with Jenngad and then Dead by Daylight with our special guest Prince Rili. Our favorite KinkedNitemare took us on a journey with The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes. Friday was another day of double scares with Vanri the Rogue playing Forewarned and Salty Hylian playing Back 4 Blood. Vanri then kicked off Saturday with more ghostly fun in Phasmophobia. Then we rounded out the night with a family Dead By Daylight stream. Iris worked with those meddling kids in Scooby-Doo: Classic Creep Capers. The crew of Malhaven wrapped up the week with a special Halloween edition of our TTRPG.   

Things were eaten. Laughs were had. There were a few scares. Mostly though we had a lot of fun. We celebrated Halloween together for a whole week with you! 

We raised $330.00 throughout the course of the week. We are proud that we got to raise money for this organization. We did also hit some incentives along the way. I will be writing three articles about a random slasher killer. We will also have the triumphant (?) return of a Gaming Against Sobriety so keep an eye out for more information about that. 

Thank you for all of your help! Thank you for hanging out with us. For supporting us through a week-long charity. This support is a key factor in us being able to do the things we do. We hope you had a frightfully good time. We sure did.  

So for now I will slink back into the shadows. Perhaps we will meet for more ghastly games next year. 



Published by thiathebard

Lover of games, writer of articles and member of Real Women of Gaming. Thia the Bard has been writing from a young age and has always been a fan of the fantastic. She grew up playing video and board games. She loves trying different table top and role playing games. Thia is a proud geek and member of many fandoms. She is also interested in cosplay and Steampunk. Thia is a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism. Time not spent gaming or running around in garb is usually spent writing. Always keep sparkling!

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