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#933

Twitter

The Tweet: A tweet is 140 characters long, so start simple by writing 140 words.

WC: 158 T: 1:51 TCC: 1798

Mentions: You scroll through your mentions and see that you’re going to need to spend a good chunk of time replying to everyone. Sprint for 20 minutes.

WC: 1248 T: 20 Min TCC: 3046

Moments: Twitter’s newest feature lets you keep up with news throughout the day. Which tab appeals most to you? Write the number of words that correlates with that tab. -Today: A collection of the day’s news from all areas. Keep it simple! Write 100 words. -News: You’re one that wants to know what’s happening around the world. Write 150 words. -Sports: How’s your team doing today? Write 200 words. -Entertainment: Everyone loves celebrity gossip. Write 300 words. -Fun: Fun news, also known as news about cats! This tab can be a big time waster. Write 500 words.

Entertainment I guess since I don’t have a Twitter.
WC: 302 T: 4:23 TCC: 306

Direct Messages: Someone who follows you and who you follow sends you a direct message. Have a short conversation with this person. Sprint for 2 minutes, aiming for 250 words.

WC: 151 T: 2 min TCC: 457

Optional: Which list has a higher number, the number of people you follow or the number of people who follow you? Pick the higher number and write that many words, up to 1,000.

I will just do 1000 since I don’t have a twitter. Seems fair enough to me.
WC: 1002 T: 13:53 TCC: 1459

Facebook

Status: It’s been a few days since you checked in. Sprint to your next 100 updating your friends about how noveling is going for you!

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Game Requests: No matter how much you try to stop them, your friends still send them to you. Sprint to the end of your current scene as you try to find the settings to disable the requests.

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Pictures: If you see another picture of your friend’s baby, you just may scream. Do your best to wade through the posts by completing a fifty headed hydra (500 words in 5 minutes).

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Private Message: A friend you haven’t talked to in months messages you. Time for some catch up! Write 1,000 words in an hour.

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Optional: How many Facebook friends do you have? Take that number and write the amount, up to 500.

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Snapchat

Selfie: Perfect your first selfie of the day! This shouldn’t take too long, so sprint for 5 minutes.

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Stories: Wow! 10 of your friends have updated their stories several times. Unlike the selfie, it’s going to take a bit of time to get through this. Write for 30 minutes.

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Coloring: The Food Network story sometimes features pages you can color! How relaxing. Take this one slow and write 200 words in 10 minutes.

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Filters: These new facial recognition filters are fun, albeit a bit weird. As there are always 7, write 700 words.

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Optional: What’s your Snapchat score? Hit the Ghost button at the top of the picture screen to find it. If it’s under 10,000, divide the number by ten and write that many words. If it’s over 10,000, divide the number by 100 and write that many words.

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Tumblr

The Scroll: Everyone knows what it’s like to be on Tumblr and just scroll… and scroll… and scroll… through pages of other peoples’ posts! How mindless. Write as fast as you can for 10 minutes, aiming for 1,000, to try and make up for how unproductive you were while scrolling.

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Ask Meme: You’re answering questions based off something you reblogged. Write for an hour.

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Covers: One of your mutuals is an aspiring singer, and they’ve posted a cover. Do a song war with a song that is between 3 and 5 minutes long.

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Memes: You’re on the last post of a page when you see it. Another Pepe meme. Will another be on the next page? Flip a coin here. If it’s heads, you’ve dodged a bullet with the breadsticks meme and only need to write 250 words in as many minutes as it takes. If it’s tails, you’ve found another Pepe and must do a Fifty Headed Hydra.

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Optional: Write 5x the number of characters in the URL of your main blog.

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Instagram

#ootd: You post a picture of yourself wearing a cute outfit. Get a random number from 1-10 and multiply it by 15. That’s how many likes it gets; write that many words.

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#tbt: It’s Throwback Thursday, and you post a picture that was taken of yourself the day you were born. Add the digits of your birth day together and multiply it by 10; write that number.

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#food: Someone posted a picture of their dinner. How many food pictures does the world really need? Roll the dice and multiply the number by 10. Write that number and hope your friends’ dinner isn’t that many calories.

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Optional: Write the same amount of words as the number of pictures you have posted on Instagram.

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Periscope

Live at Five: It’s time for your daily Periscope! What are you going to talk about today? Write for 30 minutes to meet your usual half hour time quota.

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Hearts: It’s great when people watching your feed hit the screen to send you hearts. Some of them can send so many in such a short amount of time. Sprint for 5 minutes and get as many words as you can.

