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Competition: [RoS: Meridian Phase II] Miscellaneous - The Hero/The Foil

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[RoS: Meridian Phase II] Miscellaneous - The Hero/The Foil

For this competition, participants must write at least one Personality Aspect for either dbb0t, or the Collective’s foil to dbb0t.

  • Entries will be graded using a simple rubric: Balance (40%), Creativity (25%), Realism (25%), Syntax and Completeness (10%).
  • Participants may submit more than one aspect (up to a maximum of five) but only the highest scoring aspect for each participant will count.
  • Aspects must conform to the guidelines outlined in the Aspects section of the Character Sheet Approval Guidelines, which means it must have a title, and have a body of at least two sentences, not exceeding 150 words.
  • Please indicate for each submitted aspect whether it applies to dbb0t, or to its foil.
  • Submissions are only accepted through the site, either directly in the submission box, or using pdf (preferred), doc(x), or txt format. Google drive links will not be accepted.
  • This competition will be graded blindly. Please refrain from mentioning your name, clan, or PIN in your submission or entry.
  • This competition is in the Phase II Miscellaneous Bin. Participating in a competition in this bin for the first time awards 2 points from participation to your unit. The Hunt the Collective competition is also in this bin.
  • Participating in at least one competition in each Phase II bin will earn a member 3 additional participation points. See the parent competition for detailed rules.
  • This competition is worth a relatively low proportion of placement points for Phase II. Cumulatively, the placements in this competition are worth 10% of placement points in Phase II.

Competition Information

Parent Competition
Rite of Supremacy: Meridian
Organized by
Prophet James Lucius Entar, Adept Evant Taelyan, Master Marick Tyris
Running time
2018-10-27 until 2018-11-05 (10 days)
Target Unit
Entire DJB
Competition Type
Other
Awards
Novae
Participants
46 subscribers, of which 36 have already participated.