We're giving away copies of Sacred 2, the massive, sprawling, vast and possible enormous Diablo-style RPG. Today we have an Xbox 360 copy up for grabs, and we also find out who won yesterday's PS3 copy.
UPDATE: Wednesday's draw is now closed.
To recap: yesterday we gave away one PS3 collectors edition of Sacred 2, thanks to distributor Madman Interactive. Today it's the turn of the Xbox 360 edition while tomorrow sees another PS3 day before Friday is the second and final 360 day. Make sure you leave your entry in the comments of the correct post!
How do you enter?
RPGs are all about questing, adventure and the life of your character. Your character journal or quest log is the record of that life.
To be in the running to win, I want you to write a journal entry of your quest to win this competition. The most creative, imaginative, funny and/or well-written prose will win. I’m not going to set any word limit on this, but… just don’t go nuts, ok?
Leave your entry in the comments between now and 2pm tomorrow when the next post goes up. And good luck!
The PS3 winner for Tuesday is "loke", whose entry amused me no end. Here it is in full:
King Darvid, your mentor on the winding journey called life has suggested that you attempt to solve a dispute over the ownership of a ’sacred’ goose a mysterious animal he procured and found after his conquests in the lands of Kutako.
Darvid provided you with a suggestion, namely to return to him with what must surely be an epic describing his exploits which will be sung of and recited within his majesty’s very own royal halls until kingdom come.
You left on a journey of self discovery in order to gather ideas, to put into verse which took only the better part of one evening. During the time you spent sitting on one spot this is all you could come up with:
Oh Darvid tamer of thy gamer masses set forth a great challenge. During one of his conquests he foundeth the sacred goose when he stumbleth in a puddleth of muddleth, to which he raised a toast in praised. A goose, why, not another creature existed that was of nobler nature other than man. From his perch upon his throne, Darvid, generous as only he can be proposed the deliverance of the goose into different hands. Oh how generous can one be to gift such value to a stranger though alas I must admit that a human of lowly stature such as me, unfortunately lack the means of which to house the goose.
Darvid was highly impressed by the length of attention span and effort exhibited in your epic and granted that you would know his judgement within the a day. That is not to say that you would receive the goose but take into consideration your entry.
Darvid vacates his throne in order to retire to his chambers. You have done all you can to convince Darvid. The decision rests within his hands.
You retire to bed to await his final decision tomorrow.