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Map: People are Periscoping from all over the world! Pull up a map of the state/province/country you live in and point to a random city/town. Search for the distance between where you live and this random place and write as many words as the number of miles/kilometers.

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Optional: Write 5 words for every person you follow on Periscope.

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#934

LOL you can have my tumblr. It’s onceafan-alwaysafan


#935

Thank you :slight_smile:


#936

I’m going to stop there for the night. Got some plotting to do for a new novel and need to do some schoolwork.


#937

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.

WRITTEN: 25 words


#938
minna mitte!

Welcome to the national championships, High Ranker!

You’re up against Kajitsu, a girl who uses Windstorm. In your match, you sense something odd. In the end, she defeats your Clash deck.

You follow her out. You come across a white-haired boy, Yuuki, who’s searching for her, too, and you. When you find her, she activates a strange power.

Her butterflies carry you through a portal.

Write for ten minutes as they do.

You’ve arrived in a strange place called Gran Rolo. You meet Zungurii and the Otherworld Witch, Magisa, there. Strange men try to kidnap you. The only way to stop them is to play Battle Spirits.

Write for ten minutes as you have your first battle in Gran Rolo.

Yuuki challenges you to a match. If you win, he’ll tell you where Zungrii’s family is.

Write for twenty-five minutes as you have your battle with him. He’s very difficult to read.

You and Zungurii argue over his attempts to make you curry. Compared to what you got at home, it’s very spicy. He storms off to find his family, saying you’re going home to eat your family’s curry.

While he’s gone, he finds an X-rare card but passes out from a fall. A man finds and rescues him also giving your friend green curry. To repay the man, he tries to give the man the X-rare. The man asks to be repaid by meeting you. Unbeknownst to you all, he was an enemy who wanted to bring you to Otherworld King.

Write for fifteen minutes as you fight him and his Swift monsters. After you win, he gives you the X-rare your friend found as it suits you better.

After you set out again, you’ve found yourself in sweltering weather. Your Magisa stops you and Zungurii from stopping. He then finds a stream. You then stumble on a cat-eared girl who was fishing. She runs off frightened, so you follow her to her village to return the fish. There, you meet the leader, Sophia, and their bodyguard, Clackey Ray, a fellow high-ranker.

To get you to leave, he challenges you to a match. Write for fifteen minutes as you try to win to prove your innocence.

You won! Now the people of the Mimi village are treating your group handsomely. Clackey still hasn’t warmed up to you yet, though. Anyway, the next day you run into the group the Mimi people thought you were, the Deathmatch Group. After Magisa throws you and Clackey off your post. Since you got up first, you get to fight the Dark Lord, Jin.

Write for twenty minutes as you fight with your awful opening hand. After you win, you will be exhausted, but Clackey will also have warmed up to you and compliments your match.

You’re still in the Mimi Village. Sophia wants to show you the guardian deity’s shrine. There, you find the card collector, Suzuri Hideto. He loves X-rares, and you have to fight him to stop him from taking the guardian deity. Write for fifteen minutes as you do.

Clackey isn’t as keen on walking, so Zungurii carries you both ‘til he sees a Card Stand. There you meet Viole Mai who was looking for a specific opponent. Write for ten minutes as you watch their match.

You’re on Mai’s ship. Meanwhile, Yuuki has to fight Belga for Walhance, a powerful white X-rare. Write for ten minutes as they do.

You’ve made it to the red land. A gate and powerful barrier stand in your way. Write for ten minutes as Clackey battles the gatekeeper to unlock her heart and restore her smile.

In the red land, you find the horizon ladder. There, you find Zungurii’s family and others who were taken from the Mimi village. Along with guards, Yuuki and Kajitsu stand in your way. You must defeat Kajitsu if you want another chance at Yuuki. Write for twenty minutes as you fight her and discover her incredible power.

Mai feels like the spotlight has been taken from her, so she leaves. Clackey has a match with her to feel her out. Write for ten minutes as they do.

You’ve come across the former red soldier, Julian, at a card stand in the blue world. He’s told you not to fight Otherworld King and shown off his trump card, Meteorwurm. You want to see this spirit and to get his help. Write for fifteen minutes as you do.

You’ve arrived at the Grand Rolo Championships! You, Clackey, and others have made it past the gunslinger! Your first opponent is Gaana, a king from the green world. Zungurii and Magisa ate the chocolate he offered, not knowing it was his way of asking for her hand in marriage. Write for fifteen minutes as you fight for their freedom and yours.

