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    Announcing The Org Arena Screenshot contest!

    The winner will receive a $50 game of their choosing!

    Yes, with only a good screenshot you could win a $50 game! Submit a screenshot that best captures a moment of fierce action, dramatic explosions, or just a serene and beautiful landscape!

    In order to mark the release of Total War: Shogun 2, The Org is sponsoring this contest to highlight the creativity of our members and see what exciting images they can capture.

    So go play some of your favorite games and show us all why a picture is worth a thousand words!

    The submission thread is located here, so please go there to post your entries and read the rules.

    Best of luck,

    Crazed Rabbit

    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    • The contest has now started and will run until April 18, 10 pm Pacific Standard Time. All entries must be made before then.
    • Screenshots must be your own.
    • Each member can submit two screenshots (no creating double accounts for more entries).
    • No photoshopping except for cropping.
    • Screenshots can be from any game, but must comply with The Org forum rules: https://forums.totalwar.org/vb/showth...-The-Guild-FAQ
    • To decide the winner, all entries will be split evenly among several polls, if necessary, for members to vote on. The top 10 screenshots from these polls will be put in one final poll for members to vote on. Husar and I will act as judges in the event of a tie.
    • All members participating must have at least 10 posts to their credit by the time the contest is over.
    • No cheating, exploiting the rules, or otherwise interfering with the contest in any way.
    • The game must be chosen from an online game selling service that allows people to gift games to other peoples (ex Steam), and must cost fifty United States dollars ( 50 USD ) or less before taxes. This service must allow someone living in the United States to gift games and must be completely legal in the United States.
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