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Poll: (NON-BINDING) Allow non-fatal elimination events? TVT HGS bans them, for reference.
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I'll quit if they're allowed.
0%
0 0%
I'd prefer they be forbidden.
25.00%
6 25.00%
I don't really care.
45.83%
11 45.83%
I'd prefer they be allowed.
29.17%
7 29.17%
I'll quit if they're forbidden.
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0 0%
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Hunger Games Simulator - Trouble Cube Edition
- Light Field (nickname Snake) (he/him)
- River (she/her)

Both are safe.
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"..."

"...Hahah! Victory! This will be quite the story to tell my brother when I return..."



new tributes time!

these two are sisters so do not ship them with each other
— IT WAS LIKE A TIME BOMB SET INTO MOTION —
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Team "these two had an interesting arc when i shoved them in TVT HGS let's see if history repeats"
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Kazuma Kiryu (male, safe)
Goro Majima (male, safe)
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WALL-E and EVE (safe)
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I'll do something different and randomly pick from my extremely long TVT tribute queue: here be my first champions from its HGS branch's two iterations: Anger (OG S53) and Greg Universe (Reboot S22)
Sometimes the best tributes are the ones that make you laugh.
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Team "The Megucas in a World of Supers":
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Maki Shidou (16) and Suzuka Konohana (16)
If you are hunting trouble lad...You found it!
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Maribelle (yellow as per my personal Fire Emblem Awakening character ages guide, also used in TVT HGS, which notes her as 16 pre-Time Skip) and Ricken (yellow, 14 pre-Time Skip as per the guide)
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And now for a detective duo most furry...

Roman(Roman's Christmas)

Judy Hopps (Zootopia)
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a bunch of albums and Souther.
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Arthur Skiggs (Male - Safe) 

Mindy Mercedes  (Female - Yellow - 14)
I like bananas. They're yellow.
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Team "Animation & Animation"
* The Chosen One
* The Second Coming

(both safe)


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I don't understand any of this... I'm in a world of complete insanity...
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GG! I'm glad the Bus made it as far as it did. Now, let's introduce some Ne'er-do-well Narrators, shall we?

The Balladeer (SAFE)

Rod Serling (SAFE)
You know what they say. All toasters toast toast.
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ok. ok

Marceline (female, green)

Businesswoman Eating Hamburger (female, safe)
"I worry exactly the right amount. You can never worry too much!" - Tulio
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GG! Helena did well, surprisingly. Too bad she died from Hunger right before the feast.


My tributes are:


Henry (Male)

June (Female)

Both are Orange
Our words are backed with NUCLEAR WEAPONS!
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32nd place... bruh momento!

tributes are:

Death The Thirteen (F). She's yellow i am so tired of debating about her age in my head i can figure it out later.

Yew (M), Yellow
it is me. awe921, the greatest face in all of koridai
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My Tributes:

Chef Beck (he/him, safe)

Box (it/its, safe)
who needs the peas corps

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In another news, I've just switched my tributes in response to Kafka nominating Ran and Chen. Suzuran and Mousse were chosen as they were intended to be nominated back in a TVT HGS season as a response to Kaf choosing Ran and Chen, but I missed out on it.
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Monsta X and Lee Hoseok (nickname: Wonho)

Both male (Monsta X is a group tribute,) both safe.
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Event Ideas-

Fatal Events* After (Player1) (kills/kills/kills/kills/kill1) (Player2), the remaining tributes all stop what they're doing, and sing a song about them being glad that Player2) (is/is/is/is/are2) dead. 

* Before (Player1) (ends/ends/ends/ends/end1) up killing (Player2), the former has one thing to ask the latter. "Do you think your (role/role/role/role/roles2) (is/is/is/is/are2) important? (IT'S/IT'S/IT'S/IT'S/THEY'RE2) NOT!"

* (Player1) (forces/forces/forces/forces/force1) (Player2) to run through an endless staircase until the latter (dies/dies/dies/dies/die2).

* (Player1) (competes/competes/competes/competes/compete1) in a car race against (Player2) and (Player3) by using (a dragster/a dragster/a dragster/a dragster/dragsters1). (Player1) (dies/dies/dies/dies/die1) in said race though since dragsters can't turn.

* (Player1) (puts/puts/puts/puts/puts1) (Player2) in solitary confinement after the latter (uses/uses/uses/uses/use2) a bomb to kill (Player3).