You meet a girl, Seiru, who had an encounter with the Dark Lord, Jin. She wanted his cards and to learn to play Battle Spirits. Everyone was hesitant. Clackey agrees to help. He goes up against Lightspeed Shula. Write for ten minutes as you watch. Clackey wins, Shula abandons revenge, and Clackey gets an X-rare from Seiru.

During the semi-finals, Suzuri fights a kid you met recently, Kenzo Hyoudou. Problem is, in his quest for X-rares, he got possessed by a demonic spirit. Write fifteen minutes as they battle.

You’ve made it to the finals! As has Kenzo. Write for twenty minutes as you duke it out!

You wanted to free the Otherworlders with your wish. This can’t happen, so you request a match with Otherworld King. To get it, you had to beat Brustorm. If you lost, you had to become Yuuki’s servant. Write for twenty-five minutes as you fight Brustorm.

You lost and became Yuuki’s servant. He was going to take you to Otherworld King, Pantera said to. This was a lie. Pantera wanted to fight you. Write for twenty-five minutes as you do.

While everyone took care of Kajitsu, you got an audience with the Otherworld King. You’re battling to free everyone. Write for half an hour as you do.

Yuuki returns you to the others. You’re in rough shape, though. To protect you, Mai sneaks off with the dummy balloon of the ship. Write for twenty minutes as she does.

While you’re still asleep, Yuuki tries to get Suzuri to join him. Write for fifteen as they face off.

Kenzo and the others had to fight to protect Kajitsu. You were traumatized to. Kenzou’s battle resurrected your spirit, though. Onward to Mai!

Mai got kidnapped by a Mazoku called Namii. You had to go to the purple world to save her. There, you and Clackey had to face Brustorm and his family. After this, Mai had to fight Namii. Write for ten minutes as she does.

You reunite with Yuuki’s group as allies. You then get blocked by Leon who wants Kajitsu. Yuuki fights to stop this as Zungurii, Suzuri, and Kenzou leave to get you all free. Write for fifteen minutes as this happens.

You need to destroy the Horizon Ladders. To do this, you split up. You go in knowing you might become the sun. Write for twenty-five minutes as everyone battles.

Earth and a section of Gran Rolo have been connected. The leaders convened to plan. One of the presidents met Otherworld King and was sent to oppose you. You won’t let him stop you. Write for ten minutes as you oppose him.

You got Magisa’s deck back. She then got her true power back. After this happens, Yuuki and Kajitsu visit their old house. You and the others try to go after them but magic traps you in the ship.

Yuuki and Kajitsu are confronted by a doll controlled by Otherworld King. It doesn’t go well. The Green Windstorm ceases…

You are later confronted by Leon who wants to get rid of you. Write for fifteen minutes as Magisa fights him.

You and the others split up to make moves. You and Zungurii stay with Yuuki. Green butterflies lead you to Otherworld King. Yuuki fights him and loses. He tells you, you can use your symbols as a tribute to resurrect Kajitsu. Write for fifteen minutes as you fight to decide who it’ll be.

The end is near at hand. You now have to fight Otherworld King to end the conflict. Write for thirty minutes as you do.

The battle is over. As agreed, you take Mother Core from Otherworld King. It’s too intense for an ordinary human. You’ve done enough. A grateful Magisa takes it from you to become a shining goddess. You’re free to go back to your old life. Everyone is happy.


#939

Okay, I really wanna write, but I can;t find the energy so imma try a crawl again to help.

The HP crawl from where I left off early november…

You and your friends decide to join the Dueling Club, and you’re excited to show off your skills!

Word war for fifteen minutes with a friend. The winner of the duel gets bragging rights; the loser has to write an additional 100 words.

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Merry Christmas! Your plans for the day: sneak into the Slytherin common room using Polyjuice potion to interrogate Malfoy and ask if he’s the Heir of Slytherin. Write 400 words as you impersonate a Slytherin student by taking the potion.

If you are in Slytherin, you already have access to the Slytherin common room and may skip this round for free.

Harry approaches you, Ron, and Hermione and tells you that Hagrid very possibly could have opened the Chamber of Secrets when he attended Hogwarts. You’re not sure if you believe him, so write for fifteen minutes as Harry explains his logic to you.

As you’re sitting in the stands waiting for the Gryffindor vs. Hufflepuff Quidditch match to start, Professor McGonagall announces that the match is canceled and that you need to head to your common room immediately. Roll a die, multiply your roll by 100, and write that many words .

