Dragon Name Contest #2 WinnersJanuary 25, 2015
The second Dragon Name Contest has wrapped up, and we're ready to announce the winners! There were so many great entries that we selected four winners instead of three. Thanks to everyone who participated! The winners are:
Check out the winning entries and honorable mentions here.
Stay tuned for more updates and events, including a Jarl's Bounty next weekend!
ForelnaarJanuary 17, 2015
Explore the ancient ruins of Forelnaar in this point-and-click adventure game! Decipher clues written in the dragon language to make your way through the dungeon and unravel the secrets left behind by the Priests of the Pale. If you're a site member, you'll also have the opportunity to earn up to 300 and a legendary item for your Hoard, Kavarin's Blade.
Share your discoveries in the comments or in the official discussion thread. Have fun!
January 12, 2015
"Aan kruziik rahnaar kriist nau strunmah gut ko diin brom."
Dragon Name Contest #2January 4, 2015
It's time to kick off the new year with a contest! For anyone who didn't get to participate the first time around, the dragon name contest is back. Your task is to create a dragon name of your own and write a short Word Wall dedicated to your dragon. Be sure to take a look at the previous winners!
Winning entries will be featured in a collection here in the Library. You don’t need to be a member to enter, but if you are there’s a 120 gold prize for the top 3 entries.
Here's one of the winning entries from the previous dragon name contest for example:
“Frost Devour Ice”
Faal sahrot Foduiiz
The mighty Foduiiz
Contest Entry Guidelines
Names should consist of 2-3 words in the dragon language and be no more than 3 syllables in length. Entries with dragon names that are longer than 3 syllables are unlikely to be considered! Read the Dragon Names & Shouts lesson for more guidelines and ideas regarding dragon names.
Word Walls should be roughly between 10-30 words in length, or approximately 2-4 lines. As shown in the example above, Word Walls tend to be very brief and like to rely on context clues for full meaning. Submit text only – you’re more than welcome to make your own graphics or images based on your dragon or Word Wall if you’d like, but images are not a part of this contest and will not be used in the results.
Entries do not need to be canon-only. You can use any word from the expanded dictionary for your entry. If you participated in the previous contest, you are more than welcome to enter again with a new entry.
The contest will be open for entries until Friday, January 23rd. Pruzah pel, good luck!