Who doesn't love pitting monsters against each other? The madness! The chaos! Except it turns out monsters battling is a wee bit boring, so this year we decided to take our monsters out of their comfort zone and into a beauty pageant. Patrons will get to weigh in on who is the fairest of them all as we whittle down our contestants to crown our pageant champion. Each day from March 1 to 10, you, yes YOU, will get to vote on which monster speaks to your very soul (we're taking a break from voting on March 7, but that's a MINOR detail). We will crown our 2021 Monster Pageant Winner on March 12 in a live event.
You can play along with the voting by filling out your own bracket. You can download a form fillable bracket here.
Our hosts have prepared a short video to help explain this year's event. Check it out!
Get it? Got it? Good! It's time to VOTE!
Round 2 - Swanky Sixteen, Part 2
Who’s ready to RUUUUUMBA? It’s going to get sweaty as these swanky contestants shake it, skip, swing, and stomp into round 3! Who’s got a boring box-step and who can bump and bop with the beat? Who looks footloose and fancy free and who’s got two (or more) left feet? In short, who's got the most KILLER dance moves?
(Voting will remain open over Saturday and Sunday because we've all got things to do on the weekend!)
Oh, and for all of you out there playing the Winter Game, today's code is MAYBEITSMADNESS!
Intellect Devourer vs. Skull Lord
Mind Flayer vs. Flail Snail
Ancient Black Dragon vs. Morkoth
Wereboar vs. Blue Slaad
Want to know more about our marvelous malevolent contestants? Take a peek at our divisions to see pictures, stats and more!
What else can we say about these contestants? They're serving us charm and sneers. Monster under your bed AND dinner guest elegance rolled up into one package! Yesterday saw Flumph (65 votes) continue to vibe her way into the hearts of voters, leading her to victory over the Gelatinous Cube (24 votes). The Owlbear's (68 votes) monstrously cute countenance continues to win fans, easily knocking the Nothic (18 votes) out of the competition. The Rakshasa (61 votes) continued to win and woo votes, while the Guard Drake (21 votes) wasn't quite charming enough to make it to the next round. After a close race, Corpse Flower (54 votes) was able to slowly drag the Invisible Stalker (32 votes) out of the competition.
After this weekend's votes we'll be down to the final eight and we'll really start to see some serious competition!
Wondering how we did things last year? Take a peek at the results for some more standard monster fighting!