Here at Multerra, there comes a time when you may want to ‘challenge’ someone in some manner. Perhaps your characters never quite got along, and you want to prove supremacy. Maybe someone posted some garbage online that said they were a better chef than you, and you need to go prove them wrong.
Whatever the cause, you have the option to issue an official ‘Challenge’ to another member.
As mentioned, ‘a Challenge’ can be virtually any type of contest between two characters. What makes it ‘a challenge’ is that you’ll have a third party review the content and determine which of the two writers ‘won’ the Challenge.
To initiate a Challenge, you have a few steps:
You should be able to fill out the following form when it comes to your official Challenge:
A ‘Judge’ is the person who will determine the winner of a Challenge. Make sure that everyone agrees on a rubric/scoring standards, even if it’s just as simple as “Who wrote better, Judge?” This has to be settled ahead of time. In a Challenge where Death is possible, a Judge should be extra considerate of any extenuating in-character circumstances.
A Judge’s call is binding. If you and your rival just want to write your characters having a cook off, drag race, boxing match, and you have the outcome in mind for the sake of the overall plot, you don’t need a Judge (nor is that a Challenge!).
Judging a Challenge awards 3 Tokens.
The best stories always have an end. Death is inevitable.
Or is it?
In the event that your character perishes under any circumstance, you have a few options at your disposal.