So, let's get started, shall we?
Yours truly will provide you all with two starting sentences to begin your literary journey. The first competitor to post will continue the storyline, the one after will build off of that, and so forth. In essence, you will be writing small posts that add up to a larger storyline. The goal here is to make a cohesive work that could be read as a singular piece of writing. Yes, this means that you'll have to cooperate (to an extent) with your rivals, as both teams will be writing this story together.
Do I hear someone asking about how you'll win in such an event? Excellent. Glad you asked. A winning team will be chosen based upon not only participation, but also creativity and the degree to which the team moves the plotline forward. The team with the highest post count may not necessarily be chosen as the winner. From there, the winning team members will PM me separately about their nomination for MVP.
Starting Sentences: The day was warm, bright, and sunny as I strolled down the street. My destination wasn't far away from me, but I decided to take a longer route to stretch my legs.
Person 1: I had no problem with being late to work. If missing a few minutes of my meeting meant that I could continue on walking, I would readily do so.
Person 2: As I crossed the street, the sound of barking resonated through the intersection. Getting to the other side, I looked around trying to discern where the noise was coming from.
Person 3: Much to my relief, it was merely someone's terrier, barking at a squirrel from the safety of their owner's balcony, rather than a stray battling the everflowing traffic of New York City.
You may post as many times as you like, but posts can only be composed of 1-3 sentences.
No posting twice in a row by a singular team member.
Please make sure your post(s) is on topic.
Plot twists and shifts are welcome.
As with all the events thus far, every entrant will receive an Olympian title. However, if your team wins and you are picked to be one of the top three contributors, you will instead receive a Gold, Silver, or Bronze medal winner title. Remember! Every medal your team wins is another step towards victory.
Everyone ready? Alright, we'll begin in 3...2...1...