Author: Morgan

The Key to All Human Endeavors

Everyone can benefit from a little more exercise, a little more human connection, and a little more time unplugged.  Missions and Madness gives anyone that chance in a single comprehensive exciting game experience.  Missions and Madness is a fun outdoor adventure game that’s part scavenger hunt, part role-playing game, and […]

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New Brand/Morale Patches

Our logo was developed by our graphic artist Phillip Gardner. The patches were stiched by http://www.tacticalgearjunkie.com. The yellow command pouch was built by Dylan at http://www.snowmountainriver.com outfitters. Made in the USA all the way!

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Flagstaff Festival of Science

Missions and Madness is honored to be part of the 30+ year tradition of the Flagstaff Festival of Science. On September 25th and October 2nd, we will explore historic downtown Flagstaff with custom games of Missions and Madness! Register for the games at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mission-and-madness-adventure-game-tickets-398618317117?aff=odcleoeventsincollection

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Missions and Madness in Flagstaff Business News

Here’s a great article in Flagstaff Business News Missions and Madness AUGUST 4, 2022 Leadership game teaches awareness, teamwork, perseverance. If what happens in life sometimes feels like just a roll of the dice, Missions and Madness can train us to grab ahold of those dice, give them a toss […]

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JROTC Team plays Missions and Madness

Missions and Madness is a perfect activity for any JROTC Raider Team to keep work-outs fresh and exercise essential skills like situational awareness, map-reading, and casualty carries. Join the Coconino High School JROTC Team on their first game of Missions and Madness at Buffalo Park in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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My First GORUCK Challenge, Part Two

In my first ever GORUCK Challenge, I learned the power of purpose and what a team really is. It was event number 160 back in 2012 with Cadre Beaux in Boulder, Colorado. Through hard work and struggling, Cadre taught us about cooperation vs. competition. I titled this part “Butta Butta […]

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My First GORUCK Challenge, Part One

Back in 2012, I attended my first GORUCK Challenge. It was in Boulder, Colorado. I really did not know what to expect. A huge disappointment in the first half-hour of the “Welcome Party” changed my life forever. Learn about some of the lessons that Cadre Beaux taught us in this […]

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“Dangerous Reflections”

How can reflections be dangerous? We find out in Part004 of Episode002. Here’s a hint: Situational Awareness is not only what you see around you, but also what others around you see of you! For this mission, Liliah is Team Leader and Daniel is ATL. Before Missions and Madness there […]

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“Casualties”

In Part003 of Episode002, we roll one of the toughest Multipliers: Casuality Carry. So even before we get moving on the Mission, we have to figure out how to carry one of our team. J.M. takes over as Team Leader and Liliah becomes ATL. Spoiler: Someone also gets caught by […]

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“I See Burpees”

Part Two of Episode 002 covers the first time we ever played the Ninja Scenario with the “Silent Running” multiplier. So even as we were getting attacked by Ninjas, we could not speak to communicate! It was a great puzzle to solve on the fly.

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What is Missions and Madness?

We only grow by mastering our fears.  Teaching martial arts for ten years gave me the opportunity to learn how students face and overcome their fears.  The most efficient path to mastery is through play.  Play engages all an individual’s resources into creatively solving problems and learning new skills.  That […]

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