Contest currently closed.
Welcome to the World Weaver’s Championship!
There are many contests on W.com which look at genre stories or answers to a given prompt.
Those of you who have participated in the Character Gauntlet by Mynt* will know it is a little bit different: 15 days of prompts to help you flesh out your character and earn a little recognition in the process.
The World Weavers’ Championship is my effort to expand on where the Gauntlet leaves off. Here we’ll tackle the set, the cultures and politics and the part your world plays in your story. That’s not to say that this is a strictly fantasy or sci-fi contest! This applies just as much to the fictional representations of contemporary or historical settings.
When the contest is not running, come visit World Weavers' Network .
Round Ten commences ...?
Round Ten will run from [X] to [X] (7 days : 7 prompts)
Each day of the Championship a new prompt will be issued at 5pm (17:00) WDC time. Contestants then have 24 hours in which to compose and upload their entry. Late entries will be marked down and three late entries disqualifies the contestant.
You must complete every prompt of the round to qualify for the winners’ podium. It’s recommended you register your interest before the first prompt is issued.
Each entry must be linked in a post in this forum and be presented in the B-Item or F-Entry format.
All entries must be newly written for the contest.
There is no minimum or maximum word count, but you must provide a word count for each entry within the item.
All ratings and genres are accepted.
Editing an entry after submission is not allowed.
First place is a 25k awardicon and
an Attention to Detail merit badge or equivalent GPs
Second place is a 25k awardicon or 25k GPs
Third place is a 10k awardicon or 10k GPs
conditional awards ▼
Donations to World Weavers are appreciated.
[A] indicates a tagged article
[NL] indicates a tagged newsletter
[R10] indicates a post about round 8 exercises.
Related items can be found in World Weavers' Binder
Please check out Contest Central Station for more contests.
A special thank you to Dawn Embers for featuring us in several of her newsletters,
Elle in "Fantasy Newsletter (August 5, 2015)"
and Legerdemain in "Contests & Activities Newsletter (August 9, 2017)"
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