The Meeple Madness Challenge is (Mostly) Dead!
Twenty five days. That’s all that’s left of 2016. The first annual Meeple Madness Challenge is mostly dead.
But as any good miracle man knows, there’s a big difference between mostly dead and all dead. In this case, that difference is twenty five days. That’s plenty of time to finish up the 2016 Meeple Madness Challenge and earn your fleece jacket and a chance at a two night stay in Ravenwood Castle!
The 2016 Meeple Madness Challenge will officially end during our New Year’s Eve party. Final entries will be recorded at 9:45 PM. Winners will be announced at 10:00, followed by the drawing for a two night stay at Ravenwood Castle!
Long Live the Meeple Madness Challenge!
Not sure you’re up to finishing an annual challenge in just twenty five days? No worries, just sign up for the 2017 Meeple Madness Challenge! We’re taking registrations now, and you can begin enjoying games and milkshakes for the challenge as early as 12:01 on January 1st!
What is the Meeple Madness Challenge you ask? It’s our challenge to you: enjoy each of our 2017 Milkshake of the Month flavors, sample an additional twelve of our favorite milkshakes, and play each of our 2017 Games of the Month. You have all of 2017 to accomplish this goal. That’s twelve whole months – how hard could it be?
Why would you want to accept the challenge, other than the sheer awesomeness of enjoying twelve great games and twenty four amazing milkshakes? Because as with any good challenge, the Meeple Madness Challenge has it rewards!
All entrants who successfully complete the challenge will win a custom 2017 Meeple Madness Challenge fleece jacket. The fleece will only be available through the 2017 Meeple Madness Challenge. Miss it, and it’s gone forever!
Those who complete the challenge will also be entered in a drawing for a two night stay at Ravenwood Castle. The drawing will be held at next year’s party, December 30th, 2017. As if you needed another reason to attend one of our awesome parties!
The Meeple Madness Challenge.
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Jim Reed is a lifelong gamer who started with the original red box Dungeons & Dragons. After spending 20 years in the corporate world, he decided it was high time that work be fun and struck out on his own. Jim now owns and operates Ravenwood Castle and The Malted Meeple, and spends his days ensuring his guests have as much fun as he does.