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Life is a game

So write for survival and see if you're worth it.....

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Battle Royale Writing Challenge!
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Welcome to the Battle Royale writing challenge community!

42 students assigned a random theme.
42 passages to be written to the student/theme combinations
One winner. You! RAWR!



RULES


NOTE: In order to be counted as taking part in this challenge, please make an application post in the community. Read these community rules, they're not that long!

    ♣ This writing challenge asks you to produce 42 short pieces of writing (250-500 words ideally). This is one for each student of the Battle Royale series. You are free to use any of the BR mediums (novel, movie or manga) for basis of your characterisation.
    ♣ When your application has been accepted, you will be given a list of themes, drawn from the pool found here. Forty-two themes will be randomly selected. However, these themes shall be paired up with a specific student.
    ♣ When you receive your list of student-theme combinations, you are free to start writing immediately.
    ♣ When you submit your application to start with, put "Life is a game" as your title. This is to show you read the rules (hence why this is shoved halfway down the list ;) )
    ♣ Upon completion of all 42 stories, post here for your banner to showcase your accomplishment.
    ♣ Upon submission of your entries, please start the post using the template below:


    ♣ Upon submission of your entries, please put the main body of text behind an LJ-cut. Just because it's neat.


--STUDENT LIST--

BOYS #01 Yoshio AKAMATSU  
GIRLS #01 Mizuho INADA
BOYS #02 Keita IIJIMA
GIRLS #02 Yukie UTSUMI
BOYS #03 Tatsumichi OKI
GIRLS #03 Megumi ETO
BOYS #04 Toshinori ODA
GIRLS #04 Sakura OGAWA
BOYS #05 Shogo KAWADA
GIRLS #05 Izumi KANAI
BOYS #06 Kazuo KIRIYAMA
GIRLS #06 Yukiko KITANO
BOYS #07 Yoshitoki KUNINOBU
GIRLS #07 Yumiko KUSAKA
BOYS #08 Yoji KURAMOTO
GIRLS #08 Kayoko KOTHIKI
BOYS #09 Hiroshi KURONAGA
GIRLS #09 Yuko SAKAKI
BOYS #10 Ryuhei SASAGAWA
GIRLS #10 Hirono SHIMIZU
BOYS #11 Hiroki SUGIMURA
GIRLS #11 Mitsuko SOMA
BOYS #12 Yutaka SETO
GIRLS #12 Haruka TANIZAWA
BOYS #13 Yuichiro TAKIGUCHI
GIRLS #13 Takako CHIGUSA
BOYS #14 Shou TSUKIOKA
GIRLS #14 Mayumi TENDO
BOYS #15 Shuya NANAHARA
GIRLS #15 Noriko NAKAGAWA
BOYS #16 Kazushi NIIDA
GIRLS #16 Yuka NAKAGAWA
BOYS #17 Mitsuru NUMAI
GIRLS #17 Satomi NODA
BOYS #18 Tadakatsu HATAGAMI
GIRLS #18 Fumiyo FUJIYOSHI
BOYS #19 Shinji MIMURA
GIRLS #19 Chisato MATSUI
BOYS #20 Kyoichi MOTOBUCHI
GIRLS #20 Kaori MINAMI
BOYS #21 Kazuhiko YAMAMOTO
GIRLS #21 Yoshimi YAHAGI

--CHALLENGER LIST--


A list of all the people currently undertaking the Battle Writing challenge, along with their progress and status can be found here.




WRITING TIPS

    ♠ Proper use of spelling, punctuation and grammar, please. Common sense, perhaps, but it makes reading things so much easier.
    ♠ Respect the characterisation. Each and every student has their own bit of personality and structure, and each one is unique. Be sure to honour this as much as you can.
    ♠ Similar to above but avoid "characterisation-rape". Admittedly some combinations might make this extremely hard, but try and work around this and keep them in character.
    ♠ Whilst it's called 'Battle' Writing, you don't have to base your passages as occuring on the island. Again that's up to you.
    ♠ There is of course nothing forbidding you from bringing in other characters in your text, but always remember who is the central figure.
    ♠ No flaming or bashing of other community members or their writing. In any way at all. It's just rude.
    ♠ Enjoy yourself! It's just a bit of fun after all! ^__^


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