The Most Dangerous Games: An Introduction to the Master FAQ

Hey gang,

The bad news: I don’t have an all-new post for you this week. The good news: There’s a very good reason for it — and in fact, I have something else for you instead. I devoted this week’s dedicated TGIMM time to assembling that master FAQ for “The Most Dangerous Games” I mentioned a little while ago; it includes every question and answer that’s been included in each volume of “The Most Dangerous Games: Frequently Asked Questions,” all in one handy place. It’s a permanent page, so it’s accessible via the menu up top (click on the three lines stacked on top of each other in the upper right hand corner; you’ll find it beneath “From the Vaults”) — and here’s a link directly to it, just for good measure: The Most Dangerous Games: FAQ.

I’ll update the master FAQ as new volumes of featured FAQs are published individually; additionally, I’ve added links in each game’s original post to the section of the master FAQ that addresses the questions pertaining to that particular game. If a game isn’t included in the master FAQ at any given moment, and/or if a game’s original post doesn’t have a link to the FAQ, it just means that a volume hasn’t yet been published that covers that game. Hang tight, though, and I’ll get to it eventually — heck, go ahead and ask a question about it, if you like, in order to get the ball rolling.

I know a lot of you come here for solely the games — and I am, as always, thankful for your patronage — so here’s hoping the master FAQ will stand you all in good stead. As always…

…Well, you know how it goes.



8 thoughts on “The Most Dangerous Games: An Introduction to the Master FAQ

  1. Hi, Lucia!
    I’m a big fan of the most dangerous games, and I think the FAQ is a great idea. I hope we will see more games soon!

    P.S.: please, forgive my english,I’m Brazilian.

  2. Hey Lucia!

    YAYYYYY! I do love all the games and Encyclopaedia posts on your blog, especially because they’re written so well! My favorite part is how you try to provide answers for unknowns in the games; the vagueness of some of your answers give me shivers!
    Can’t wait for the FAQ updates!!

    Best regards and lots of love,

    P.S.- Please don’t ever play any of the games. You make my Monday lunch breaks better and my nights scarier.

  3. Thank you so much for your kind words, everyone! And I’ll definitely add 11 Miles and Channel Infinity to my list of things to investigate further.

    1. Love your blog! I’ve read all your rituals and I think they are so enjoyable to read. Your introductions are spot on and I look forward to seeing more content from you in the future!

      P.S Have you ever thought of writing a book or something of that nature or being a news reporter? You’d make a great one.

  4. I have a question for you which has confused me:

    While playing the Apex, if one person leaves the forest while the rest of the group is still inside, will the Apex creature follow the person who left or hunt the ones in the forest regardless?

    Thanks for answering if you can get to it, and I’m not entirely sure this is where you ask your questions, so my apologies if this is the wrong place.

  5. Hey Lucia I was thinking you should have a place where people should comment there experiences with these games or sightings of things similar to the creepy pasta of the week. If that’s possible and you have time of course! I love the dangerous games and have done 1 so far and I’m planning on doing another soon so I want to hear what others experienced. Thanks for reading this and posting such awesome stuff!

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