We Work We Shouldn’t But We Do Dark Wednesday shirt .Once all theroom goons are dealt with (they never actually got to leave their little room, the agent just kept tossing grenades in), the Lady announces that it’s time to introduce them to the club’s head bouncer, “M.C. Hatchbuster.” For those familiar with the module this is the character Vrokilayo Hatchbuster, a Vesk (think big-ass lizard man) Soldier, the right-hand man of the gang’s leader. He comes out dancing to “Gangnam Style,” wearing ridiculous shades (they protect him from the Lady’s illusions), accompanied by about six illusory copies of himself generated by the DJ.
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We Work We Shouldn’t But We Do Dark Wednesday shirt .Entertainment: Dickson street is great, lots ofand good food. There is the Walton Arts Center which has top notch broadway events (musicals, plays, etc). TheatreSquared is also excellent for watching plays. The AMP (Arkansas Music Pavilion) has well known bands/artists every year. There is a Botanical Gardens. Believe it or not, we still have a drive-in theatre which plays current movies and is lots of fun. There is also a retro-arcade, bowling, skating rink, Locomotion (go karts, arcade, mini-golf), Gater Golf (mini-golf), several area Golf courses that are very nice, museums, and lots more. Outdoors: We are right next to the Ozark National Forrest, Beaver Lake, the Buffalo River, White River, Mulberry River, Devil’s Den state park, the Ozark Highlands Trail (218 miles through seven counties), caving, rock climbing, hand gliding, scuba diving in Beaver lake, and countless more to do. There is an excellent paved trail system that stretches from south of Fayetteville to the Missouri border with lots of parks and side trails along the way. Everywhere you turn there is hiking, biking, canoeing, geocaching, etc. Enough to never be bored. Community: Excellent Farmer’s Market, lots of community outreach programs, excellent public schools and some great private ones also (or so I’ve heard) Events: We also have lots of events in our area: Bikes Blues & BBQ, Joe Martin Stage Race, First Thursday (every first Thursday downtown), Fayetteville Foam Fest (Local Breweries, Food Trucks, Lots of Beer), War Eagle Crafts Fair, Block Street Block Party, NWA Naturals baseball games, Tri Sport Kid’s Triathlon, Fayetteville Roots Festival, Lights of the Ozarks, Ozark Valley Triathlon, Halloween Monster Dash, Color Vibe 5K Run, Primal Challenge.