Crawl » Finish That Manuscript! V2


#81

So glad to have someone cheering me on XD


#82

Why you do this to me hastebin…


#83

I’m going to do your supernatural crawl since I haven’t and all the others are hidden because hastebin is being annoying.


#84

Starting Word Count:7477

It’s just a normal day. You spent most of it helping Sam with research, but Dean insists in getting everyone to loosen up, so he forces you to go to a bar with him. Write 100 words in protest.

WC: 116 T: 1:36 TCC: 137 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 29

As soon as you get to the bar, you’re attacked by a werewolf. The werewolf knocks Sam out by bashing his head against the side of the building. Dean tries to assist you, but the werewolf rips his chest to shreds. Sprint for five minutes to defeat the werewolf and save your friends!

WC: 345 T: 5 minutes TCC: 482 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 29

If you got less than a hundred words, you fail and the werewolf kills the other two hunters. Write 250 words to bring them back to life.

If you wrote 100-200 words, you get your butt kicked, but you survive and drag the other hunters to safety. Write 100 words while you heal.

If you write 201+ words, you’re victorious! You defeat the werewolf without getting as much as a scratch.

Exhausted, everyone goes back to the motel. Take your time to write 300 words while you fall asleep.

WC: 320 T: 4:48 TCC: 802 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 29

Where’re the other hunters? You wake up alone in the motel room and there’re droplets of blood sprinkled across the floor. Write 250 words in ten minutes while you try to figure out what happened.

WC: 359 (Oops) T: 5:20 TCC: 1162 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 29

What’s that? Something’s under the bed. Do three one-minute sprints while you pull it out.

WC: 239 T: 3 minutes TCC: 1401 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 29

It’s a note! There’s only two scribbled words. Demon horde. What does that mean? Puzzle it out with a five minute sprint.

WC: 341 T: 5 Minutes TCC: 1742 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 29

There’s been a lot of demon activity in Indiana. Why they’re in the land of corn, you’re not sure, but before he disappeared, Sam was talking about a hunt in the area. Could that be where the missing hunters are? You don’t have a better idea, so you jump in the Impala and head for boring old Indiana.

To ride in silence, write 100 words. All you can think of is the blood on the floor of the motel room. Write another 150 words to shake the thoughts away.

Write 250 words to listen to the best of mullet rock.

Do five one-minute sprints to listen to classical music.

If you want to listen to pop, write 500 words. Shame on you for listening to that namby-pamby stuff.

Finally, you arrive in Indiana. It’s late and you’re exhausted.

I’m going to choose pop. Whoops.

WC: 518 T: 8:26 TCC: 2260 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 29


To find a motel room and retire for the night sprint for ten minutes.

WC: 586 T: 10 Minutes TCC: 802 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 30

To scour the local bar for anyone who might’ve heard of anything remotely demonic, write 200 words in five minutes.

To read up on recent events in the town, sprint for five minutes.

((The last two options deprive you of sleep. You have to pep yourself up with coffee before you continue. Write 100 words. ))

You run into a scared teenager who seems to know something. Sprint for ten minutes to talk to them.

WC: 639 T: 10 Minutes TCC: 1441 CWO: Wedding Bells Chapter 30

If you get less than 150 words, the teenager runs away from you. Write 350 words to find another witness.

If you get between 151-300 words, the teenager freezes and refuses to talk with you until you calm them down. Write 150 words.

If you get 301+ words, the teenager spills everything they know with barely any prompting. That was easy.


You now have a general idea of where the demons are hiding. From what you’ve heard, it’s a pretty big horde, and there’s no guarantee that Sam and Dean are there. You’re taking a big chance by going in alone.

To call in a favor and get one of your friends to join you write 500 words.

To go in alone, don’t do anything. You might regret this later!

Sprint for fifteen minutes while you wait for nightfall. It’s too risky to attack during the day.

Time to gather your weapons! What would you like to take?

To take a gun full of rock salt and a give 'em hell attitude, write 100 words.

