1. if you give up your right to vote in the round
2c elimination round, you will earn one point. this means that you will not be able to cast an elimination
vote for round two.
2. if you'll give up your right to be voted back into the game, in the
event that you are eliminated before the bring back round, in round 5d, you'll earn one point. this
means that no matter when you are voted out, you will have 0 chance of getting back into the game until the next season begins.
3. (this one is designed to make people not like you. you'll have to
be or act fully honest when fulfilling the requirements of this one). if you will publicly state, on the game thread, that
you do not like anyone in this game, you will earn one point. you must say this to each player, personally,
with a unique insult or something you do not like about each individual player. this must be done within 48 hours of submitting
this form or you will be eliminated from the game all-together.
4. (this one is designed to make people not like you.) if you take away
3 veto points (not to be confused with points for this competition in particular) from everyone in the game other than yourself,
you will earn one point. if you accept this one, it will become public knowledge that you did so as soon
as this competition is over and the results are revealed.
5. you must say "yes" in field number 4 in order to say "yes" in this
field. (this one is designed to make people not like you.) if you take away another two veto points
(not to be confused with points for this competition in particular) from everyone in the game other than yourself, you will
earn another one point. if you accept this one, it will become public knowledge that you did so as
soon as this competition is over and the results are revealed.
6. if you give up your right to compete in and win the next veto competition,
in round 2b, you will earn two points. this means that you may still compete in it, but you will not be able
to win the veto.
7. this field is seperate from field number 6. you can still answer "yes"
in this field even if you answered "no" in field number 6. if you give up your right to compete in and
win the third veto competition, in round 7b, you will earn two points. this means that you may
still compete in it, but you will not be able to win the veto.
8. if you agree to be automatically nominated in the next round,
you will earn two points. this means that unless you win PTN1 (not PTN2) in round 2a, you will be
automatically nominated for elimination in round 2c. it is important to keep in mind, here, that if you have not
bid away your elligibility to compete in the next veto round (in other words, if you said "no" to field number 6) then winning
the veto in that round would still grant you the ability to take yourself off of the nomination block and
replace yourself with another player. however, if you did answer "yes" to field number 6, and you answer "yes" to this field,
the only thing that can save you from being nominated (but not necessarily eliminated, because that comes after voting) would
be winning PTN1.
9. if you settle with only being able to go to final two and no further,
you will earn 3 points. this means that you can make it to final two, but you will be automatically
inelligable to win the game, overall. so in essence, you'd be playing for 2nd place.
and now to entice ya'll with things you can earn if you don't feel that the veto
is of much importance right now. afterall, this competition is also designed to set those without a strong alliance,
those who need the veto, at a disadvantage from the get-go. it is sour and can cause much ill-will, but it is still true that
this is a popularity vs. un-popularity contest, as i've heard so many complain about. but in the end, the only winner
of a completed VOC to date has been someone from the arguably unpopular side.
10. if you are willing to give up points toward winning this competition,
you may exchange them for veto points that will go toward winning vetos in the rounds that there are no veto
competitions in (you will learn more about this later or a little bit now by reading about veto points). once again,
do not mistake veto points for points used toward winning this particular competition. they are two compeltely different
things. each competition point (points for this competition) will exchange for one veto point. make sure to tally
up the points you have earned for this competition so that you don't try and exchange too many, though you can exchange all
of your competition points for veto points, which would pretty well ensure you a veto in the future. i know this veto
points thing is a tad-bit confusing, but once they actually come into play and you are able to use them, it will all be easily
explained. in this field, enter "yes" or "no" then the number of points you'd liek to exchange if you answered "yes".
11. for an unsaid advantage (but a good advantage, trust me) in the the
next veto competition, in round 2b, you can give up two points. this means that 24 hours before the veto
competition starts, you will recieve an email that will give you a heads-up about and a hint on winning the veto competition.
12. for a very helpful hint to solving the secret immunity puzzle once
it is published at the beginning of round 2a, you may give up two points. this means that 24 hours before
the immunity puzzle is released, you will be emailed an extremely helpful hint towards solving it and winning yourself a secret
thnx for playing,