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What's in the Box is a team-based trivia game created by Naticus (with a statistical system made by the help of KuraiOkami) that can be played in VRChat. When an official event is running on a Friday, teams may partake to transition the 9 layers of hell, each of which will have a specific theme of various subjects - mainly stemming from pop-culture - and compete to clear them all the fastest. A trophy is awarded to the winning team and will have the teams name added to the Hall of Fame world. Each game is composed of a "Volume".

How to Play

The theme of the layer of hell is presented in the Devil's voice and is displayed on a banner. In each box is an selection of that theme (such as Action Movie Protagonists). Around the circumference of the circle will be wells with a hint above them that the players have to link with what is inside the boxes (for example "Tomas Anderson"). Players will have to lift the boxes into their heads to see what is inside them.

Once the answer is located (which would be Neo from The Matrix), the player places the box in the well. If flames are produced, then the next hint is presented. If ice appears, then an incorrect answer has been put in and the players must wait 9 seconds before trying again. When 9 correct answers have been submitted, the team progresses to the next layer of hell.

Regular Teams

Team Avian

The first What's in the Box team was formed by ZircronSwift and entered since the games inception on April 28th 2017. Team Avian currently has the most wins recorded (9) and has attended every game to date, with their longest win streak of 4 (tied with Team Four). Team Avian is made up of:

  • ZircronSwift
  • poplopo
  • Korro Bravin
  • Zarniwoop
  • Laozi
  • CharlieTree
  • Owlboy
  • Garret2727
  • Jragon

Team Four

Team Four, fittingly, is the forth team formed for the game, created originally by Vitrium. This team has the longest win streak of 8 as of January 2021 and have 24 wins to their name. The team composes of:

Team Rocket

Team Rocket was formed by Sabre Six, with a distinct theme of being pokemon and characters from Team Rock from the anime, and as such is the only team to strongly represent their name. They consist of ten members, but for the purpose to fill in for other players that cannot make it. Team Rocket has yet to secure a win. They consist of:

  • Sabre Six
  • Lakuza
  • Magic Monkey
  • PhaxNor
  • Nexa
  • Dyno
  • Redjaye
  • Ultrajay
  • Sacchan
  • Imerpys

Disbanded Teams

Team Senseless Murder

Team Senseless Murder was the second team to enter the game, formed by Ghoster during Volume 2, and played for the first few months of the games release, trading wins a couple of times with Team Avian, once attaining victory by mere seconds. The team has since been out of the game with no sign. This team used to be consisted of Euan and Gunter as well, but the other spaces were lobby pick-ups for people to get into the game without having to make a team previously or had just stumbled in, not knowing what is going on. This team had 2 wins to their name.

Team Spunk Orchard

Team Spunk Orchard was the third team to enter the game shortly after Senseless Murder, formed by MadMax. Spunk Orchard had been trading wins with Team Avian and Team Four, and once obtained Korro Bravin as a member during the events of Volume 9 (See Events). With 5 wins to their name, the team has since disbanded and some of their members have joined other teams. The members of Team Spunk Orchard were:

  • MadMax
  • DoubleGoose
  • CainM101
  • MrPinkie
  • Lolathon
  • Darren
  • SimhaAnahata
  • Afromana
  • Dicidius

Lore Events

Volume 9 & 10

During Volume 9, Korro Bravin attempted to bring in Afromana to Team Avian, assuming not everyone would attend. When every member was present, Zircron questioned Korro's confidence in the team and kicked him to join Spunk Orchard instead, assuming they would keep Afromana. When Korro came and took Afromana with him, thingsa got heated between the team and Korro. Naturally, Spunk Orchard won that game, and forced Zircron's hand to negotiate with Korro to get him back onto the team. This lead Zircron to assist Korro to get his spaceship - The Valiant - out of the V.R.P.D. compound at the beginning of Volume 10, which was unexpectedly infested with zombies.

They were able to recover the ship, but Zircron got bit in the process, and was sent and processed to emergency surgery to prevent the virus from spreading. He lost his wings, left hand and feet in the process, replaced with mechanical wings, a robotic hand, and metal bird feet.

