Teens on attractions
  • On Aug 14, 2017
    Amber from AB Asked

    Only 1 week till we go! We played sorcerers of Mk last time, had difficulty with getting our cards to read. Looking at pirates adventure, is it any easier to play? Any tips on getting through? I have teens, which would be more geared to them?

    Fair Sailin’, Amber! You and your crew are there! I play Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom often with my family; so much that I created a tutorial to DIY your own book to hold all the cards. Our family is deep and involved as we completed the first full level early this year. I actually got to enjoy A Pirate's Adventure ~ Treasures of the Seven Seas, by myself - exploring Adventureland and noticing crannies and their usefulness for the first time.

    Getting Sorcerer cards to read sometimes can be difficult, but using your MagicBand in conjunction with this fun game is a ball! You’ll stop at the pirate hut near the line of Adventureland and Frontierland (be sure to fill up on Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn Nacho plate before you play) and choose  a mission. There are several to choose from, so you can play several times and have different adventures. Since there are no cards to use, and little effort other than your wayfinding skills (maybe Moana would like this game?!), it’s easy to scoot through this walking game. I think teens would like it; there is a listening aspect that young children aren’t always ready for. Plus, you need to be able to read a map and walk a lot! You’ll be zig zagging throughout the land, having fun and keeping a weather eye out for your next location.

    Be aware of one trick… you’ll find emblems on HEADS… that’s your only hint! Be sure your use your NOGGIN to get aHEAD in the game… Use your SKULL (I mean skill!!!) to find your way, and most of all, have fun! ~ Lindsey P.
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Meet the Panelist: Lindsey, Georgia

Hey, y'all! I'm Lindsey, a social media-savvy gal that wears her #Disneyside on her sleeve (along with her trading pin collection!). I'm proud to say that my husband and our two Mouseketeers share my love for the Walt Disney World Resort and all it's magic, so get ready to ask me about new things to see and do on your vacation. I particularly love sharing off-the-beaten-path activities and always encourage visitors to try something new on each trip. Adventure is out there! Learn More About Lindsey

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