CHARACTER CLAIMING IS NOW OPEN!
Please read through these instructions before attempting to claim a character, there is a lot of information here!
I would first of all like to thank everyone who has signed up! This project was a lot more popular than I was expecting, and I’m pleased to have so many people taking part. Now that character claiming is open, there are a few things you will need to know:
1) You are able to claim any mythological figure you want, as long as someone else claims that character as well. So for example, if you were a writer wanting to claim Nyx, an artist would have to claim Nyx as well in order for you to create that card. Once both a writer and an artist has claimed a character, I will message both people telling them their claim has been successful. Mythological figures include Gods/Monsters/Ancient Heroes/etc. I will not be allowing any PJO characters to be claimed, and we have decided to stick to purely Greek mythology for this deck. If you are unsure whether your character is eligible to be claimed, please ask. We have provided a list of characters we’d like to see claimed, though it’s not mandatory that you stick to this list as long as your selection complies with the rules above. The list will also show which characters have already been claimed so please check it before you send your ask.
2) A set of instructions for the game can be found right here, and includes information writers will need in order the create their card. Please note, statistics created by writers will need to be checked against other cards submitted. For example, it would not make sense for Apollo to have more attack power than Zeus. If you have any questions about the game play instructions, or how to incorporate the rules into your card, please ask!
3) A complete list of blogs signed up to the event can be found here for those having trouble accessing the link on the blog!
4) Information about submitting your card will be provided at a later date, however we have included a template showing how the cards will look below the “read more”. Neither artist or writer is expected to submit their work in the format of the template as I will be constructing the cards once both artist and writer have submitted. Art will be submitted as a regular JPEG/PNG image, and writers will be able to submit their work on a regular document. If you have any questions about specifications, please ask!
If you have any questions at all about the project, please don’t hesitate to contact us!