Sunday Black Sunday
You walk into the black church and hide behind a pew when you notice a chanting group of black-robed cultists up near the altar. You've stumbled into a black mass!
|Attend the Mass|
With insufficient black equipment:
You approach the mass of cultists, who immediately recognize your insufficient darkness and toss you on the alterin front of them.
The last thing you remember is your heart being removed. Then everything goes... heh... black.
|You lose all hit points.|
With enough black equipment:
You approach the mass of cultists who, unable to see through the blackness of your disguise, welcome you to their circle. The chanting intensifies as the circle becomes a line.
The air in the church becomes electric as eerie music begins to play from the heap of destroyed instruments in the orchestra pit, and the line becomes a line dance.
You lose yourself in the music. The moment. You surrender yourself to the ownership of the ritual. The dance.
|You acquire an effect: Salsa Satanica|
(duration: 13 Adventures)
Hours later, you wake up in a heap in the middle of the Black Forest, covered in sweat and brimstone.
After acquiring the effect, further attempts the same day:
You're not sure your soul can handle another profane ritual today.
|Dive into the orchestra pit|
You hurl yourself into the orchestra pit, cacophonously landing in a heap of discarded instruments. Not a one of them is in playable shape, except for the one of them that is, in direct contradiction to what I just said, in playable shape.
It's a drum and you steal it.
|You acquire an item: black kettle drum|
|Sneak out the black back, black Jack|
You black out the back door. I mean you back out the black door.
Leads to All Over the Map.
Occurs at The Black Forest.
- The Black Armaments outfit, a black cloak, and the dark gems crafted from black gold are all required to not get beat up in mass.
- "...lose yourself in the music. The moment" is a lyric from the Eminem rap "Lose Yourself."
- "Sneak out the black back, black Jack" is a reference to the song "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" by Paul Simon.