Worldbuilding Montly Map Melee Contest With Over 50 STEEM in Prizes!


6 MORE DAYS UNTIL THE CONTEST CLOSES!

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Welcome to the Monthly Map Melee sponsored by the Worldbuilding community where you have the chance to win over 50 steem just by drawing a simple map. The goal of this contest is to help Game Masters from all Tabletop RPG genres to fill up a portfolio of fun and easy to produce maps while simultaneously introducing steemit to one of the most time-consuming parts of the game, world-building. While this can also be one of the most rewarding aspects of the game, it often goes unsung. The bard will sing many tales of the party’s glory but never of the GM’s. And, damn it, you deserve some recognition for your hard work. We know how many maps are never seen. We have burnt that same midnight oil. We know the pain, but more importantly, we know the pleasure of this hobby and want to spread it to more people in the world.


Map Melee Prizes

Main Prize
50 Steem as the total prize pool
1st- 25 Steem
2nd- 15 Steem
3rd- 10 Steem

Additional prizes
10,000 Worldbuilding Tokens (WBT) prize pool
1st- 5,000 WBT
2nd- 2,500 WBT
3rd- 1,500 WBT
Remaining 1,000 WBT will be divided amongst all competitors as a participation prize.


What Do You Need To Do?

Draw the map on a grid (paper or digital is accepted. Regular grid paper is fine. If you don’t have a grid on your drawing, you will not be penalized for it)
Complete this month’s theme (found at the bottom of this list)
Stay within any stipulations (found below the theme)
Must use the tags MapMelee and Worldbuilding
Entrants must leave a comment in this thread with a link to their map. (Either as a link to their blog post or a link to an image of the map in this thread)
Let us know a bit about your map and the ideas behind it
Please consider joining the Worldbuilding Community


The Theme For February

A small tomb to an unknown hero.

Must Contain!
Minimum of 4 rooms
Altar to pray to a God
An effigy to the fallen hero
1 trap
1 hidden stash of loot

These are minimum content guidelines, you are more than welcome to go beyond the scope of these stipulations.

The contest ends on Feb 28, 20, 2020.

ontesill end on the last Friday of the month in order to give the judges time to look over all of the entrants. Winners will be selected by 3 Secret Judges that are NOT a part of the Worldbuilding community. The top 3 contestants will have their maps featured in next month’s contest with links to both their entry as well as their profile. Payout will be sent within 24 hours of the post announcing the winners of the contest.


Here are some examples of some maps for inspiratioation.

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The worldbuilding community is a new community made by users new to steemit. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer large upvotes or massive amounts of followers, but if you take the time to participate in our community we know it will grow to be a large community of like-minded writers. Together we can build the foundation for many worlds to spring up on the Steem blockchain. With your writing, these worlds become something you can hold. With your audience, these worlds become alive.



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22.02.2020 19:59
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A good example is the Water World. Good movie.

22.02.2020 22:08
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Awesome! Thank you for the entry! It's great to see a collaborative world. My cousin and I do the same and it's a lot of fun. It helps to have one person invested in the world right out of the gate.

28.02.2020 01:20
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From our side its great to have someone sharing a similar vision, especially within a blockchain context. Keen to grow worlds, collaborate together, and with many new people!

28.02.2020 07:32
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Thank you for the very nice entry. I really love the 3D perspective to the map! I'm a big fan of the illusionary water in the fountain.

28.02.2020 13:04
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Thanks. I also wanted to leave a lot of open space for DMs to fill as they like. Thought about clay golems guarding some doors, for instance.

Also, if the tomb is ancient enough, it could have seen a lot of change. Inhabitants, pilgrims, other inhabitants...

28.02.2020 21:18
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