The Blue Whale Challenge: 50 Tasks Of The Game And Anti-Challenge Tasks To Boost Victims Self Esteem ~ TwilightBox

The Blue Whale Challenge: 50 Tasks Of The Game And Anti-Challenge Tasks To Boost Victims Self Esteem

The Blue Whale Challenge: 50 Tasks Of The Game And Anti-Challenge Tasks To Boost Your Self Esteem:


The Blue Whale challenge has been heading the news all over the world these days. Known as originated from Russia, the game has rumored to take life of around 130-150 teens in Russia, as the first case of death came out in 2013 when a girl posted a selfie on social media before jumping in front of a train. Although many people had believed this was a hoax, some families have recently come forward and shared that they believe their children committed suicide because of the game’s influence.

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Rina, Russian Teen Who Posted This Selfie Before Jumping In-front Of A Train 


Recently the game has shown influences in India too as a 14 year old teen from Maharashtra's Solapur  jumped of a high building to complete the final task of the game.Hours before this incident, a 13-year-old boy had tried to jump off a window of the third floor of his school building in Madhya Pradesh's Indore. He struggled against two classmates who tried to hold him back. His physical training instructor then rushed to save him.The police believe the Class 9 student was addicted to the game in which a player is given 50 tasks by "handlers" and is finally manipulated into taking on the final dare - suicide.

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What are the 50 tasks? Knowing what the challenges are can help parents and friends watch for signs that their children may be participating. Although the tasks may change over time, the following 50 tasks listed below were reported on Russian and Lithuanian websites as being associated with the Challenge.


Here are the 50 Tasks which a "Whale" or the participant has to complete before finally taking his life:


  1. Carve a specific phrase on the person’s own hand or arm.
  2. Wake up at 4:20 a.m. and watch a scary video (sent by the curator.)
  3. Make lengthwise cuts on the person’s own arm.
  4. Draw a whale on a piece of paper
  5. Write “yes” on the person’s own leg if ready to be a whale. Otherwise, they should cut themselves multiple times.
  6. Secret task (written in code.)
  7. Scratch (a message) on the person’s own arm.
  8. Write a status online about being a whale.
  9. Overcome a fear.
  10. Get up at 4:20 and go to the roof.
  11. Carve a whale on the person’s own hand.
  12. Watch scary videos all day.
  13. Listen to music the “curator” sends.
  14. Cut your lip.
  15. Poke the person’s own arm/hand with a needle.
  16. Make yourself hurt or sick.
  17. Go to a roof and stand on the edge.
  18. Stand on a bridge.
  19. Climb a crane.
  20. At this step, the “curator” somehow checks to see if the participant is trustworthy.
  21. Talk with a “whale” on Skype.
  22. Sit down on a roof with legs dangling over the edge.
  23. Another job that is in code.
  24. A secret mission
  25. Meet with a “whale.”
  26. The “curator” assigns a date that the person will die.
  27. Visit a railroad.
  28. Do not talk with anyone all day.
  29. Give an oath/vow about being a whale
After these steps, steps 30-49 involve watching horror movies and listening to music that the curator picks, talking to a whale, and making cuts. The last task is jumping off a building.

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Anti-Challenge Tasks To Boost Self Esteem And Encourage People To Stay Away From The Task:


  1. Write on a white paper ‘I’m strong, I can do everything I want!’ for 50 times.
  2. Take a walk listening some electroswing (parov stelar for instance)
  3. Wake up at 10 am, open the window and listen the outside sounds thinking, ‘I’m happy to live’ many times.
  4. Go see a sunset while listening some jazz (bossanova, coltrane for instance). Experience its beauty.
  5. Try to cook some food you like, eat it with some friends\parents\others you like.
  6. Wake up at 5.30 am, have a good breakfast and then go out watch your city waking up. No music here.
  7. Try to talk with at least 5 different unknown people about something for at least 5 minutes each.
  8. Try to talk with someone who does not like you and try to make him a friend.
  9. Take a walk in the afternoon with some music.
  10. Take a whole day to do what you like. Life is beautiful; don’t throw it away.
  11. Spam these rules to other people.
  12. Force yourself to talk with another gamer (or friend or person) about your problems.
  13. Try to help another gamer with his/her problems. You can make the difference, you are special.
  14. Take a walk with someone, talk about your hopes and desires, and ask about his/her hopes and dreams.
  15. Repeat point 1
  16. Repeat point 2
  17. Repeat point 3
  18. Repeat point 4
  19. Repeat point 5
  20. Repeat point 6
  21. Repeat point 7
  22. Repeat point 8
  23. Repeat point 9
  24. Repeat point 10
  25. Repeat point 11
  26. Repeat point 12
  27. Repeat point 13
  28. Repeat point 14
  29. You are ready for the last test. Think about your progress, write your feelings about all the steps previously addressed, and give it to a person who you think would appreciate it.
  30. Live your life happily. You really do not need a curator to control you. You are free, you are special, remember it whenever you are sad and you feel no way out. I love you. 
If you or someone you love is considering suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, available 24 hours every day:  91-22-27546669


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