Law and Structure

Before beginning work as a Weird Scout, each member must, under discomfort of embarrassment, understand and commit to memory the following Weird Scout law: Continue reading →


A Message from the Chief Scout


To the Weird Scouts of America:

There was once a boy who lived in a desolate and remote region of the Farian Wastes. Blighted creatures ran amok, and although he had learned to┬árein in his fear of this ghoulish menagerie of desiccated and ethereal beasts to reasonable levels, he never forgot the wonder he felt when he first spotted the glowing ambulatory mushrooms in the distance. At night, despite the faraway wailing of the misery trees, he would listen for the chirps of bookish crickets, hoping to learn some of their wizened language, and he would stare up at all eleven stars, wishing that he knew their names. He was wild with the love of the grey and spotted outdoors: the mist-trees, the talking herbs, the spell-singers, and the living things that left their nightly tracks in the dust by his reinforced hovel. Continue reading →