Ahoy, matey! Sweet loot takes on a VERY literal meaning this Friday the 13, because Voltaire and Deady make landfall in Battleon! Board a pirate ship captained by the gypsy pirate musician, Voltaire and head to the mysterious Treasure Island to dig up buried booty. Setting sail this Friday the 13th, the UNLUCKIEST day of the year? … What could POSSIBLY go wrong?
AdventureQuest Worlds Friday the 13th: Curse of the Vampirates!
Friday, September 13, 2013, starting at sundown EST
Musical Guest Star Voltaire, the AQW Team & YOU!
Because to get the tastiest loot and the best booty, you’ve got to bash a LOT of skulls and bones!
Friday the 13th and Voltaire go together like undead invasions and Paladins. So of course, this Friday our always-positive, family-friendly game team and community want to welcome Voltaire back for another musical event! With songs from his new album- “Hate Lives in a Small Town”- he and Deady are about to bring an all new level of chaos to AdventureQuest Worlds!
Who is Voltaire?
The Gypsie-Goth-Pirate Singer / Songwriter
Voltaire is the maker of music, films, books, comics, toys and... mayhem. We love his comedic songs "Brains!" and "Land of the Dead" as seen on TV in the Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. He has released 6 albums including the AQWorlds tongue-in-cheek "all-audiences" appropriate Spooky Songs for Creepy Kids. (A direct result of some of our younger players and their parents sending him messages - way to go guys!) Recently, Voltaire won BEST ANIMATION at the Famous Monsters of Filmland Imagi-Movies Film Festival for his short film "DemiUrge Emesis" which was narrated by Danny Elfman. His history of creative works pretty amazing... you should read the full story on the Voltaire Wikipedia Page!
Songs from the Event!
You can listen to Voltaire even when you're not playing!
We hope you had a good time during the event. The songs in this event were from Voltaire's album, To the Bottom of the Sea, and appeared in our FIRST Friday the 13th event collaboration with Voltaire. If you enjoyed listening to them, you can find out how to get them by going to this page: Voltaire Songs on AQ.com
Songs used in the event were carefully chosen to be suitable for players of all ages (including the youngest ones). Voltaire's websites and the songs found there (except the Spooky Songs for Creepy Kids) contains lyrics and themes which are intended for audiences age 13+. If you under 13 please return to our homepage.
Get your parent's or guardian's permission before going to Voltaire's Website.