To take a recorded exorcism and a salt-covered knife, write 150 words in five minutes.

Lucky you! Sam left behind his demon-killing knife! Write 500 words to claim it.

With your weapon in hand and the full moon shining above you, it’s time to attack. You drive up a tiny dirt road and stop about a half a mile from where the demons are camped out in an abandoned house. ((From this point on, if you brought a friend, you get either five minutes added to each challenge, or you can knock fifty words off your intended target. Glad you called in that favor?))

A few years out from the house, you run into your first demon. He’s tall and lean, but you know you can beat him. Sprint for five minutes to take him out from behind.

If you get less than 100 words, he splits your lips before he goes down. Write 100 words to shake yourself out of a daze.

If you get 101+ words, you win. Keep going!

If you get 250+ words, you not only win, but you find a knife tucked in the back of his jeans. This could come in useful later.

Everything is eerily quite as you creep up to the back door of the house. Do two one-minute sprints to shimmy the lock open.

If you write less than 30 words, your clumsy attempt draws the attention of a demon. Write 200 words to take it out.

The house smells of blood and mold. To your left, there’s a door that leads to the basement, to the right there’s a staircase that leads to the second floor, straight ahead there’s a hallway that leads to the front of the house. Sprint for ten minutes to decide which way to go.

If you write less than 150 words, you run straight ahead. Unluckily for you, that’s where the biggest group of demons is conjugated. Write 400 words to fight your way out. ((Once you finish the penalty, go to the last option on this list.))

If you write 151-300 words, you go upstairs. There are a few demons on lookout duty. Write 200 words to take them out. ((Once you finish the penalty, go to the last option on this list.))

If you write 301+ words, you go to the basement. Sam, Dean, and Castiel are chained to chairs that face the wall. Write 100 words while you scour the room for a key. ((If you collected the knife from the first demon, you may skip this step. You use the knife to pick the locks on the chains.))

With Sam, Dean, and Castiel free, you all go back upstairs to wipe out the remaining demons together. Sprint to the nearest thousand.

When the last demons lies dead at your feet, you all start the trek back to the Impala. The moonlight shines down on you, illuminating the path, and Sam and Dean joke about each other’s cowardice like they didn’t almost die. Take your time to finish your current scene while you all hop back into the Impala and drive back into town for a round of celebratory beers.

Congratulations! You saved the day! The hunters owe you their lives. Reward yourself with a favorite food, drink, or episode of Supernatural. You deserve it, hero!


#85

Gotta take another break. My eyes are starting to hurt. Total word count so far 9,715

Only 800 words til I finish chapter 29 though.


#86

:tada::tada::tada:


#87

You step into Ollivander’s wand shop. Roll a die and multiply your roll by 100. Sprint to that many words.
I got a 2 so 200 words are needed.

CC: 206 || WC: 206 || WO: Crown of Chains, Chapter 12

Finally, you’re done shopping! But before you leave, you decide that you want to purchase a pet. Write for 15 minutes as you search for the perfect animal for you. Pick one: owl, cat, or toad.

CC: 662 || WC: 456|| WO: Crown of Chains, Chapter 12

After months of waiting, you’ve arrived on platform 9 ¾ and boarded the Hogwarts Express! Write to the nearest thousand as you settle into your seat and get ready for a long ride. If you need to write more than 500 words for this challenge and choose not to skip this round, take one Galleon.
CC: 1041 || WC: 379/ 338 || WO: Chapter 12, CoC
Anything off the trolley, dear? Buy some sweets to help get you through the ride! Depending on your candy, find your challenge below!

Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans: Participate in a Fifty Headed Hydra as you frantically try to get the taste of vomit out of your mouth.

CC: 1165|| WC: 124/500 || WO: Chapter 12, Crown of Chains

Chocolate Frog: Write for five minutes as you chase down the frog.
Licorice Wand : Sprint to 150 words.
Pumpkin Pasties : Roll a die and multiply by 50. Write that many words.

