|Axis & Allies Miniatures Scenario Contest|
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Since the launch of Axis & Allies Miniatures last August, we have published over 20 scenarios to add new dimensions and playability to the game. Friday we will be publishing our 25th scenario. How would you like to write a scenario for Axis & Allies Miniatures and see it published on the web site? Now is your chance!
Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It.
Provide your own original Scenario Article, up to 1500 words in length, and yours may be chosen to appear in the official Scenarios column on the Axis & Allies Miniatures website. Entries must follow the format given in the Scenario Writer’s Template. Remember we are looking for a single scenario, not a linked campaign of three scenarios or any other variant. We also do not want scenarios that require new custom maps. Questions regarding the contest will be discussed on the Axis & Allies Miniatures Message Boards.
There are a large number of scenarios which writers may draw upon for examples of style and presentation. A few possibilities are:
How to Enter
Submit your Contest entry to Wizards in one of two (2) ways:
- E-mail it, in Microsoft Word® format, to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “AAM Scenario Contest” in the subject line. Please include your name, postal address, and telephone number.
- Send it, typewritten, on 8½” x 11 sheets of paper to Wizards of the Coast, Attn: Online Media, Axis & Allies Minis Scenario Contest, 1600 Lind Ave. SW, Ste 400,
A committee determined by Wizards serving as judges of the Contest will review all eligible entries and will select the one (a) best scenario, based on the following criteria: writing (30%), originality (30%), and playability (40%). One (1) winner will have his or her winning entry edited by Wizards editorial staff and published on the Axis & Allies website. Winner will also receive one hundred dollars ($100 USD) and a complete set of miniatures from the upcoming Contested Skies expansion. All entries must be received by Wizards no later than March 13th, 2006. Limit one entry per person.
Note: The "George" series of maps has been reissued with hex numbering on the maps. The remainder of the maps will be released in the same fashion in the near future but authors may use the George maps to determine hex numbering for any map as they are all numbered using the same system.
Don't forget to read the Official Contest Rules!