1Gather your friends!
The number one most rhyming rule for apocalypse survival is don't go solo. Don't have any friends? How about tolerable coworkers? Or random people from the internet? They’ll do.
2Choose a scenario!
Create a team and pick from four different apocalyptian scenarios running in Vancouver and Kelowna. Each one focuses on a separate skill. Then head to the scenario start point to get... started. How you get there is up to you.
Work with your team to progress through the challenges and survive the scenario. The swiftest, most survivingest, and highest-scoring teams will win useful survival kits filled with stuff we didn't have room for in the garage.
How does it work?
Create or join a team of 2 to 5 people. Then choose from four different scenarios, each focusing on a separate aspect of doomsday preparedness and/or survival. Take your phones and travel to the scenario's starting point. An AI named
BORISwill send your first instructions straight to your phone’s web browser. Work together to interpret
BORIS'confounding statements, complete challenges, and survive the scenario. And do all of that accurately and promptly, as you’re being judged and timed.
Who are the Citizens for a Friendlier Post-Apocalypse?
Following a confusing election cycle, we rose to power on our single-issue platform of optional (mandatory) apocalypse survival training for all citizens. We have it on good authority that the world will end soon. And thanks to us, everybody will be prepared.
But it's not enough to prepare for the end of the world. Can we make the end of the world a better place than the non-end of the world? Can we make it a friendlier place? Our answer is yes.
After much refinement and many, many deadly errors, we have created the most perfectly friendly apocalypse survival training course around. We've made it accessible. We've made Apocalypse Made Easy!
Where can I do it? And what's it cost?
It's available in Vancouver and Kelowna in the locations marked on the map above me here. The Vancouver beta is open now. The Kelowna beta will open in March 2019. If you live anywhere other than those two places, you will sadly perish during the coming apocalypse due to your lack of preparedness. However, you may wish to sign up to get notified if the course comes to your city. Assuming the world isn’t over by then. It probably will be.
It's free! We might even pay you to do it. But the true cost is if you don’t participate and are ill-prepared for the end. That cost is astronomical.
What are some of the many perils of trying to survive the apocalypse alone?
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