You arrive at the castle and wait in the hall with the rest of the first years. You notice a boy with messy black hair and glasses talking with a redheaded boy, a girl with bushy hair whispering to the people around her, and a boy with pale… well, everything. Write for ten minutes as you attempt to socialize with the people around you.

Professor McGonagall escorts you and your peers into the Great Hall for the Sorting. After the Sorting Hat sings its song and several students walk up timidly, your name is called, and you sit yourself down on the stool, timid and worried about what is about to happen. McGonagall places the hat on your head, and you are sorted into your House. Pick from the four Houses- Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin.

Gryffindor: Are you brave enough to write ten times your typing speed in 10 minutes ?
Hufflepuff: Remain loyal to your word count and write steadily for 45 minutes with no breaks .
Ravenclaw : Calculate how many words it will take for you to write to the nearest 1000 .
Slytherin : You’re an ambitious one, aren’t you? Write 750 words in 30 minutes !

The feast is delicious! Do the Three Digit Challenge as you eat at your House table and talk with those around you, as well as your House ghost. I f you are in Hufflepuff, you know your chambers are near the kitchen so you save room for later and may skip this round for free.

You’ve settled into your dormitory quite quickly and nicely, and your first couple weeks of class go well. Write for an hour as you grow accustomed to your new classes and all of the magic you’re learning.

Muggleborns : If you write 750 words within the hour, take 2 Galleons.
Halfbloods : If you write 1,000 words within the hour, take 2 Galleons.
Purebloods : If you write 1,250 words within the hour, take 2 Galleons.

On your way to Potions, the messy haired boy who you now know is Harry Potter stops and asks you if you know where Professor Binns’ classroom is. Write 200 words in 10 minutes as you try to remember where his classroom is.

If you succeed: Harry hurries to Binns’ classroom and gives you a Galleon as a thank you for your help.
If you fail: You spend so much time trying to help Harry that you are both late to your next class. Write another 200 words as you apologize to Snape and try not to lose any points for your House.
If you are in Slytherin, Snape likes you and lets you skip this round for free.

You get locked out of your common room and Mrs. Norris finds you! You run with Harry, Ron, and Hermione to the third door corridor, and you find a giant three-headed dog! After making it back to your dormitory safely, roll a die, multiply your roll by 100, and write that many words as you try to calm down.

Troll! In the dungeon! You go with Harry and Ron to find Hermione and end up fighting the troll with them. Sprint to 250 words , and try not to get yourself killed. If you are in Gryffindor, you fight the troll bravely and may skip this round for free.

You go down to Hagrid’s hut to have tea with him. When you try his treacle fudge, your teeth get stuck together! Write for fifteen minutes as Hagrid tries to help and Madam Pomfrey magically loosens the cement-like effect the fudge had on your mouth.

Months pass, and it’s Christmas morning! You receive 3 Galleons from your parents, as well as a challenge from the Weasley twins. Write 1000 words in under an hour .

If you succeed : they give you a Galleon.
If you fail : they hit you with snowballs until you’re buried under heavy amounts of snow and make you write 250 more words.

During the Gryffindor vs Slytherin Quidditch game, you get incredibly excited. Roll a die. If even, you’re cheering for Gryffindor; if odd, you’re cheering for Slytherin. Word war for fifteen minutes with someone cheering for the opposite team . If you beat them, you win your bet, and you take 2 of their Galleons. But be careful- if you lose, you give them 2 of your Galleons. A bet’s a bet.

Harry tells you that he suspects that Snape is going after the Philosopher’s Stone and you decide to go with the trio to try to get to the Stone before Snape does. But before you can even go down the trapdoor, you need to make it past Fluffy. Write for ten minutes as you lull him to sleep sneak through the door. If you are in Ravenclaw, you know exactly how to keep Fluffy asleep and may skip this round for free.

Oh no- you and your friends are trapped in a patch of Devil’s Snare! Hermione tells you that you need to write 300 words in five minutes in order to safely escape.
If you succeed: You make it out of the deadly plant without a scratch and even spot a Galleon on the ground. What luck!
If you fail: Hermione has to set the plant on fire to get you out alive. She thinks very poorly of your skills now, so write another 300 words to impress her.

