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Author Topic: Competition - Win one of 3 copys of Star Trek Online: Digital Deluxe Edition!  (Read 10617 times)

Offline Zach

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Hailing Frequency is teaming up with Direct2Drive to bring you another great competition! 

We have 3 copies of Star Trek Online: The Digital Deluxe Edition to giveaway, each worth 49.99 ($79) and here is how you can enter for a chance to win one of them.


The Prizes:

3 copies of Star Trek Online Digital Deluxe Edition which is the ULTIMATE digital version of Star Trek Online, with tonnes of extra stuff that is not included in boxed copies:


How to Enter

All you have to do to enter is complete the following scenario.  The three most interesting entries, as chosen by the Hailing Frequency Team, will win, so get your writing hats on people.

E-mail your entries, along with your Name and Hailing Frequency Username, to "stocompetition@hailingfrequency.com". 

The subject line must read "STO Fiction Competition"

Maximum Word Count: 600 words

Entries are limited to one per person, and it is recommended that you only enter this competition if you have a high speed internet connection, as the digital download will be in excess of 8 gigabytes.

The competition is open worldwide, and will close on Sunday 10th January at 11.59pm GMT.  Winners will be announced shortly afterwards, though exact timing will vary depending on the number of entries recieved. 

Once the winners are announced, they will be contacted immediatly with a redemption code which can be use to download Star Trek Online from Direct2Drive.

Good Luck to all.

Here is the scenario you must complete:

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Captains Log Stardate 63555.1 - We have just entered a Star System that Long Range Sensor scans show was recently abandoned by The Borg.  It is not known why the Borg left the system, so we have come here to investigate. End Log.

Helm We are approaching the system captain!

Captain: Drop us out of warp and engage impulse engines.  Begin Scanning!

Science: Scans show that the system has 11 planets captain, The 3rd, 4th and 5th planets are in the stars habitable zone. The 6th planet is Class-L, the 1st and 2nd planets are very close to the Star and contain high amounts of heavy metals and the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th planets are all Gas Giants........Sir, I cannot get a reading on the 11th planet, something is interfering with our scans, some kind of directed interference from inside the system.

Captain:  Hmnnnn - 3 planets in the Habitable zone - thats very interesting. Helm - lay in a course to the 3rd planet, lets start there.

Helm: Aye Sir....Entering orbit in 15 seconds

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? You decide for a chance to win a copy of Star Trek: Online!


« Last Edit: 09 January 2010 11:38 AM by Zach »

Offline Zach

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Somebody didn't read the post properly......


Offline lenzio

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I'm so sorry I will take it down I was so happy when I read the contest I jumped the gun :(

Offline Acyl

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Awesome contest. But I have a question:

What are the acceptable (or preferred) formats for our contest entries? Should we send them to you in the main body of the e-mail? Is a text file or RTF attachment okay?

Offline Tyrannos

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Zach, is there any word count or any kind of limitations?

Offline Zach

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Awesome contest. But I have a question:

What are the acceptable (or preferred) formats for our contest entries? Should we send them to you in the main body of the e-mail? Is a text file or RTF attachment okay?

In the main body, or in RTF format is fine

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Offline Zach

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Zach, is there any word count or any kind of limitations?

Maximum word count as of now is 600 words

Offline skyflash

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Maximum word count as of now is 600 words

That means if I submitted before that it is ok if it is more than 600 words? Cause I did not count... but it's probably less anyway.

Offline Zach

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Yes previous entries of more than 600 are fine.

Offline curtst

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I sent in an entry. I hope it is somewhat enjoyable.

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