We're roasting live cats over a fire. Apparently this is in the cause of some sort of magic spell that we're trying to cast -- the fact that we appear to be rednecks rather than wizards rather leads me to think that this is going nowhere good. It's possible to stop by trying to do so three times over: the first two times we try, our partner takes over the task of roasting the kitties for us. I wondered, when I played, if this was supposed to be a reimagining of the Milgram experiment, but further reading outside of the game suggests that this was not the intention.

It appears that it is possible to keep on roasting cats until we achieve ... something. I don't know what, not having tried. There doesn't seem to be a lot of incentive to keep trying. As far as I could tell, we were just repeating the same action over and over again, with little to no sense of anything changing as we went on. At least with the "let's stop this" option, the thing worked on the third try; it appears that it takes more than three tries at the "let's do this" option to get anywhere, and I would wager that a lot of people decided that it wasn't actually going anywhere and gave up. The uncomfortable nature of the action we're repeating doesn't help, either.

It's like a breakfast of a dozen raw eggs. Maybe that's supposed to do something, but do you really want to try and find out?