Boat Race Event

On Saturday March 1st, VeteranCraft will be hosting a Boat Race Event. This event takes place in a custom water raceway designed and built by our very own Nak1030 and MusicPlayer16.

Boat Race?

 We will be releasing four competitors at a time, the first to pass the finish line wins.  Before the races begins competitors will be given the opportunity to complete one practice lap around the course in order to get a feel for the boat as well as the track itself. After the practice round, groups will be determined and each competitor will be given nine boats. A race official will press a button, initiating a quick countdown of red, yellow, then green. Dispensers will place a boat in the water, at which point competitors may enter and begin! The first competitor to cross the finish line will be awarded the prize. There will be a competition among the winner of each round, where the champions of each race will face off against each other for the grand prize.

Boat Race Information

Saturday March 1st, 2014
6:00 PM Eastern
Warp Sign at Spawn

Rules

  1. No donor perks allowed.
  2. Competitors may crash into other boats, but they risk the chance that their own boat will break.
  3. Competitors may not punch or attack another boat.
  4. Competitors are not permitted to jump over the wall to advance to another part of the course.
  5. There will be dispensers placed periodically throughout the course containing boats. Competitors may use these if they run out of boats.
  6. Competitors must be online one half hour before the event begins.

Breaking any of these rules will result in disqualification from the race, and a temporary ban.

Prizes

The winner of each round will win 5,000.00 shillings.
The grand prize winner will earn an additional 10,000.00 shillings.

Q&A

Q: How do I sign up for this event?
A: Click here.

Q: May we use donor perks?
A: No.

Q: May we bring food?
A: Yes, you may bring as much food as you want.

 Q: May we bring our own boats?
A: No, boats will be provided.

Q: Can we wear armor?
A: No, it is not necessary.

Q: I have a question not answered here, or something I would like clarified. Where do I ask?
A: Ask in this thread, so that those not online when you ask may also review your question. 

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