IC 3 – SUPPLIES!
Since the last two challenges were both pretty intense affairs, we're gonna keep this one pretty basic. Simply put, this is the one challenge this season where the only question you need to ask yourself is: Do you feel lucky, punk? (Don't worry, there are no Magnums involved.)
Gather round, Survivors: for this challenge, I'm going to tell you a story, and I'd suggest you pay close attention.
There once was a man named Al. He had a pet named Harvey the Wonder Hamster. One day, Al was taking Harvey for a walk, and they spotted a--OH MY GOD IT'S THE APOCALYPSE! WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE! Why, oh why, didn't we listen to you, Harold Camping?
Well, that came out of nowhere. But there is some good news: because I figured this day was soon to arrive, I managed to secure seats for all of us on a spaceship that will take us to safety on a planet near Mars. Unfortunately, each tribe is only able to bring a few supplies for the trip.
-Spatula (1 point)
-Spam (2 points)
-Joni Mitchell 8-track (3 points)
-Ball peen hammer (5 points)
-Joe Dirt DVD (6 points)
-Trashcan of Styrofoam peanuts (7 points)
-Lacoste t-shirt (with the alligator on) (9 points)
-Velvet Elvis painting (10 points)
-Plane ticket to New Jersey (11 points)
-Ball of twine (15 points)
I wish it were as easy as telling you all to gather those up and go…but yesterday, you guys were busy sabotaging your opponents in your tribe forums by hiding their supplies. Each tribe selected coordinates for all of these items, and now you must uncover where your opponents placed them in this Battleship-style game.
Each tribe also selected a designated poster for this challenge. The Minor Celebrities selected The Doctor while The Jungle Cruise Guides selected Wizzerkat (at least initially).
Those designated posters will select coordinates each round where they think their opponents hid the items. We'll start off with each person picking two coordinates per round, though that may change to one if the game lasts a while. After both posters have made their selections, I'll post an updated version of the coordinate boards and the current score. The next round begins immediately following this, and the designated posters will select another set of coordinates.
There is no order to how the designated posters must post: once the updated board is posted, it's a free-for-all. Each tribe will be working with its own unique board, so there's no need to worry about duplicate coordinates.
The first team to reach 27 points wins immunity. If both teams reach or exceed 27 on the same turn, the winner will be the team with the higher amount. If there's a tie, we'll continue playing until it's broken.
This challenge takes place in this thread--unless you have questions, the designated posters should be the only ones posting in this thread, although you're certainly welcome to work together in your tribe forums. Let me know if you have any questions.