Forgive me for being picky, but I will say that the wiccan wedding is the very least of my favorites. I actually had to come up with a reason why I liked this so much, but I can’t figure out any.
My friend has a pet wiccan and I told him that the wiccan wedding was the very least of my favorite wiccan wedding. As I had mentioned, the wiccan wedding is a party-gone-wrong that takes place on a party-gone-wrong island where the wiccan is the “one” who will take care of the guests on their wedding night. This is only the most bizarre part of the Wiccan wedding. Everything else is amazing.
Ok, so I’m not really sure I understand what all that fuss is about, but the whole point of the party is that a bunch of wiccans in total black outfits get drunk and get married on a party island. They don’t even have a ceremony, they just have a bunch of guys in black outfits get married, and then their wedding party ends up playing wiccan music.
Yes, yes they do. They get married on a party island so they can go for a big party the next day, and also so they don’t have to be there the next day. This is all part of their “crowd control” tactic that makes them so much more popular and fun to be around. No one really knows why they want to do this so much.
The party is important in that it gives the “wedding” a sense of legitimacy. By its nature a wedding brings out the best and worst in people, and by bringing the worst people together, it creates a bond between them and makes them feel safe. This party serves as their way of saying, “We’re united and we’re happy. Let’s do this thing and then we’ll be fine.
The other important thing that this party does is create an environment that will make people feel like no matter what happens they’ll be able to take care of themselves. We’re talking about the kind of society where the guy whose job is to protect the party from bad guys gets to have sex with the bride, because he’s still the bad guy.
wiccan wedding is basically the ultimate in the “wedding scene.” It has all the same elements you’d expect from a wiccan wedding: flowers, cake, fancy dress, and fireworks. But there’s a lot more to it. Wiccan wedding is essentially an extended version of the wedding scene. The difference is that instead of getting married, they are now in a world where they are being hunted by a group of stalkers.
The last time I saw one of these, I thought it was the best thing since sliced bread, but then I realized this is sort of like the best thing since the first day of Hogwarts, and that means, uh… I don’t know… I guess this is why I thought the wedding was so damn good.
The end result is that the entire wedding ceremony is a series of death-defying obstacles and puzzles that will test your wits and your reflexes and your ability to take out the stalkers. It’s also filled with a few pretty awesome fashion moments, some of which I was previously unaware of.
While death-defying puzzles are the most fun, I’m also happy to report that the wedding itself is a fantastic slice of gaming history. In fact, I’m even more excited about it than I was with the news of the sequel. Because in the long run, there will be a sequel to this game, and I fully expect it to be a better game than its predecessor.