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One month remains in Round Four! Use your time wisely, and be sure to have your proof ready for an extension if you need one.

Thank you for your patience! Here are the pairings of those who have progressed to Round Four!

We appreciate everyone's entries, and extend our condolences to those who did not pass. Feel free to cheer on those who moved on as a spectator! We are providing explanations to all participants of Round Three for winning or losing, so feel free to note the group if you would like one.

Please refer to the Round Four Prompt for information about the round, and please follow all the rules detailed under the in-character announcement. Characters will be fighting in the order they are listed here.

The deadline for Round Four is 11:59 EST time on August 25th. No further entries will be accepted after this point.

1. Lightbulb Emoji by catstam:iconkiwipeach: :iconversusplz: :icontheplutt97: Lightbulb Emoji by catstam

2. Pixel Icon - Blue Candle by Moth-Doll :icontechn0gecko: :iconversusplz: :iconevelyn-cross: Pixel Icon - Blue Candle by Moth-Doll
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The winner of the contest is Ninpisn! Please note AlfaFilly for who you would like drawn for your prize!

To enter this contest, you may draw one species swap of one of your characters. This event is open to all members of the group, including those who did not pass auditions.

Additional species swaps will not be counted as entries and instead placed in the miscellaneous art folder if you wish to submit them. Previous species swaps made before the event do not count as entries.

Submissions are due by 11:59 EST time, July 18th. The contest will close then, and the winner will be posted by 11:59 p.m EST time, July 19th. The winning entry will be picked based on how creative it is.

The prize for winning is a colored headshot by AlfaFilly!
After the winners of quarterfinals had recovered enough to compete again, the announcement for the fourth round was broadcasted to everyone's ICH robots that evening. Once more the holographic screens were projected with the faces of the judges as they addressed the four remaining competitors.

Judge Slica by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: "Hey there, semifinalists! Tomorrow morning you'll need to come to the dome bright and early; we have special outfits for this round to give you. The match will involve a sport of our own invention; you're going to be dodging and deflecting balls of slime!"

Judge Suls by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: "Don't worry; the stuff is harmless and the suits and goggles we're providing will keep you dry. Be careful, the slime will stick to your suits and not come off, and the first competitor fully covered in it loses!"

Judge Janie by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: "Your robots will accompany you into the arena, and you can use them to generate a small energy shield to deflect the slime balls away from you, or at your opponent."

Judge Slica by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: "Oh, and this time we've turned the dome into a bit of a natural wonder! There'll be all kinds of plants in there that do some crazy stuff. Good luck! Get hyped for Xotiathon!"

ROUND FOUR RULES:

1. The order of pairs in the announcement journal is the order in which the competitors will be fighting after they have put on their outfits. The second pair will be led in to compete shortly after the first pair's match is decided.

2. The environment for this round is a grassy space thick with plants that produce various nonlethal hazards such as smelling bad, exploding into pollen, and other such effects that you may invent as you please.

3. Slime balls of varying sizes will be fired from the ceiling and walls of the arena at random. The first competitor to be fully covered in slime loses. An alarm will sound when this has happened and the slime balls will stop being fired.

4. Slime balls can be only redirected if they hit the shield; slime will always stick to the suit if it makes contact with it, though it won't slow a competitor down. The slime is not harmful even if accidentally swallowed.

5. The energy shields the robots generate are small, flat and circular. The exact size is up to you.

6. Competitors may try to intentionally cover each other in slime by deflecting it if they like, or they may dodge the slime balls and wait it out until their opponent has been covered to win. Slime does not come off after it has stuck to the suit.
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Round Three is officially CLOSED! Judging will now commence. Good luck!

Thank you for your patience! Here are the pairings of those who have progressed to Round Three!

We appreciate everyone's entries, and extend our condolences to those who did not pass. Feel free to cheer on those who moved on as a spectator! We are providing explanations to all participants of Round Two for winning or losing, so feel free to note the group if you would like one.

Please refer to the Round Three Prompt for information about the round, and please follow all the rules detailed under the in-character announcement. Characters will be fighting in the order they are listed here.

The deadline for Round Three is 11:59 EST time on June 10th. No further entries will be accepted after this point.

1. orchid and leafs l by DiegoVainilla:iconsojustme: :iconversusplz: :icontechn0gecko: orchid and leafs l by DiegoVainilla
2. light cherry blossom by DiegoVainilla:iconevelyn-cross: :iconversusplz: :iconmoonmarbles: light cherry blossom by DiegoVainilla
3. little flower emoji by rnorals:iconkiwipeach: :iconversusplz: :iconninpisn: little flower emoji by rnorals
4. [i]: potted sprout pixel by blushbun:icontheplutt97: :iconversusplz: :iconkebawoolfeoct: [i]: potted sprout pixel by blushbun
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The arena was brightly lit again, this time transformed into a simple gymnasium with a holographic line running down the middle. Several plastic blocks of varying shape and size were scattered across its floor.

The watching crowds thronged the seats on either side; for the competitors there was a small private section to wait for their match to be called. The three judges floated above the remaining eight contestants on their robotic platform.

Judge Slica by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: “Good afternoon, everyone! This round will be a game of capture the flag…in an anti-gravity field! Each pair will be called one after the other to compete.”

Judge Suls by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: “See those flags halfway up both walls? You need to grab yours from your opponent’s side of the arena and get back across the line with it to win!”

Judge Janie by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: “At least part of your body must cross the line onto your side while you hold the flag for you to win. Destroying an opponent’s flag is forbidden.”

Judge Slica by AlfaFilly :iconsaysplz: “Once the first pair is ready at opposite sides of the line, I’ll flick this switch, and the gravity will turn off! Good luck! Get hyped for Xotiathon!”

ROUND THREE RULES:

1. The order of pairs in the announcement journal is the order in which the competitors will be fighting. Once a match is decided, the gravity will turn on so the next pair can get into position before it's turned off again for their match.

2. The blocks on the floor are lightweight plastic that will rise up and float in the air when the gravity is turned off; even the largest of them will do practically no physical damage if collided with. They may be any size, shape, or color you like.

3. To win, your character must successfully retrieve their country's flag from their opponent’s side of the gymnasium and cross the line with at least part of their body.

4. Competitors may try to physically stop each other if they like, but only retrieving the flag and crossing the line back into their own side of the gymnasium counts as a victory.

5. Flags are not allowed to be destroyed; destroying an opponent’s flag results in instant disqualification.

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