To celebrate the holiday season, `BlissfullySarcastic and I decided to run 2 chat events this month for the emote community. The first was held on Friday 21st, 9PM GMT and the next on Saturday 22nd, 4PM GMT to help open up the event to people living in different areas of the world.
Each day we had 3 different events lined up covering a wide range of emoticon related topics from a pixel challenge, to an Emoticon Legend quiz. Below you will find a round up of the first event. You can find part 2 on this page: [link]
Emote Legend Trivia
During this quiz, we had 12 questions lined up. The first 7 questions related directly to the Emote Legend whilst the remaining 5 required participants to hunt out holiday themed emoticons from around deviantART
Which emote is listed directly below the emote on the Emote Legend when listed 'Alphabetical'?
Answer: ( :hooray: )
Which deviant created the emote on the Emote Legend
How many spikes are there on the :sun: emote from the Emote Legend
Answer: 7 spikes
How many emotes are listed under the 'Seasonal' section of the Emote Legend when listed by Category?
Answer: 10 emotes
What is the non-seasonal version of the emote on the Emote Legend
Answer: ( :alien: )
There are 2 snow-related emotes on the Emote Legend, what are they?
Which emote is listed 7th in the 'Seasonal' section of the Emote Legend when listed by Category?
Answer: ( :santa: )
`BoffinbraiN made a revamp of the emote. Find the emote and post a :thumb: code.
Can you find ~NinjuhBunneh's Hanukkah-themed emote. Find the emote and post a :thumb: code.
Track down `priteeboy's Christmas-themed emote. Find the emote and post a :thumb: code.
`Mirz123 has a Kwanzaa-themed emote in her gallery. Find the emote and post a :thumb: code.
~melonhead-emotion made a snow-themed emoticon. Find the emote and post a :thumb: code.
Participants had 30 minutes to make an emote muro drawing with a doomsday/apocalyptic theme. You can find a full list of entries in the comment section of this journal
Participants were challenged to find 13 of presents hidden around the #WeEmote page. By arranging them to fill the slots on a given sheet, the letters on each present spelt out the link to a file hidden on Sta.sh.
You can find a copy of the finished sheet here: [link coming soon]
To complete the Treasure Hunt deviants had to upload their finished sheet to Sta.sh . They then had to follow the link and leave a comment on the hidden deviation to their completed sheet.
The first 3 deviants to complete the challenge would win special prizes. In addition, any deviant who completed the challenge by a set time were entered into a raffle and two random winners were picked.
=Hikara-chan and ~Kohaku0827
To prevent this journal getting too long by featuring both chat events together, we have split the article into 2 parts. Be sure to check out part 2 here: [link]