Late Knight Games, the company behind the dungeon-delving Pokemon-esque RPG MajiMonsters, is allowing players to create their very own MajiMonster to put into the game. Since the launch of the game’s Kickstarter, backers have been speaking up about being able to add their own content to the game. In efforts to help the community have a bigger role in the design process, Late Knight Games is offering this opportunity to enthused gamers.
Here’s the announcement from the game’s official site:
Since the launch of our campaign for MajiMonsters, we’ve been touched by the amount of feedback we’ve received from the community, especially those anxious to create their own MajiMonsters. Late Knight Games is a big advocate of community involvement, and that’s why we’ve decided to launch a “Create Your Own MajiMonster” page. For a short time until the end of our Kickstarter campaign, you can design and submit your very own MajiMonster for consideration in the MajiMonsters Core Rulebook!
We will be accepting Monster submissions two ways: written descriptions or illustrations. You can submit either or both ways; however, please submit only one entry per category per person, so pick your absolute favorite design. Multiple submissions from an individual in a single category will be ignored after the first submission. One Monster in each category will be chosen to appear in the Monster compendium of the Core Rulebook, sharing your creation with the world!
So, how do you get in on this sweet opportunity? It’s simple: send your MajiMonster submission to MajiMonsters@gmail.com. Here’s what to include:
–Monster Name (bonus points for puns and creative names)
–Monster Affinities (choose up to 2 from: basic, earth, fire, fury, ice, lightning, mystic, verdant, water, or wind) Click here for more on affinities.
–Monster Description (tell us all about what your Monster looks like, any animals it resembles, how big is it compared to a human, what it does in the wild, and anything else you think is important). Click here for a preview gallery of current MajiMonsters.
–Contact Info (only required if the email you’re submitting with is not a good way to reach you).
–Attached File, if you are submitting an illustration or word document. Any submission without an attached file will go to the written description category.
If you’re itching to get those creative muscles working, now is your chance. MajiMonsters has 13 days left on its Kickstarter campaign and the project is just at 65% funded. Make sure you head on over and support the project to ensure your creation makes it into the final product!