* (Player1) (is/is/is/is/are1) very upset at (Player2) for killing some birds and (summons/summons/summons/summons/summon1) a humanoid war machine to successfully kill (Player2) in revenge.

* (Player1) ((summons/summons/summons/summons/summon1) a gigantic cat in order to successfully kill (Player2) right before the former (takes/takes/takes/takes/take1) a nap.

* (Player1) (gets/gets/gets/gets/get1) eaten by a cow plant.



Non-Fatal Events* (Player1) (casts/casts/casts/casts/cast1) a spell to have everybody forget something [typeA1] didn't want everybody else to know about [typeB1].

* When (Player1) (calls/calls/calls/calls/call1) (Player2) (a villain/a villain/a villain/a villain/villains2), the latter (responds/responds/responds/responds/respond2) by stating that [typeA2] (is/is/are/is/are2) not (a villain/a villain/a villain/a villain/villains2) but (an anti-hero/an anti-hero/an anti-hero/an anti-hero/anti-heroes2).

* "Thank you for your help, (idiot/idiot/idiot/idiot/idiots2)!" (Player1) (says/says/says/says/say1) to (Player2).

* President Snow issues a decree where any superpowers the tributes may have shall be stripped away from them. The first (victim/victim/victim/victim/victims1) of this decree {happens/happens/happens/happens/happen1) to be (Player1).

* (Player1) (confuses/confuses/confuses/confuses/confuse1) (Player2) with (Player3).

* (Player1) (hopes/hopes/hopes/hopes/hope1) (Player2) (gets/gets/gets/gets/get2) bit by (a freaking crocodile/a freaking crocodile/a freaking crocodile/a freaking crocodile/freaking crocodiles2).

* A wild dog comes up to (Player1), and tells [typeB1] to kill the radio.

* (Player1) (flicks/flicks/flicks/flicks/flick1) a dagger for fifteen minutes.

* (Player1) (wants/wants/wants/wants/want1) to fight with strangers.

* (Player1) (makes/makes/makes/makes/make1) a flashy entrance in front of (Player2), and (says/says/says/says/say1) to [typeB2] "Hello (Player2)". (Bloodbath)



Life-Or-Death Carnival Games Arena EventAll of the remaining tributes are forced to play some life-or-death carnival games.

Non-Fatal Event

* After (Player1) (gets/gets/gets/gets/get1) a very high score in playing Whack-A-Mole, (typeA1] (ends/ends/ends/ends/end1) up being able to survive this arena event.

Fatal Events

* (Player1), (Player2), and (Player3) all die as a punishment for losing a pie-eating contest against (Player4).

* (Player1) and (Player2) are forced to play darts against each other. (Player1) (ends/ends/ends/ends/end1) up winning while (Player2) (dies/dies/dies/dies/die2) after losing the game.

* (Player1), (Player2), and (Player3) all die as a punishment for losing a game of Bingo against (Player4).

* (Player1) (is/is/is/is/are1) unable to win a game of Skee-Ball against (Player2), and (ends/ends/ends/ends/end1) up dying because of that.

* (Player1) (dies/dies/dies/dies/die2) after getting a vey low score in a high striker game.



Wonderland Arena EventThe remaining tributes all got sent down a portal to Wonderland.

Non-Fatal Event

* (Player1) (escapes/escapes/escapes/escapes/escape1) Wonderland.

Fatal Events

* (The Queen of Hearts has (Player1) off with [typeC1] (head/head/head/head/heads1).

* The Red Queen kills (Player1) for mistaking her with the Queen of Hearts.

* (Player1) (gets/gets/gets/gets/get1) killed by the Jabberwocky.

* The Cheshire Cat tricks (Player1) as well as (Player2) into falling for a trap that would end up killing those tributes.

* The residents of Wonderland all decide to team up together to kill (Player1) as well as (Player2).

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Fatal (5):
(Player1) (kills/kills/kills/kills/kill1) (Player2), (cuts/cuts/cuts/cuts/cut1) [typeB2] up, and (stuffs/stuffs/stuffs/stuffs/stuff1) [typeB2] up inside of [typeC1] secret meat box.
(Player1) (sends/sends/sends/sends/send1) a flock of crows to eat (Player2) alive.
(Player1) (sends/sends/sends/sends/send1) a flock of crows to eat (Player2) alive. But the crows turn on (Player1) and eat [typeB1] as well.
(Player1) (eats/eats/eats/eats/eat1) a lemon and (dies/dies/dies/dies/die1).
With the energy of all other tributes on Earth, (Player1) (launches/launches/launches/launches/launch1) a Super Spirit Bomb, which kills (Player2), (Player3), (Player4), (Player5), and (Player6).

