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I may not be on the list but my friends are. Perhaps you know them? Franklin, Grant, and Jackson! That's right, it's time for the Master List Superdraft! Day 1 everyone drafts 8 characters. Some heroes, some villains, all comic book super-persons. We want everyone's list in QUICKLY, so it doesn't matter if there are duplicates. Day 2-5: Stragglers enter their submissions. Day 6: NO NEW PLAYERS! I post the master list: Every character drafted, duplicates reduced to singles. I will replace duplicates with a pre-prepared list of popular list (there are three picks for superman? I go to the top two on my list that haven't been picked, and I add them. Now the master list has 1 superman and two other people)` Day7-end: Draft Normally. All your characters must come from the Master List, and you can't draft anyone you originally submitted. (so, from the example earlier, none of the three players could draft Superman. anyone could draft the two people I replaced his duplicates with). We will draft through weekends because this draft requires a slow start. Location 8 characters 3 options (can be used for characters not on the Master List) (CANNOT be used for characters on the master list) Maximally limited selection! Sniping is guaranteed! (I still say this is a great way to spend our self-isolating hours) Hit me up with questions!
Well, it's that time again, or very nearly so. I figured I 'd put this up now so that people could start thinking about what they might like to do in the coming year. January: Cast Your Fantasy Kingdom Superdraft (Hermit) February: Five Man Band Superdraft (Pariah) March: Reading Rainbow Superdraft (Sociotard) April: May: World Creation Draft IV (Death Tribble)* June: July: August: September: October: Dungeon Draft (Death Tribble)* November: December: * Tentative If you want to claim a month, post in this thread and I'll add it to the calendar.
Grab your Scholastic order forms, kids! It's time for the Reading Rainbow Superdraft! Every draft gets a lot of characters from movies, television, and comics. It's time for a book based draft! All your characters for this draft must have first come from a book. If a character has been in movies, but was a book first (Huckleberry Finn), that is acceptable. If the character was in a movie, tv show, or comic first, that is not okay. I will allow characters that started in oral tradition (Robin Hood), that is acceptable. Poetry will be allowed. Plays and radio shows will not. We will begin Monday March 2. We will not draft on weekends (giving me time to get caught up) at noon eastern. What to draft: One (1) Author. Whose prose will appear? living or dead. Seven (7) characters. I'll let you decide what ratio of villains and heroes and whatnot. Three (3) Options. Maybe more characters, maybe settings, maybe props. Surprise me. One week to go, so hit me with the questions, just in case the rules need finesse.