*the players remaining counts change to exclude those players who withdraw from the game. counts are for the very beginnings of the rounds they appear in. (after january 15th you will be able to click on any PTN competition name and any past veto competition name to see details about that competition). scroll down to the bottom for additional information on the general rules regarding the way rounds will be played out.  note that: the veto competition descriptions will never be given out in advance.

round 1      a                  14 players remain

PTN competition: miniature battle royale

PTN round: there will be two PTN's awarded, called PTN1 and PTN2. PTN1, in this case, will award you immunity for round 1b and round 1c and cost you the responsibility of nominating 2 players for elimination. PTN2, however, won't award you immunity, but it will still cost you the responsibility of nominating two other players for elimination. as a warning for this and every PTN competition, be choosy about when you win and when you lose.

once the two PTN holders have made their nominations, we will move onto round 1b.

             b

veto competition:  the importance of veto 

veto round: 1 player will be awarded veto and may take anyone they would like, including themselves, off of the nominations block, replacing themselves with one other player who does not have immunity.

once the veto holder has decided what to do with the veto, and has done it, we will move onto round 1c.

             c

elimination round: everyone will vote, including the four players who are nominated for elimination, against one nominee besides themselves. the two nominees with the most votes against them at the end of the round will be eliminated from the game.

 

round 2      a                  12 players remain

PTN competition: speed trivia, part 1 of 2

PTN round: there will be two PTN's awarded, called PTN1 and PTN2. PTN1, in this case, will award you immunity for round 2b and round 2c and cost you the responsibility of nominating 2 players for elimination. PTN2, however, won't award you immunity, but it will still cost you the responsibility of nominating 1 other player for elimination.

once the two PTN holders have made their nominations, we will move onto round 2b.

             b

veto competition: orientation

veto round: 1 player will be awarded veto and may take anyone they would like, including themselves, off of the nominations block, replacing themselves with one other player who does not have immunity.

once the veto holder has decided what to do with the veto, and has done it, we will move onto round 2c.

             c

elimination round: everyone will vote, including the three players who are nominated for elimination, against one nominee besides themselves. the one nominee with the most votes against them at the end of the round will be eliminated from the game.

 

round 3      a                  11 players remain

PTN competition: speed trivia, part 2 of 2.

PTN round: there will be one PTN awarded, called, simply, PTN. this will award you immunity for round 3b and 3c and cost you the responsibility of nominating 2 players for elimination.

once the PTN holder has made their nominations, we will move on to round 3b.

             b

veto points round, number 1 of 3: there is no veto competition in round 3. instead, the player with the most veto points when round 3a began will automatically be awarded the veto. keep in mind, there are no restrictions on participating in this round and being able to win the veto, for this is not a veto competition.

veto round: 1 player will be awarded veto and may take anyone they would like, including themselves, off of the nominations block, replacing themselves with one other player who does not have immunity.

once the veto holder has decided what to do with the veto, and has done it, we will move onto round 2c.

             c

elimination round: everyone will vote, including the two players who are nominated for elimination, against one nominee besides themselves. the one nominee with the most votes against them at the end of the round will be eliminated from the game.

 

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