Nonfatal (6):
(Player1) (prepares/prepares/prepares/prepares/prepare1) a salvo.
(Player1) (reads/reads/reads/reads/read1) the previous season. [TypeA1] (is/is/are/is/are1) shocked by the surprise winner.
They fight, and bite, and fight and fight and bite! Fight, fight, fight! Bite, bite, bite! The (Player1) & (Player2) Show!
Hey all, (Player1) here!
(Player1) (wonders/wonders/wonders/wonders/wonder1) what's for dinner.
(Player1) (asks/asks/asks/asks/ask1) (Player2) what's wrong with [typeB1]. (Player2) (says/says/says/says/say2), “Maybe it's the way you're dressed?”
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  • (Player1) (lets/lets/lets/lets/let1) out a horrendous wail that (kills/kills/kills/kills/kill2) (Player2) and (deafens/deafens/deafens/deafens/deafen3) (Player3).
  • (Player1) (whispers/whispers/whispers/whispers/whisper1) to (Player2) to ask for help, but accidentally (kills/kills/kills/kills/kill2) (Player2) with [typeC1] sonic brown notes.
  • (Player1) (whispers/whispers/whispers/whispers/whisper1) to (Player2) to ask for help, but accidentally (deafens/deafens/deafens/deafens/deafen2) (Player2) with [typeC1] sonic brown notes.
  • (Player1) (helps/helps/helps/helps/help1) (Player2) flatten a crocodile into pastry dough.
  • (Player1) (helps/helps/helps/helps/help1) (Player2) make country biscuits out of crocodile pastry dough.
  • (Player1) (suffocates/suffocates/suffocate/suffocates/suffocate1) (Player2) by shoving spiderwebs into the latter's mouth.
  • (Player1) (suffocates/suffocates/suffocate/suffocates/suffocate1) (Player2) by shoving spiderwebs into the latter's mouth, but [typeA2] (manages/manages/manages/manages/manage2) to spit it out.
  • (Player1) (chokes/chokes/chokes/chokes/choke1) (Player2) by wrapping spiderwebs around the latter's neck.
  • (Player1) (chokes/chokes/chokes/chokes/choke1) (Player2) by wrapping spiderwebs around the latter's neck, but [typeA2] breaks the spiderwebs and runs away.
  • (Player1) (gets/gets/gets/gets/get1) mocked by (Player2) over a failed attempt to blacklist the latter through convoluted reasons.
  • (Player1) (tells/tells/tells/tells/tell1) (Player2) to shut up and get lost in the Midwest.
  • (Player1) (draws/draws/draws/draws/draw1) a picture of all the tributes [typeA1] (has/has/had/has/had1) met so far. (Player2) (spits/spits/spits/spits/spit2) on it, enraging the former to kill the latter.
  • (Player1) (forces/forces/forces/forces/force1) (Player2) to say "oof" under a death threat.
  • (Player1) (seasons/seasons/seasons/seasons/season1) [typeC1] steak using the cutting board, aggravating (Player2), who (assumes/assumes/assumes/assumes/assume2) that the technique is objectively wrong. (also Feast)
  • (Player1) (shoves/shoves/shoves/shoves/shove1) (Player2)'s head down a saxophone.
  • (Player1) (shoves/shoves/shoves/shoves/shove1) (Player2)'s head down a saxophone, killing the latter.
  • (Player1) (makes/makes/makes/makes/make1) a makeshift hot air balloon with a box and a sack. The hot air balloon fails to fly.
  • (Player1) (makes/makes/makes/makes/make1) a makeshift hot air balloon with a box and a sack. The fire in the hot air balloon ends up burning [typeB1].
  • (Player1) (dies/dies/dies/dies/die1) from eating too many chilli peppers at once. (also Feast)
  • (Player1) (suffocates/suffocates/suffocates/suffocates/suffocate1) to death after eating 1 cactus fruit due to the still-attached microscopic barbs. (also Feast)
  • (Player1) (knocks/knocks/knocks/knocks/knock1) out (Player2) with a giant chicken drumstick. (also Feast)
  • (Player1) (kills/kills/kills/kills/kill1) (Player2) with a giant chicken drumstick. (also Feast)
  • One of (Player1)'s teeth gets pulled out by a parrot.
  • (Player1) (persuades/persuades/persuades/persuades/persuade1) a parrot to remove a tooth from (Player2). The parrot successfully removes it.
  • (Player1) (persuades/persuades/persuades/persuades/persuade1) a parrot to remove a tooth from (Player2). The parrot fails.
  • (Player1) (persuades/persuades/persuades/persuades/persuade1) a parrot to remove a tooth from (Player2). The parrot gets killed by the latter.
  • (Player1) and (Player2) take turns repeatedly slapping the Cornucopia, with the latter destroying it with a powerful slap. (Bloodbath)
  • (Player1) and (Player2) take turns repeatedly slapping (Player3), with (Player2) killing (Player3) with a powerful slap.
  • (Player1) (believes/believes/believes/believes/believe1) that (Player2) (has been/has been/has been/has been/have been1) compromised by a parrot.
  • (Player1) (believes/believes/believes/believes/believe1) that (Player2) (has been/has been/has been/has been/have been1) compromised by (Player3).
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quote listENTITY SUCCUMBED; INVALID

