RACIAL WARNING SET
Contestants were to create a complete soundset to replace the standard wc3 racial warnings (i.e. "we need more gold", "we're under attack", etc)
Each user can only vote once in the poll. (remove this for a multiple choice poll)
You cannot vote for yourself. If a voter has the same IP as the author then the vote will not be counted and it may result in the disqualification of the entry.
You cannot create multiple accounts to vote for an entry in the poll. If a voter has been found to be using multiple accounts none of the voters votes will count in the final result.
You cannot bribe users for votes. Contestants who break this rule will be disqualified and given negative reputation.
First Place: 50 reputation points and your entry on an award icon
Second Place: 35 reputation points and an award icon
Third Place: 20 reputation points and an award icon
You can either view the three entries below or look in the attachments section of this post for the .mp3s. Separate files will be posted after the poll has finished and the results have been announced.
STILL LOOKING FOR JUDGES!
Is the dialogue unique and interesting? Or did the contestant just repeat the ingame warnings?
How well are effects and filters, if any, used? Do you hear any static? Are there any "plosive" sounds? (meaning popping P's) or siblance? (meaning snake-sounding S's)
How well do the lines fit the race? Are the things it says clever, or just generic? Is the warning phrased in a manner that grabs your attention without being too wordy?
Inviting your friends to vote for you, bribing random members with rep and otherwise cheating with the VB poll system will get you DISQUALIFIED, BANNED from future contests, -REPPED, and possibly INFRACTED. So don't do it!
This includes, but is not limited to, sending PMs out to various users, getting other people to send those PMs, advertising this contest on other sites with the intention to gain more votes (whether it is explicitly stated or not), and so on. If you are suspected of cheating, the staff will notify you and interrogate you (hopefully) over PMs. <3
Thats completely idiotic. With no reference point we cannot determine how well the contestant pulled off the idea they were hoping to achieve. For example, the set that sounds (to me) like a dwarven race might have actually been a sad, sad attempt at the naga race. If so, I wouldn't vote for this entry. I seriously doubt voting is going to be swayed simply due to some peoples favorites. Besides, public poll is only 30% so the 5% of people who don't follow instructions would barely affect the outcome.