Volume 20

At the beginning of volume 20, Zircron woke up to find his metal limbs replaced with demonic variants, with no memory of what happened at the end of volume 19. This was also when he first met Team Rocket. He hadmade it his nonchalant mission to find whoever did this to him, although Zircron does not seem to mind all that much, as he has more functional wings and at least some form of offensive weaponry with his claws.

Volume 23 & 24

At the end of Volume 23, something forced Zircron out of the game he was currently in, moments before completion, and found himself unconscious in Battle Disks with Rad. He seems to have joined her team (Team Momenta) and took part in the tournament that DoubleGoose has challenged her and Kimple to, which would explain why at the beginning of Volume 24, Zircron was found impaled on Alpha's claws, leader of the Garrison Droids.

Zircron managed to escape with an excuse that he had something important to do (obviously What's in the Box), but ultimately let his pride distract him from the recent victory to notice Alpha had stalked him back home and secured the capture.

Trivia

  • The 2nd, 4th and 7th layer of hell are always sound rounds. Volume 2 is an exception with the 7th circle being visual and Volume 3 having the 4th and 5th layer swapped for audio and visual.
  • Before KuriaOkami got involved, victory was determined by who got to the finish line first. Now, the games are tracked with accurate times so it is easier to declare the winner.
  • Team Avian and Team Four are the only known teams to do training sessions.
  • The Devil's monologues between every layer average out at about 10-11 seconds, or an average of 96 seconds of the Devil talking per game.
  • The first What's in the Box game was streamed by Gunter, watching Team Avian's performance.
  • The trophy was introduced sometime around the 19th Volume, which has the current winners theme song playing inside.
  • Team Avian's theme song is Theme of Really Cool Bird.
  • It was not one of the many places Mr. Whiskers vandalized.
  • Of course, Kimple would be there.

Archive of Volumes

Here is an archive of every available Whats in the Box volume with their corresponding winners:

Volumes 51 - 100 & Specials
Volumes 91 - 100 Volumes 81 - 90 Volumes 71 - 80 Volumes 61 - 70 Volumes 51 - 60 Specials
Volume 51

Team Four

Volume 58

Sly Fest Special Team Four

Volume 52

Team Dream Shelter

Volume 53

Team Avian

Volume 54

Team Four

Volume 55

Team Four

Volume 56

Team Avian

Volume 57

Team Dream Shelter

Volume 59

Team Rocket

Volumes 1 - 50 & Specials
Volumes 41 - 50 Volumes 31 - 40 Volumes 21 - 30 Volumes 11 - 20 Volumes 1 - 10 Specials
Volume 41

Team Four

Volume 32

Team Anime

Volume 21

Team Four

Volume 11

Team Spunk Orchard

Volume 1

Team Avian

Volume 20

Ready Player One Special

Volume 42

Team Four

Volume 33

Team Rocket

Volume 22

Team Four

Volume 12

Team Spunk Orchard

Volume 6

Team Avian

2018 Haloween Special

Team Spunk Orchard

Volume 43

Team Four

Volume 34

Team Four

Volume 24

Team Avian

Volume 14

Team Four

Volume 7

Team Avian

Volume 23

Star Wars Special Team Four

Volume 44

Team Avian

Volume 35

Team Rocket

Volume 25

Team Four

Volume 16 Volume 9

Team Spunk Orchard

Volume 26

Holiday Special

Volume 45

Team Dream Shelter

Volume 36

Team Four

Volume 27 Volume 17 Volume 10

Team Avian

Volume 50

VRCon Special Team Four

Volume 46

No Winner

(VRChat Bugs)

Volume 37

Team Four

Volume 28

Team Four

Volume 18
Volume 47

Team Four

Volume 38

Team Four

Volume 29 Volume 19

Team Four

Volume 48

Team Avian

Volume 39

Team Four

Volume 30
Volume 49

Team Avian

Volume 40

Team Four

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