Hello, my name is Osnil. I was told games go in Writing Prompts, and the Mods classified this as such. Before I go into tons of detail, I'm going to describe briefly how this works. I, the writer, take twelve contestants from any kind of media (comics, movies, books, TV) and put them in a contest where the basic goal is to survive either by living through events such as floods, battling one another, or simply not starving or dying of thirst. The game ends when one character is left standing. I know what's going through your head right now: "Where's the interactive part?" I'll tell you. It's in the part where you, the readers, suggest events, contestants, and even vote on which ones are chosen. In fact, when the combat session comes, you help decide who is the lucky not to be involved. Now, here's how the first part of the interactive section works: We will have the first twenty suggestions (three suggestions per person) for contestants put into a poll. The top eleven in the poll will be elected. The twelfth will be my little secret. And for clarification, each character will receive standard equipment that they can carry. As for events, since I don't know how long the Game will last, just suggest them, and every so often I'll put up a poll to decide which out of five of the suggested options when the time comes. Suggestions for events could be a simple natural disaster, or as crazy as a zombie apocalypse. I'll take a look. Combat sections are done as follows: A poll will go up, and the person with the least votes will be the first contestant. Though, I will warn you, just because Batman has the most votes, does not mean he gets out of combat. The second contestant, which I pick, will be decided by who I think is the best match. For instance, Batman has the most votes. James Bond has none. The pick is between Thor, Batman, and James Bond. I am most likely going to put James Bond in the ring with Batman Combat has one of three endings-each with it's own rewards. It could result in a one man kills, the other is killed, resulting in the winner gaining information on his remaining opponents and a special object (Batmobiles included). The second ending, the KO, happens when the opponent is immobilized, resulting in the winner picking either information or an item, and his opponent getting the one not chosen. The dual fatalities is when both characters die in battle-no rewards given. Combat does have a plus side. The contestant(s) surviving the combat round are immune to the next event. Events are done as follows: an event will be voted on (out of five), the characters not in combat will be transported to the Event Zone (More on Zones below) then I will look at the characters, and determine whether that person would be able to survive that event. For instance, Sonic the Hedgehog can't swim, so he wouldn't be able to survive a flood. The survivors of the event are rewarded with their lives. The Surviving section is more of my freestyle round. At the beginning of the Game, characters will randomly be divided into three Zones, to prevent unfair advantage. Each Zone will have it's own distinct theme, hazards, and secrets. The Survival Round will be the part where romances are made, backstabbing is done (will rarely use that one), Bosses are fought (If defeated, a secret Zone is revealed), secret items are found, and, of course, collecting food and water. The process will repeat until one contestant remains. Alright. Understand? Feel free to ask me questions either by message, or by posting here. Things I need: Suggestions for Events, Contestants, and Zones By this time next week, I should be able to have everything ready to begin. Let Ultimate Survival Begin!