That’s right, singular this week. We actually had an outright winner this time…. I know, amazing isn’t it. Two people did run away with this poll from the start, between them accumulating 70% of the votes between them. But our winner was always in a clear lead and it was obvious who was going to win from when the votes started coming in. And I’m ok with that, because it gives me a chance to say something that hasn’t been said in a couple of years. And isn’t it ironic that, to round of the triumvirate of version challenges, the person who wins the HM3 challenge is none other than Zyp, for his redesign of Melmo44’s Phaeya. congratulations Zyp, please speak to dblade about your prize, and well done to everyone else who entered, not just this challenge but all three of the version challenges, it’s been great fun.
In an unprecedented turn of events, I have come to the conclusion that someone is taking the piss. How the hell do we end up with two draws two weeks running? Would someone please like to explain that to me. It must be much harder to choose between creations made on the older versions on the ‘machine than I thought.
Anyway, this weeks winners are Shadaout for Darkwing Enforger and Vampyrist for Carver. As with last week, I’ll leave it to you guys to sort out what’s going on with the prize. Well done to our two winners, the other poll competitors (it was actually a very close poll, 8 votes between all of them) and to everyone who entered.
Ok, that title’s wrong for a start. Because, as very occasionally happens in these polls, this week ended with a draw. It was very close between the top three all week (and our third place entrant only finished three votes adrift) but one single last minute vote was enough to take this from being an outright win to a shared one. And the people who are sharing this win are GuyGenesis, for his Android, and Legatus, for his Father Fusion. Nice one guys, I’ll let you decide between you what you’re going to do about the prize, and well done to everyone else who entered, it was a great contest.
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