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The final results may be found here.

As some may have noticed from my previous writing events, I rather like short stories. However, I do not think that the stories from the past contest were short enough. So, for this event, all stories submitted will be in the form of microfiction.

A microfiction story (also known as Nanofiction or 55 Fiction) is one that follows a few specific guidelines:
  • It has exactly 55 words.
  • It may have a title of up to 7 words.
  • It must have characters.
  • It must have a plot with conflict, climax, and resolution.

    An Example Story:
     
    He Had a Thing for Widows

    The explorer pirates had dedicated years of their life to this voyage. Five oceans lay behind them, but finally they had arrived at the former location of Captain Cleaver's greatest treasure: The North Pole.

    "I didn't think Santa existed," said the cabin lad.

    "Well, now he doesn't," said the Captain, "Mrs. Claus still does, though."


    In short, microfiction is prose storytelling cut down to the barest essentials. You may read Andrew Looney's excellent page on Nanofiction here for more examples and information.

    Rules
  • The deathmatch will follow a similar process to Jacquilynne's Poetry Deathmatch.
  • Each round, I will post the additional criteria to which stories must adhere.
  • All entries must be posted to the appropriate thread in the Mariner's Muse.

    Registration/Round 1
  • To register, you must submit a story for the first round.
  • Only one entry per player.
  • The first round requires that stories must meet the microfiction requirements and must be about pirates.
  • Submissions must be made to this linked thread.
  • Deadline for submissions is Monday, May 22, 11:59pm, PDT.

    Subsequent rounds
  • The secret judges will review all entries and vote on them. I will tabulate the votes. The top half (round up) in each round will be awarded a "win", all others will have a "loss".
  • I will post the results to this thread, and note who will continue to the next round.
  • The contest is double elimination, so an entrant may have two "losses" before they cannot continue.
  • I will post the next thread and criteria for the next round.
  • Entrants will have 48 hours to post their stories.
  • Repeat until we have a winner.

    Style considerations
  • Definition of a word: all words (real or nonsense), numerals, and single hyphenated words will count as single words.
  • Stories must be submitted in English. While stylistic variations, such as the speech of Looseweed or Casnorf, is acceptable, if a story cannot be comprehended, it is not likely to score well.
  • Poor grammar or spelling may count against a story.

    Prizes
  • The top voted story in each round will receive a small prize.
  • First place: A parrot in the colours of your choice; A fancy ribbon trinket
  • Second place: Spear head furniture; Collection of writer's materials: notebooks, paper and quill, books; A fancy ribbon trinket.
  • 3rd-4th: Stone tablet furniture; A ribbon trinket
  • 5th-8th: A Golden Ticket for Booty or No Booty; A ribbon trinket.
  • 9th-16th: A ribbon trinket

    Bonus Round - The Microfiction Buffet. Results.
    Round 15 - Diabolical Dialogue. Results.
    Round 14 - Nautical Neologisms. Results.
    Round 13 - You are not Me. Results.
    Round 12 - These Events Have Yet To Pass. Results.
    Round 11 - Palindrome Pandemonium. Results.
    Round 10 - Dead Man's Chest. Results.
    Round 9 - Witty Wordplay. Results.
    Round 8 - Actions Speak Louder Than Words. Results.
    Round 7 - A Pirate's Monologue. Results.
    Round 6 - Clankin' Cowboys. Results.
    Round 5 - Sailors and their Settings. Results.
    Round 4 - Pirates with Props. Results.
    Round 3 - Bittersweet success. Results.
    Round 2 - Include a duty station. Results.
    Round 1 - Stories about Pirates. Results.
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    Sounds like fun...
    Given the length, im sure there'll be quite a few entries in the form of poems :p
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    ~Sage~
    SnakeEyes
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    ~Hunter~
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  • Definition of a word: all words (real or nonsense), numerals, and single hyphenated words will count as single words.


  • Could we have some officially endorsed automated word-counting tool like this:
    http://www.javascriptkit.com/script/script2/countwords.shtml

    Would spare submitters a lot of work and prevent arguments. May need some adjustment though, since it counts the example story as 53 words.
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  • Definition of a word: all words (real or nonsense), numerals, and single hyphenated words will count as single words.


  • Could we have some officially endorsed automated word-counting tool like this:
    http://www.javascriptkit.com/script/script2/countwords.shtml

    Would spare submitters a lot of work and prevent arguments.


    Mate;
    its 55 words, its not that hard to count them to verify.
    Or copy and paste into Word, and use the recount.
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    Drake
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    Prince & Politician - Castigo Final.
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    I'll take your word on this one, that he really doesn't mean to pick fights.. He's just.. British

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    I agree with Brazzy. For example, Word puts my story at exactly 55, my own count seems to be 54, while that particular site says it is 50.
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    I agree with Brazzy. For example, Word puts my story at exactly 55, my own count seems to be 54, while that particular site says it is 50.


    Have you removed your title?
    As 55 words is for story content, and the 7 word limit for the title is seperate !?
    Just a thought
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    I'll take your word on this one, that he really doesn't mean to pick fights.. He's just.. British

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    I don't even have a tittle. ;)

    (well, it says it "may be up to 7", so I'm assuming it can be 0 too)
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    Mate;
    its 55 words, its not that hard to count them to verify.
    Or copy and paste into Word, and use the recount.


