In your village, child disappearances take place every full moon …
After the disappearance of your loved ones’ children, you are caught in an uncontrollable rage!
In the grip of anger, you go headlong into the forest from where you still hear the cries of children …
Immersed in the dark, you discover with horror that, hidden from view, in a dark room turned into a satanic church, people are reunited and worshiping an obscure cult.
Wham! A sharp blow hits you in the back of the head… everything goes bright, and falls into darkness as you lose consciousness. When you come to your senses, you realise you are locked up…
Your wrath has led you right into their trap; you will now need to focus, and remain calm; you are the next victims of the sacrifices offered in honor of Satan.
The black mass will begin within one hour: escape as fast as possible and leave no man behind.
You enjoy feeling scared?
This room will help you master your cool or send you in the depths of rage.
Your mission will be to escape from the cult by avoiding the traps and bloody remnants of past sacrifices that lay in this satanic church. The chilling, eery and quiet atmosphere will awaken your senses and ensure you will never shake off that feeling of terror.
This escape game is not recommended for children under 12 and all other faint-hearted !
DID YOU KNOW ?
Wrath : 60 seconds of general knowledge
The ancients called it “short madness”. This blind and brutal force explodes like the bubbling of a volcano, the violence of a hurricane. Sometimes more deaf, it gnaws at our heart and mingles with resentment. But whether black or white, anger consumes and destroys.
The first source of our anger is others. What bothers us is not others, but the other. And its difference. For the other exists, with its own rhythm, its tastes, its relations, its convictions.
Jean-Charles Laveaux presents anger as an “emotion of the soul” and defines the term as a “fury” caused by an insult leading to a desire for revenge. This sense of anger is legitimate. It is morally neutral and good. In the service of justice, wrath provides a psychological energy that cannot be aroused by reason alone. Thus, whoever gets angry when there is no just cause to do so, is committing a sin.
What does it take to make it a force for good? Three conditions, according to Thomas Aquinas, must be met: a just object, a right intention, a measured reaction.
To go further, Dr Synaps recommends a careful reading: Sadness, fear, anger, by Stéphanie Hahusseau (2011)
“MAN IS BORN FOR MUTUAL HELP; ANGER FOR MUTUAL DESTRUCTION”
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