Game of Chicken 421 prizes

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Game of Chicken 421 prizes
Festival Hollow Eve Festival 421
# of Rooms 3
Store Type Game
This store only accepts Dokoras

This list is for the Hollow Eve Festival 421 (2016) prizes. For the prize lists from other years, see the Game of Chicken page.

[A Game of Chicken, Lobby]
Every inch of this cube-shaped room is made from cold metal secured in place with rivets. Several exposed pipes work their way through the ceiling, their seams and joints covered with rust. The only piece of furniture is a large metallic desk, which is clean and polished to a mirror shine. You also see a large chicken-shaped arch, the seating area, a prominent sign, a sharp-eyed game clerk, a Chicken door and a small popcorn cart with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: none.


A prominent sign reads:
"Welcome to the Chicken Game!

It costs 1000 Dokoras to play.
The goal is to be the last one
out of the room without dying!
To particpate, just GO DOOR.

*********WARNING*********
Participants in this game are
likely to die a horrible death.
If you are squeamish about this,
please refrain from playing!
On the popcorn cart
Item Price Done
big bag of buttery popcorn 72   
big bag of white cheddar popcorn 72   
big bag of caramel popcorn 72   

[A Game of Chicken, Room of Judgement]
Neat rows of hard metallic benches are lined up next to a large glass window in the western wall of the room. From here, spectators can watch any mayhem happening down below in complete safety. Only dim lighting provided by gaethzen orbs shines, most of it coming from the arena to allow for a better view.
Obvious exits: out.


The usher whispers, "PEER ROOM will show you who's in the hall at the moment. You can also PEER at the arena. We ask that no magic be performed here."

[A Game of Chicken, Room of Death]
Seeming more like the inside of a cube than an actual room, this place appears to be cut off from the rest of the area. Several slots in the walls look like they are meant to open and close, and a large glass window looks in from overhead. The metal floor is slightly damp, especially around several small grates, as if the room is cleaned with water quite frequently. You also see a greased ladder leading to a hatch above.
Obvious exits: none.