    Counting manually is still tedious (especially for Bia and her helpers, who have to do it for ALL submissions!) and it's easy to make mistakes, especially when you're doing a lot of changes to meet the required word count. And there might be different opinions on how some words or constructs are counted. Programs can differ too, so in order to prevent any arguments, it's best to have one officially endorsed one, and I'd rather not use Word for that, because not everyone can afford it.
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    From past contests, most online wordcount tools do not actually count words. They will often count spaces, which will lead to inaccuracies.

    Open Office is a free-to-download alternative to the Microsoft Office Suite. I used it for my wordcount.

     
    Definition of a word: all words (real or nonsense), numerals, and single hyphenated words will count as single words.


    Is that unclear at all? "Steam-powered" would be a single word, for instance. "Free-to-download" would be three words.

    If you have questions about what may constitute a single word, please post them here. The registration round is especially long to allow for such questions.
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    Open Office is a free-to-download alternative to the Microsoft Office Suite. I used it for my wordcount.

     
    Definition of a word: all words (real or nonsense), numerals, and single hyphenated words will count as single words.


    Is that unclear at all? "Steam-powered" would be a single word, for instance. "Free-to-download" would be three words.


    Yes, I was wondering about that. Using Open Office is a good idea. However, my German v1.1 Open Office counts "steam-powered" as two words. If that's a difference between versions or (more likely) language environments, people should be aware of it.
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    Do the stories have to link up, or can each fic be written in a vacuum?
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    Do the stories have to link up, or can each fic be written in a vacuum?


    Stories should stand on their own.

     
    Yes, I was wondering about that. Using Open Office is a good idea. However, my German v1.1 Open Office counts "steam-powered" as two words. If that's a difference between versions or (more likely) language environments, people should be aware of it.


    Open Office does count "steam-powered" (and presumably any similarly hyphenated word) as two words. The rules of the contest supercede that.
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    I think I read this wrong... by how I read it, we have to think of a new story for each round? Or did my Parrot brains malfunction again...
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    I think I read this wrong... by how I read it, we have to think of a new story for each round? Or did my Parrot brains malfunction again...


    Yes, all remaining entrants in each round must submit a new story given the criteria for that round.
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    More to bury the hatchet than to beat a dead horse:

    If we're word-counting in Microsoft Word...can we just assume we're getting an accurate count? Single hyphenated words "i.e. issue-killer" correctly show up as 1 (one) word.

    Thanks and good luck to all!

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    Clarification:

    55 words plus 7 max for the title?

    or 55 words of which up to 7 may be used to for the title?

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    Clarification:

    55 words plus 7 max for the title?

    or 55 words of which up to 7 may be used to for the title?

    -Bisquick


    Story:exactly 55 words

    Title: up to 7
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    Haha, thanks, KP. This was right after I realized, "wait, there was one more link I forgot to read!"...which was the one with more info about nanofiction. You caught me before I could delete it. Ah, oh well...maybe that'll help someone else :)

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    The reason why you're getting different word counts with different programs is that they don't actually count the words, but the characters.

    For example, I believe Word counts every 5 characters as a word, including all the spaces. So it counts up every character, letter, space, and punctuation from start to finish, then divides by 5.

    55 words isn't that long to count by hand - and it's more acurate :)

    (my 2 poe)

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    For example, I believe Word counts every 5 characters as a word, including all the spaces. So it counts up every character, letter, space, and punctuation from start to finish, then divides by 5.


    Hmm? Which version of Word are you using? I tested mine (XP) last night, and it correctly changed the count every time I added or removed a word or two. (And no, the words weren't all five letters long. >8)
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    cabin-boy or cabin boy? One word, two?

    edit: Bia, is that open office's definition of a word or yours? =p
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    cabin-boy or cabin boy? One word, two?

    edit: Bia, is that open office's definition of a word or yours? =p


    Cabin-boy would be one word. Cabin boy would be two.

    And the definition is mine. I cannot control which program any entrant may use, and the word-count algorithms will vary. In the event of any discrepancy, my definition takes precedence.
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    This one is my favourite, so far!
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    heres mine i hope i win fingers crossed i counted its 55 words


    the end of captain cleaver

    one day captain cleaver be sailin out in the ocean towards cnossos

    the booty twas fine he'd had 55 battles against imperiels all won when he saw the island cnossos he shouted at the top of his voice LAND AHOY! but t'was no good the dreaded black ship had attacked


    ty c ya
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    Hmmm. Does the title count as words?
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    Hmmm. Does the title count as words?


    Bia wrote: 


    • It has exactly 55 words
    • It may have a title of up to 7 words


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    So do words such as 'hadn't' and 'should've' count as one or two words?
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    So do words such as 'hadn't' and 'should've' count as one or two words?


    I have never heard of a case where contractions would be considered as more than one word, except in the case of some very bad wordcount tools.
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    I have to laugh at some of the questions about what counts as a 'word'. Bia couldn't have made the instuctions any clearer....or simple. And one even wrote thier submission in this thread.

    I really think a contest for knuckleheads is in order... of which I would qualify to enter. Perhaps a story of the worst pillage as captain would be appropriate. Oh would I win that one!!!!
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    Here is my entry


    The Ace of Spades


    Many a rum had been consumed since the night began; Captain Gash struggled keeping his eyes focused. His skills and ego had got him this far, but for the river he needed lady luck. With maybe his live to lose he waited for the dealer’s words.

    “Ace of spades”.

    Overjoyed Gash held back his tears.
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