April 2015 Challenge
Wish to try your luck?
This is my first challenge posted on this blog. I call it Fandom Board Game Challenge. Unoriginal, I know, but it's the best I could do at this moment.
If you'd draw your eyes to the picture (of sorts) above, you will see that each square is numbered, 1-25. Each square has a task written in it that you are to do.
First, you pick your partner(s), either another reader on the blog, message me (I will accept), or you can play with a friend at home, or on the site. Doesn't matter.
After you pick your partner, you find a die, one through six. Then you and your partner(s) roll. Let's say you roll a three. You would move to the third space and do what it says on the space. For example, space #3 says "female protagonist", meaning you would read a book with a female protagonist. Then you would roll again. Let's say this time you roll a four. You'd roll four spaces ahead to space #7. This space says "book chosen my moderator." I am your mod. In this instance, you would pick a book that I have chosen for you. You will either read the book I chose, or message me if you have already read it or really have a problem with reading it and I will pick a second one. You must pick one of those books or you will be forced to forfeit.
If you land on the seventh space, the book you will read is "Throne of Glass" by Sarah J. Maas.
You will continue to roll and read, until you read the FINISH space. Then, obviously, you are finished.
Before you start the game, you must comment that you are playing, who your partner is or if you need one. Every time you roll, you must comment again what number you rolled, and what book(s) you are reading.
There are two ways to play a game like this. One way, is Infallible Playing. This is where, if you finish the book you were on, you message me and I roll for you to prevent cheating. However, this is tedious and makes the game not fun. Therefore, I almost never play like this. The second way, is Doubtful Playing, which means you roll for yourself. There is no way to tell whether you read what you said you did, or whether you actually rolled what you said. There is no way to prevent this from happening. Please be honest. That being said, enjoy the game and (yes I'm going to say it) may the odds be ever in your favor.