Congrats to the winners of the fourth round, and better luck next year to those no longer with us! Let's commence round 5!
BUT BEFORE YOU SCROLL THROUGH THE LIST
Please read through these rules and how-to's so that you know how to appropriately vote!
Step 1: Analyze the match-ups
Try to figure out, in your own opinion, who would win in a fight between the two werewolves. Strength and
wit can play into the outcome of the fight! You don't have
to know the werewolf in order to vote, if you know nothing about the werewolf, you can base your opinion on what you see.Step 2: Vote!
To vote send a note to Kigai-Holt
with a list of each match and who you think would win in said matches.
2: Lawrence Talbot
Comments will not
count as votes. TO AVOID RIGGED VOTING
We will only accept votes if you vote on all
of the matches for this round
In the past we've gotten individual votes for individual werewolves, which led staff to believe this was done not because they thought they would win the match, but because they wanted their friend's OC to win.
We cannot completely prevent this, but it ruins the spirit of the game. Your votes are kept anonymous, and we want to know which werewolf the community thinks would come out on top, and NOT
who wins the popularity contest.
Please vote for who YOU
think would win in the match, not because your friend told you to vote for his OC, or that you feel sorry for a particular character, or that the character just looks cool. This is a battle, looks seldom count.Step 3: Wait
Voting for each round will end at 11:59pm on the Friday of each week. Over that weekend the votes will be tallied, and winners will be announced on the following Monday for the next round!
Now... Without further delay...
Free - Soul Eater vs. Bigby Wolf - Fables
Gary Hampton - The Astounding Wolfman vs. Marcus Bloodaxe - QuebecoisWolf
(Art by LycanthropeHeart
All 64 werewolves in this tournament were selected via YOUR VOTE! Complaints as to who did or did not make it into the tournament will be ignored, these are the werewolves you
asked for (and it's a pretty impressive crowd if you ask me!)
Matches were paired randomly via random number generators.