Wizarding in the Wild West
My brother Benjamin and I welcome you to the world of Wizarding in the Wild West! Before you begin, we recommend a few items to consider.
1. Learn a little about the story.
Listed on the website are many stories, both written and onscreen about our history, adventures, and institutions. We encourage you to look around get to know who we are and what we are all about.
2. Create your own character.
The world of Wizarding in the Wild West is populated by all sorts of characters and creatures. There are all kinds of hidden lands and places where they live and breathe. Once you get to know the types and kinds of people and places out there, you're invited to create your own individualized character, make up a personal history, and come dressed up like him or her.
3. Attend one of our events in costume.
Our events are all about interactive play. It's not just a place for people to come soak in the ambiance, but a opportunity for you to become a part of the story through your own contribution.
We have plenty for you to enjoy though on a recurring basis. For instance, every Saturday afternoon the local magic community gathers in our courtyard for a magical marketplace. Each week we perform and sell all sorts of magical goods, services, and food. We also hold other free public events you may attend, including a haunted house at the end of October and an authentic German Christmas market the first full week following Thanksgiving.
Once you've fulfilled the initial steps mentioned above, there are feasts, fires, tours, wand testing, classes, retreats, an elaborate murder mystery, staying the night in our pirate bunkhouse, and exclusive private parties, amongst other things for you to experience. We also host story-oriented quests and are developing group campaigns.
You can learn more about each of these things by clicking the links above or following the tabs at the top of the page. Further, you can check out our latest on Instagram @wizarding_in_the_wildwest.
We look forward to meeting you all!
Mortimer and Benjamin Blackburn