The news gets out that Hermione and a Ravenclaw prefect were Petrified, and you, Harry, and Ron decide that it’s time to talk to Hagrid about what happened in the Chamber of Secrets. You have to hide underneath the invisibility cloak when the Minister of Magic arrives and takes Hagrid away. Write for five minutes after he leaves while you wait to see if the coast is clear to head back to the castle.

During your Herbology class, you spot a trail of spiders heading out the door. That night, complete the Three Digit Challenge as you follow the trail and nearly get eaten by Hagrid’s giant spider, Aragog.

If you are in Gryffindor, you aren’t fazed by the terrifying spider and may skip this round for free.

There’s been another message left by the Heir of Slytherin, and this time, Ginny’s been kidnapped. You go with Harry, Ron and Lockhart into the girl’s bathroom, where you discover the entrance to the Chamber of Secrets. Write 300 words as you go down into the chamber.

It’s lucky that Ron broke his wand at the beginning of the year- when Lockhart tries to perform a Memory Charm on you, it backfires on him! He’s the one who loses his memory, plus it causes a part of the ceiling to cave in, separating you and Harry from Ron and Lockhart. Write for twenty minutes as you try to get past the rubble.

It’s no use- you have to go with Harry further into the chamber. Participate in a Fifty-Headed Hydra as you search for the monster.
You are not allowed to skip this round even if you have enough Galleons to do so.
If you write 500 words : You spot Ginny lying on the floor and run to her side. Complete the next two rounds.
If you do not write 500 words : You hear something moving behind you and turn around, spotting the reflection of a giant basilisk in the water on the floor. You are Petrified! Skip the next two rounds and take a thirty minute writing break as time passes and you wait to be revived.

You spot a young man around sixteen who Harry seems to recognize. His name is Tom Riddle, and he reveals that he’s nothing more than a memory of Lord Voldemort’s younger self. When you declare your loyalty to Dumbledore, Tom sets the basilisk on you! Write for 45 minutes as you try to defend yourself and avoid the basilisk’s gaze.

Fawkes flies down into the chamber with the Sorting Hat, and when Harry puts it on, a sword falls out of it, which he uses to kill the basilisk. You take one of the basilisk’s fangs and stab the diary. Write 100 words as the memory of Tom Riddle disappears.

After you get out of the hospital wing from your injuries, the year quickly ends and summer vacation is here. Write for fifteen minutes at the end of year feast before boarding the Hogwarts Express home for the summer.


#940

I completely forgot about this the other time I did it :sweat_smile: I’m going to try and complete it hopefully today :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes: I doubt I will though

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.

WRITTEN: 905


#941

Extreme Social Media Crawl ~ Post 930

You are a bit of a social media addict with lots of websites to check. And boy, do you check them often. Start with a 5 minute word sprint to get your blood pumping.

Twitter

The Tweet: A tweet is 140 characters long, so start simple by writing 140 words.

141 words in 3 minutes and 46 seconds.

Mentions: You scroll through your mentions and see that you’re going to need to spend a good chunk of time replying to everyone. Sprint for 20 minutes.

666 words. Kind of ironic because the entire time I was writing about hell.

Moments: Twitter’s newest feature lets you keep up with news throughout the day. Which tab appeals most to you? Write the number of words that correlates with that tab.

-Today: A collection of the day’s news from all areas. Keep it simple! Write 100 words.

-News: You’re one that wants to know what’s happening around the world. Write 150 words.

-Sports: How’s your team doing today? Write 200 words.

-Entertainment: Everyone loves celebrity gossip. Write 300 words.

-Fun: Fun news, also known as news about cats! This tab can be a big time waster. Write 500 words.

I’m going to do fun. Wish me luck.

513 words in 16 minutes and 38 seconds.

Direct Messages: Someone who follows you and who you follow sends you a direct message. Have a short conversation with this person. Sprint for 2 minutes, aiming for 250 words.

72 words.

Optional: Which list has a higher number, the number of people you follow or the number of people who follow you? Pick the higher number and write that many words, up to 1,000.

I don’t have Twitter so I can’t do this.

Words for Twitter: 1,392

Facebook

Status: It’s been a few days since you checked in. Sprint to your next 100 updating your friends about how noveling is going for you!

169 words in 4 minutes and 30 seconds.

Game Requests: No matter how much you try to stop them, your friends still send them to you. Sprint to the end of your current scene as you try to find the settings to disable the requests.