Harry catches a flying key and opens a large wooden door. Inside the next room is a giant wizard chess set. You and your friends need to replace some of the pieces and play the game. Ron takes the place of a knight, Harry becomes a bishop, and Hermione takes over for a rook. Pick a chess piece and complete the challenge below! Keep in mind that you are not allowed to skip this round even if you have enough Galleons to do so.

Pawn: You know you won’t be of much use to the game and think it would be wisest to be taken out early. Complete a Fifty Headed Hydra and take a fifteen minute writing break to recover from your injuries.
Rook: You take the place of the other rook and spend the game running across the board, strategically taking out important pieces of the other side’s team. Sprint to 200 and take a five minute writing break once the game is won.
Bishop: You take the place of the other bishop and sneakily take out pawns on the other team. Write for 20 minutes and take a five minute writing break once the game is won.
Knight : You take the place of the other knight and become the wild card of the match. Write 300 words in 15 minutes until you’re taken out by one of the other team’s rooks. Take a fifteen minute writing break to recover from your injuries.

Harry and Hermione move ahead into the next room when you stay with Ron. When Hermione comes back, sprint to 500 words as you run to find Dumbledore and explain the situation to him.

The word gets out that Professor Quirrell is the one who wanted the stone, not Snape! Rumors also spread of your bravery in helping Harry, Ron, and Hermione as you four went through the challenges the professors set to protect the stone. Dumbledore awards you fifty points for your courage. Write for five minutes as your peers congratulate and admire you.

Summer vacation is here! Take an hour long writing break- you deserve it!

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#88

I don’t normally write on the weekend but I’m here to kick the last chapter of Wedding Bells out. XD Ready to finish my 9th book. 1st of this year.


#89

Write 10 words. 15 words. 25 words. 50 words. 75 words.
~~100 words. 100 words. 75 words. 100 words. 110 words.
~~120 words. 125 words. 150 words. 100 words. 125 words.
~~150 words. 120 words. 100 words. 80 words. 60 words.
~~50 words. 75 words. 100 words. 150 words. 200 words.
~~175 words. 150 words. 125 words. 100 words. 150 words.

Didn’t finish my chapter Saturday morning but I only need to do 1500 words today. So a couple lines of this and we are good to go.


#90

How did I forget about this thread?

Anyway, I want to write a bit more since it’s going slow lately.

The Iliad Challenge

Eris causes trouble with a golden apple. Write 100 words while everyone gossips about who "For The Fairest" means

Took me three minutes…

Paris is trying to choose which goddess most deserves the Golden Apple. Convince him by writing for 10 minutes. If you don't manage at least 300 words, you'll have to bribe him with another 150.

I only got 225 words, so looks like I’m going to need to write another 150 - which took me another seven minutes.

Paris meets Helen, and they run away together to Troy. Sprint for 10 minutes while you flee Menelaus!

301 words :slight_smile:


#91

Yes come back and join us.


#92

Aiming for a good 300 words.
WC: 332 || WO: CoC, Part 14


#93

… is it just me or do the links to crawls not work?

@robotambassador roll 3d10


#94

:game_die: 2, 9, 9


#95

2 minutes: 76 words.
TC: 76

9 minutes: 333 words.
TC: 409 words

9 minutes: 227 words…


#96

They are hit or miss. I need to transfer them to pastebin instead of hastebin. -_-


#97

Guess its good I’ve taken forever to take my crawl


#98

SHINO FINISHED HER CRAWL!


#99

WELL DONE


#100

BOOP, I AM PROBABLY GOING TO SPLIT THIS UP INTO 3 BLOCKS OF 15 MINUTES BECAUSE MY CONCENTRATION ISN’T VERY GOOD

Aiming for 1000 words overall

Block 1: 670/333 || WO: Crown of Chains, Chapter 15 (15 minutes)
Block 2: 389/220 || WO: Crown of Chains, Chapter 15 (10 minutes)