TEAM XP COMPETITION!!!!
I had to repost because my other one somehow got deleted but I had the post copied just in case.
Hey everyone I hope you all are having a wonderful day and Merry Christmas! For the holidays I decided to have a Team XP Competition!!
The Competition will begin on Jan. 1 and ends Jan. 31. The prize will be 25 lingots per person on the winning team.
Special award if your team gets 50,000 XP or more of 10 lingots.
We will have 5 teams of 3 and there will be a captain for each team. The Team leader will be in charge of keeping in track of their teammates xp. You will need to follow me and your team to keep up with your teams XP.
Every participant must be active and have fun and be nice
TO ENTER YOU WILL NEED TO: Comment if you want to be leader and what the team name is or comment the name of what team you want to be on. Follow me and your team to keep up with each other
Donations will be open and if I receive any than the grand prize will increase.
THERE IS NO TESTING OUT OR CHEATING AT ALL!!!
IMPORTANT: I will update the leaderboard every day or 2 so stay tuned for that
1st place! : Cliffs of Dover
You have been awarded your 20 lingots!
Hi everyone, I've just arrived to team 5 "Cliffs of Dover" to complete it and I wish we all have a lot fun!!
By the way, I hope that the organiser doesn't mind the following comment about the contest rules. I read that if a team got to 80,000 XP, they would have a special reward, and I couldn't help thinking: OMG, is it possible to get this far without burning out!?? So I'll tell you why I'm thinking this, and it's based in personal experience: Recently I've been in a monthly XP contest with over 20 participants, and the winner "only" got to 22399 XP, whereas the second got to 15189 XP, and the 3rd got to 6568 XP (I only got to 5310 XP and was fourth, but I hope to get more XPs this time!!). So if the 3 first participants would have been in one team, they had only gotten around 45,000 XP, and they were the best of the best of our contest!!! That's why I think that the goal to get to 80,000 XP is quite unrealistic.
So IMHO to get to 50,000 XP, or even only to 40,000 XP should be enough to win this competition (i.e. that each of the 3 members of the best team achieved a daily average of about 500 XP). Well, let's see. Good luck to everybody and happy new year!! ;D
Yeaaaah that's right, now I'm living in Duoland!!! ;-D Seriously, from January 1st I've been beginning my particular 3-month German challenge, I wanted among other resources to do at least 3 Duolingo German trees (German from Spanish, German from English and 1 or 2 reversed trees). The good news is that I completed the first one in just 3 days!!!!! But the trick was that I "skipped" the hard parts, so now I have to review the tree at least 7 days to learn things properly, before going for another tree (which I think it will be a reset Esperanto one. I had two, one from Eng. and the other from Spanish, but didn't finish any of them). Next of course I'll keep doing my German challenge, with maybe some French in the middle. ;-)))
I suppose coz we haven't seen him here since infinity, and probably he doesn't even exist here ..
plus you would get a taste of this competition too....
and finally after looking at the scorecards I feel its a one sided affair...
After all its a request and its your choice to take the decision.. : )