24 words in 36 seconds.

Pictures: If you see another picture of your friend’s baby, you just may scream. Do your best to wade through the posts by completing a fifty headed hydra (500 words in 5 minutes).

169 words.

Private Message: A friend you haven’t talked to in months messages you. Time for some catch up! Write 1,000 words in an hour.

1,090 words in under an hour.

Optional: How many Facebook friends do you have? Take that number and write the amount, up to 500.

I have 154 friends so I’ll write that many words.

247 words in 6 minutes and 42 seconds.

Words for Facebook: 1,699

Snapchat

Selfie: Perfect your first selfie of the day! This shouldn’t take too long, so sprint for 5 minutes.

132 words.

Stories: Wow! 10 of your friends have updated their stories several times. Unlike the selfie, it’s going to take a bit of time to get through this. Write for 30 minutes.

993 words.

Colouring: The Food Network story sometimes features pages you can colour! How relaxing. Take this one slow and write 200 words in 10 minutes.

204 words in 7 minutes and 48 seconds.

Filters: These new facial recognition filters are fun, albeit a bit weird. As there are always 7, write 700 words.

704 words in 20 minutes and 34 seconds.

Optional: What’s your Snapchat score? Hit the Ghost button at the top of the picture screen to find it. If it’s under 10,000, divide the number by ten and write that many words. If it’s over 10,000, divide the number by 100 and write that many words.

I don’t have Snapchat so I can’t do this

Words for Snapchat: 2,033

Tumblr

The Scroll: Everyone knows what it’s like to be on Tumblr and just scroll… and scroll… and scroll… through pages of other peoples’ posts! How mindless. Write as fast as you can for 10 minutes, aiming for 1,000, to try and make up for how unproductive you were while scrolling.

240 words.

Ask Meme: You’re answering questions based off something you reblogged. Write for an hour.

1,841 words.

Covers: One of your mutuals is an aspiring singer, and they’ve posted a cover. Do a song war with a song that is between 3 and 5 minutes long.

I chose “Little Talks” by Of Monsters and Men, which is 4 minutes and 27 seconds long.

196 words.

Memes: You’re on the last post of a page when you see it. Another Pepe meme. Will another be on the next page? Flip a coin here. If it’s heads, you’ve dodged a bullet with the breadsticks meme and only need to write 250 words in as many minutes as it takes. If it’s tails, you’ve found another Pepe and must do a Fifty Headed Hydra.

I flipped a heads, so I need to write 250 words.

254 words in 6 minutes and 4 seconds.

Optional: Write 5x the number of characters in the URL of your main blog.

onceafan-alwaysafan has 19 characters, and 19 x 5 = 95, so I’m gonna write 95 words.

97 words in 2 minutes and 29 seconds.

Words for Tumblr: 2,628

Instagram

#ootd: You post a picture of yourself wearing a cute outfit. Get a random number from 1-10 and multiply it by 15. That’s how many likes it gets; write that many words.

I got a 4. 4 x 15 = 60, so I’m gonna write 60 words.

64 words in 1 minute and 52 seconds.

#tbt: It’s Throwback Thursday, and you post a picture that was taken of yourself the day you were born. Add the digits of your birth day together and multiply it by 10; write that number.

02 + 01 + 01 = 4 x 10 = 40. I need to write 40 words.

58 words in 1 minute and 14 seconds.

#food: Someone posted a picture of their dinner. How many food pictures does the world really need? Roll the dice and multiply the number by 10. Write that number and hope your friends’ dinner isn’t that many calories.

I rolled a two so I I ned to write 20 words.

29 words in 33 seconds.

Optional: Write the same amount of words as the number of pictures you have posted on Instagram.

I have posted 0 pictures to Instagram, so I did that in 0 seconds.

Words for Instagram: 151

Periscope

Live at Five: It’s time for your daily Periscope! What are you going to talk about today? Write for 30 minutes to meet your usual half hour time quota.

919 words.

Hearts: It’s great when people watching your feed hit the screen to send you hearts. Some of them can send so many in such a short amount of time. Sprint for 5 minutes and

get as many words as you can.

137 words.

Map: People are Periscoping from all over the world! Pull up a map of the state/province/country you live in and point to a random city/town. Search for the distance between where you live and this random place and write as many words as the number of miles/kilometres.

From Perth to Geraldton is 414 km, so I’ll write 414 words.

473 words in 12 minutes and 47 seconds.

Optional: Write 5 words for every person you follow on Periscope.

