..The life of a micro-warrior is fast-paced, with accelerated growth it's easy to forget the milestones of your youth. it's a wonderful thing to reminisce on! From the time you emerged from your acorn to the adult you’ve become now you've accomplished so many wonderful things!
Do you still remember the day you emerged? What did your acorn look like? Were you weighed by a leaf that clung relentlessly to your cap? Were there any blemishes? Furthermore, do you recall when your cap fell off and you finally took your first step as a true adult? Do you recall how you felt? What was happening around you? What season was it? We’d like to know!
When you grew, did you feel a pull towards a certain ability or job? Did you feel at home when a hammer was in your hand? Or perhaps a sword is more of your fancy. What talent led you to your guild and how did you feel on the day you met your leader? Were you scared? Were you excited? Or did they scoop you up and pat your back, filling you with encouragement?
As a young warrior, you couldn't just hide in your shell your whole life! You needed a place to stay, how far did you wander outside of your town? Or did you ask a creative type to build one for you? Did you scavenge one or create your own? What does your home look like? When was the first time you truly felt at home there? Or did you constantly move, do you carry your world with you on your back?
Micro warriors are a close-knit species, they keep their friends, enemies, and families as close as they would the clothes on their backs. Whom do you feel like family? Who makes up their friend group? This prompt is worth bonus points!
Your personality is a big part of you, so we want to know what events shaped you? Are you the timid type or are you overly hyper? Are you a “cool kid” whom people envy to be around? What inspired you to act this way? What was that defining moment?
- Art entries must be full body and colored, but shading is not required.
- Art entries must have a small background at minimum.
- Literature entries must be at minimum 500 words.