She's got three murders under her belt, views are gonna be skewed

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10 events in total. Let me know just how much I've screwed things up (if I have):

Non-Fatal:

* (Player1) (finds/finds/finds/finds/find1) a pie. [TypeA1] (takes/takes/take/takes/take1) a bite into it, discovering that it's full of toothpaste.

* (Player1) (finds/finds/finds/finds/find1) a pie. [TypeA1] (takes/takes/take/takes/take1) a bite into it, discovering that contains a picture of (Player2).

* (Player2) (destroys/destroys/destroys/destroys/destroy1) (Player2)'s cake by putting it in a washing machine.

* (Player1), (Player2), and (Player3) plot to take over (Player4)'s homeworld.

* (Player1) (burns/burns/burns/burns/burn1) down (Player2)'s camp, leaving [typeB2] to die. (Player2) survives, swearing vengeance upon (Player1).

* (Player1), (Player2), and (Player3) find a pirate ship, and claim it as their own, with (Player1) becoming the (captain/captain/captain/captain/captains1).

* (Player1) and (Player2) find a map of a part of the arena. They fight over it, tearing it in half in the process.

Fatal:

* (Player1) (bludgeons/bludgeons/bludgeons/bludgeons/bludgeon1) (Player2) to death with a wheel of cheese.

* (Player1) (burns/burns/burns/burns/burn1) down (Player2)'s camp, leaving [typeB2] to die.

* (Player1) (drops/drops/drops/drops/drop1) a bust of (Player2) onto (Player3) from a great height, killing [typeB3].
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Miitopia Events:
  • (Player1) (finds/finds/finds/finds/find1) (a statue/a statue/a statue/a statue/statues2) of (Player2). It turns out to be (Player1)'s dream.
  • (Player1) and (Player2) are starving, while (Player3) appears to be eating. It turns out [TypeA3] (is/is/are/is/are1) pretending to eat.
  • As (Player1) and (Player2) are fishing, (Player1) haven't caught anything and (gives/gives/gives/gives/give1) up. (Player2) asks if [TypeA1] should use bait next time.
  • (Player1) and (Player2) are in a museum and they find a (a statue/a statue/a statue/a statue/statues3) identical to (Player3). The (statue/statue/statue/statue/statues3) then reveals that it is the real (Player3)
  • While shopping, (Player1) and (Player2) end up getting lost. They look for each other until they meet each other.
  •  While riding a boat, (Player1) (dances/dances/dances/dances/dance1) on the boat while (Player2) (warns/warns/warns/warns/warn1) [TypeA1] about it. [TypeA1] then (falls/falls/falls/falls/fall1) off.
  •  While riding a boat, (Player1) (dances/dances/dances/dances/dance1) on the boat while (Player2) (warns/warns/warns/warns/warn1) [TypeA1] about it. They end up dancing together.
Transplanted Events:
  • A prehistoric squirrel slams an acorn in the ice, and the result forms a crack which causes a cliff to drop onto (Player1). (Fatal)
  • (Player1) jumps into a river. Turns out it's an electric eel habitat. (Fatal)
  • (Player1) (watches/watches/watches/watches/watch1) vultures eating the corpse of the latest tribute who died.
  • (Player1) (goes/goes/goes/goes/go1) birdwatching.
New Events:
  • (Player1) (listens/listens/listens/listens/listen1) to the cicadas.
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