I don’t have Periscope so I can’t do this

Words for Periscope: 1,529
Total Words: 9,369


#942

Supernatural Crawl

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.

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 he werewolf rips his chest to shreds. Sprint for five minutes to defeat the werewolf and save your friends!

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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

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.

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!


#943

Back to this.

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Merry Christmas! Your plans for the day: sneak into the Slytherin common room using Polyjuice potion to interrogate Malfoy and ask if he’s the Heir of Slytherin. Write 400 words as you impersonate a Slytherin student by taking the potion.

If you are in Slytherin, you already have access to the Slytherin common room and may skip this round for free.

I am a slytherin so…

Harry approaches you, Ron, and Hermione and tells you that Hagrid very possibly could have opened the Chamber of Secrets when he attended Hogwarts. You’re not sure if you believe him, so write for fifteen minutes as Harry explains his logic to you.

I can do that.

144 :sweat:

As you’re sitting in the stands waiting for the Gryffindor vs. Hufflepuff Quidditch match to start, Professor McGonagall announces that the match is canceled and that you need to head to your common room immediately. Roll a die, multiply your roll by 100, and write that many words .

Rolled a six

533 words and that’s good enough tbh

The news gets out that Hermione and a Ravenclaw prefect were Petrified, and you, Harry, and Ron decide that it’s time to talk to Hagrid about what happened in the Chamber of Secrets. You have to hide underneath the invisibility cloak when the Minister of Magic arrives and takes Hagrid away. Write for five minutes after he leaves while you wait to see if the coast is clear to head back to the castle.

111

During your Herbology class, you spot a trail of spiders heading out the door. That night, complete the Three Digit Challenge as you follow the trail and nearly get eaten by Hagrid’s giant s> pider, Aragog.

If you are in Gryffindor, you aren’t fazed by the terrifying spider and may skip this round for free.

only 80 words, okie

did 132 by accident

There’s been another message left by the Heir of Slytherin, and this time, Ginny’s been kidnapped. You go with Harry, Ron and Lockhart into the girl’s bathroom, where you discover the entrance to the Chamber of Secrets. Write 300 words as you go down into the chamber.

mk

It’s lucky that Ron broke his wand at the beginning of the year- when Lockhart tries to perform a Memory Charm on you, it backfires on him! He’s the one who loses his memory, plus it causes a part of the ceiling to cave in, separating you and Harry from Ron and Lockhart. Write for twenty minutes as you try to get past the rubble.

It’s no use- you have to go with Harry further into the chamber. Participate in a Fifty-Headed Hydra as you search for the monster.
You are not allowed to skip this round even if you have enough Galleons to do so.
If you write 500 words : You spot Ginny lying on the floor and run to her side. Complete the next two rounds.
If you do not write 500 words : You hear something moving behind you and turn around, spotting the reflection of a giant basilisk in the water on the floor. You are Petrified! Skip the next two rounds and take a thirty minute writing break as time passes and you wait to be revived.

You spot a young man around sixteen who Harry seems to recognize. His name is Tom Riddle, and he reveals that he’s nothing more than a memory of Lord Voldemort’s younger self. When you declare your loyalty to Dumbledore, Tom sets the basilisk on you! Write for 45 minutes as you try to defend yourself and avoid the basilisk’s gaze.

Fawkes flies down into the chamber with the Sorting Hat, and when Harry puts it on, a sword falls out of it, which he uses to kill the basilisk. You take one of the basilisk’s fangs and stab the diary. Write 100 words as the memory of Tom Riddle disappears.

After you get out of the hospital wing from your injuries, the year quickly ends and summer vacation is here. Write for fifteen minutes at the end of year feast before boarding the Hogwarts Express home for the summer.


#944

@RobotAmbassador roll 1d6


#945

:game_die: 6


#946

@RobotAmbassador roll 8d20


#947

:game_die: 15, 8, 13, 20, 3, 3, 14, 10


#948

15:

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#949

Hi! To find out what I can do, say @RobotAmbassador display help.


#950

guys keep this alive <3


#951

Do you mind If I start a new one, but in the main post have a link to all of them. (Like Pastebins so they are easy to find?) Or do you want to? I think it would be easier and possibly new people would come to have a looksie and join in


#952

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.

My turn

1620 written so far. But I have to go to my Chiropractor appointment. So I’ll be back in like 40 minutes to finish this. (I have to write a lot today…)

Update: Total words written 2968 But I finished my chapter So I’m going to start over with it and then work on the next chapter.