ArttrA-4

A Room8 Writing Game | ArtoonsInn

A group of writers at ArtoonsInn Room8 playing a writing game.

Game RulesGAme entries

Sandy’s Devils

Sandeep Jumrani

Sandeep Jumrani

Minder of team Sandy's Devils

Prompt allotted

A modern day Robin Hood’s conscience comes to life (literally) and demands him/her to offload karma to the beneficiaries to get a ticket to heaven.
Your protagonist (the aforementioned Robinhood) is running out of time and needs to get this before everything comes to and end.


(Proposed by Team Ènthu Cutlets)

Sarveswari

Sarveswari

Claws Club

Sheetal

Sheetal

Beaks Club

Sonal Singh

Sonal Singh

Beaks Club

Anwee

Anwee

Feathers Club

Shristee

Shristee

Nest

Arva

Arva

Beaks Club

Ènthu Cutlets

VijayaKrishna Amaraneni

VijayaKrishna Amaraneni

Minder of team Ènthu Cutlets

Prompt allotted

The protagonist sets upon a journey that changes his destiny.

(Proposed by Team Knight Writers)

Pallavi Suri

Pallavi Suri

Watcher

Shweta Singh

Shweta Singh

Nest

Kaberi

Kaberi

Feathers Club


Shankar

Shankar

Wings Club

Sarita

Sarita

Feathers

Nitika

Nitika

Nest

Knight Writers

Priyan C Karthik

Priyan C Karthik

Minder of team Knight Writers

Prompt allotted

They say love makes the world go round. We have witnessed some amazing classic love stories like Romeo and Juliet, Laila and Majnu, Shah Jahan and Mumtaz, we have also lived through the celluloid versions of others like DDLJ, the Notebook, etc. Some stories have seen the rising sun while for other’s there was no light after the tunnel.

This ArttrA, we want you to revive any of those classic love stories albeit set in the present modern times. Mould it, bend it or tweak it and five these classic stories the freshness they deserve without changing the essence of the story
The catch – Get creative. Tweak the ending. GIve it a brand new twist.
Have fun!

(Proposed by Team Sandy’s Devils)

Anuradha

Anuradha

Nest

Kruthi

Kruthi

Guest

Ranjit

Ranjit

Beaks Club

Sanchari

Sanchari

Feathers Club

Sangeetha

Sangeetha

Nest

Sudha V

Sudha V

Feathers Club

Game Rules

  1. Word limit: Minimum 2000 and maximum 2500 words.
    Please note that End-notes/footnotes in entries will be excluded from Word count only when they stand independent to the story and act as reference.
    Examples for end-notes that will NOT be included in word count:
    Glossary, Credits, Reference links
    Examples for end-notes that WILL be included in word count:
    Epilogue, Author Notes (If the story depends on it for clarification), Post Script
  2. 1 entry per person. The first entry you send will be considered as the (final) competing entry. Only Word documents are considered. No previously published writings. No plagiarism.
  3. Email your entry to writers@artoonsinn.com with the subject “ArttrA-4 Entry | Team Title”. Entries submitted after the deadline will not be considered eligible for competing or receive a Participation card.
  4. Send a high quality, non-copyrighted cover picture along with your story (Refer www.unsplash.com). ArtoonsInn appreciates your sending the photographer credits along with the picture. Please note that entries sent without a cover attested may be delayed in sharing.
  5. ArtoonsInn Rulfy Policy: Be a good Artoon – When someone requests you to read their story by dropping a #rulfy on yours, read, review and rate theirs and inform them about it with #rulfied.
  6. Published Entries on the ArtoonsInn website will be shared in the Writers and Readers’ Room | ArtoonsInn on Facebook for the public to read.
  7. Submissions close on 25th October 2019 at 23:59 IST. Winning team announcement on Recognition Day, 30th November 2019. The winning team members get 2 books each from the other 2 teams.
  8. Entries are expected in Prose-style with coherent Short Story diction. Ballads/Narrative poems will be disqualified.
  9. Enjoy writing!

NOTE: This is an exclusive game hosted by ArtoonsInn and conducted at ArtoonsInn’s Room8 – the Writers and Readers’ Room.

Check out FAQs of ArttrA-4 here: https://artoonsinn.com/room8/arttra-guide-artoonsinn/

–>Members selected by Minders to their teams from room8 are considered competing.
–>Check out the Minder’s role and responsibilities here: https://artoonsinn.com/guidelines-for-minders-arttra/
–>A team comprising of 7 members each, write a short story for the prompt allotted to their team.
–>Guest entries for all prompts are welcome.
–>Participation cards are awarded to all participants.
Here is what you can do using a participation card:
https://artoonsinn.com/participation-card/

Disclaimer 1: By sending your story to us, you are allowing ArtoonsInn to share your story on our website www.artoonsinn.com accepting all ArtoonsInn website policies.

Disclaimer 2: Your stories may be subjected to receive serious criticism. Kindly know about Artoons’ rights here:
https://artoonsinn.com/fundamentalrightsofartoons/

–>Participants may wish to have their stories shared as an anonymous entries. However, the team title will be shared along with the entry.

–>Stories written prior to the event or works previously published elsewhere are neither considered for winning nor encouraged. Anyone sharing previously published content may be barred from the Game.

–>Participants accused of plagiarism will be removed from the ArtoonsInn community.

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