Gameplay & Rules
At the beginning of the event, you'll be given a map with the locations of 5 secret checkpoints. Your job is to make it to all 5 checkpoints, in order, without getting tagged by a Rougarou.
If you get tagged, you become a Rougarou too, and you'll have to tag others (which is just as much fun).
At each checkpoint, you'll have to complete some sort of task to prove that you're still a human. It's usually something goofy and fun (think Minute to Win It), nothing too difficult.
Throughout the course, there are safe zones (which will be indicated on the map) including around all checkpoints and bus stops.
Journey to the End of the Night is a creative commons game originally created in San Francisco and played around the world. Learn more here. We'll use the same rules as the rest of the JEN events, but our theme is unique to Columbus.
Runners may use public transportation, but otherwise are limited to their two feet (no taxis, no bicycles, no roller skates). Rougarous may use anything they'd like, except for personal automobiles.
In the event of a dispute between a runner and a tagger, the runner gets the advantage. Be honest and remember that we're all here to have fun. Additional rules and details will be explained at the event and included on your map.