Ok, well there is a regular game of fugitive going on in Seattle or Issaquah
You may be asking your self: what the heck is FUGITVE? Good question!
Short answer: Only the coolest, bestest, most intense adrenaline rushes you'll ever experience running for your lives being chased by chasers best described as "Cops and Robbers" on steroids.
(Few details/rules may change)
Everyone meets at a designated location during a set time. When most everybody has arrived we split the group into two groups: the FUGITIVES and the CHASERS.
There will be a proportionally set number of chasers depending on how many FUGITIVES we have in attendance. (Usually 1 CHASER for every 10-15 FUGITIVES). The CHASERS will need one car and 1-2 other CHASERS per vehicle. Once every has been picked and assigned a role (usually on a volunteer basis) then the CHASERS will drive to another designated location called the destination.
When the CHASERS have reached the destination point (usually 3-4 miles away from the meeting place) they call or text the head FUGITIVE and tell them to start! The head FUGITIVE will then shout "Go!" and the chase is on!
The point of the game is for the FUGITIVES to make it to the destination without being tagged by a CHASER. The CHASERS will be driving through out the city streets and roads looking out for the fugitives. When spotted the CHASERS inside a CHASER car will run out and chase down the FUGITIVES. If a FUGITIVE is tagged, he or she will then become a CHASER, riding in the vehicles chasing other FUGITIVES.
FUGITIVES have been known to run through:
-houses (not recommended)
all in an attempt to evade being tagged by a CHASER. This game gets intense.
Rule #1 - SAFETY, SAFETY, SAFETY (Don't break any civil laws, including: speeding, jay walking, trespassing, etc.)
Rule #2 - Have fun. Don't cheat. If you were tagged you become a chaser, walk to the destination or go home
Rule #3 - For CHASERS: no puppy guarding the destination or main roads. Always be on the move and drive around the city.
Rule #4 - If you are still running when the time is up (usually midnight), then go home. Race is done.
(I copy pasta-ed that from the facebook page)
But, if any of you want to hit it up here is there facebook page, and the next game is on Thursday at 9:30 PM, you meet at the Issaquah Community Center.