Anonymous asked: If you had to spend a day with one monster which would it be?
As my first deck was based around Koalas, I’m going to have to go with Big Koala.
Hello everyone! It is finally time for the promised second Little Duelist Problems competition. Originally, it was going to be for 2,500 followers but since we’re sitting at 2,600 now… I’ve decided just to make it that number instead. I hope you’re all excited, and for those of you who perhaps entered but didn’t quite win last time round- this could be your chance!
The last competition winner, unfortunatellamas, will be joining me in judging this competition, and we’re both looking forward to seeing what you come up with. ^_^
If you’re curious about what the last competition was like, you can check out the winners and other competition relation posts by clicking on this link:
Like last time, this competition has certain guidelines that you should read carefully to ensure that you’re in for a chance of winning a prize. If any aspects of them are unclear or you run into any other difficulties, feel free to message me and I’ll try my best to clear things up for you!
HOW TO ENTER:
This competition is basically a caption contest. Whoever can come up with the best little duelist problem for the following screencap will win first prize. There will also be a smaller prize for each of the three runners-up.
To give you an idea on the format your submission should be, take this example:
Don’t worry too much about your choice of font, text size, or placement, because really what you’ll be judged on most will be what the text says (but I’ll say more about this in a later section).
Submissions should sent here between now and the closing date of the competition:
Please do not submit through the ask box as these submissions won’t be accepted.
- You must be following this blog.
- To help spread the word of this competition, entrants must reblog this post. Multiples reblogs are allowed but won’t affect your chances.
- No anonymous submissions will be accepted.
- One entry per user. If you submit multiple entries, only the first one will be considered. This competition will be open for a month, so take your time and make a few drafts until you come up with something you’re happy with.
- Your submissions should be of the above screencap with your text added onto it. Don’t alter the image in any other way. The only exception to this rule is that you may change the size if your text is too big to fit into the original.
- When submitting your image, it should speak for itself. Don’t add anything explaining your submission that might influence the judging.
- Those entering should be fine with privately giving me their address if they win so prizes can be mailed to them. Prizes can be shipped worldwide.
HOW THIS COMPETITION WILL BE JUDGED:
The initial judging of this competition will be done by myself. After the deadline, I’ll look over all the submissions and narrow down the contestants to approximately 10 entries.
Once this has been done, unfortunatellamas and I will come to a decision on the overall winner and the three runners-up.
As stated earlier in this post, judging won’t be influenced by your choice of font or text placement, although obviously it should be readable. Instead, we’ll be judging submissions based primarily on:
It doesn’t have to be related to the scene itself, but it should be appropriate for the image in some way.
Once we’ve decided on the winners they will be contacted and prizes will be sent out as soon as possible!
All of the winners of this competition will receive one of these 56mm Little Duelist Problems badges!
Additionally, if you win first place you will receive:
This Millennium Puzzle pendant and keyring set.
And this specially made Little Duelist Problems t-shirt (just tell me what size and fit you want it in)!
This competition will stop accepting entries at 10pm on the 2nd of January (UK time).
Good luck everyone and thank you for supporting this blog! Remember that regular submissions are still welcome during the run of this competition.