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[rec.scouting.*] Games (FAQ 11) Part 2
Section - GAMES FOR PIRATE THEME BIRTHDAY PARTY

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     * Walk the Plank. Works best if you have a swimming pool. Are brave
       prisoners or groveling prisoners more fun? Vote afterwards.
     * Buried Treasure Hunt. Bury some loot, make a map, hand out
       shovels, and stand back. Best if held on a beach, but if you're
       sick of your garden, what the heck.
     * Loot the Town. The kids burst into the house and cart away
       anything they find. Best if held at someone else's house. With
       teen-agers, you can add the twist, "Make Them Tell Where They Hid
       the Silver."
     * Boarding Action. Split the kids into two teams and have them try
       to capture each other's "ships," which can be buildings or
       minivans. Kids over ten need to be searched for zip guns
       beforehand. Victory conditions are variable. Possible outcomes
       are: last "ship" operational, amount of loot removed from "ship,"
       last pirate conscious. Best played just before leaving the
       country.
       

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