You walk towards the other competitors. There are about fifteen others there, all waiting. No, there is another. You cannot describe him, he just is. You know that this is his place, he rules it. He smiles has you join the others, and begins talking.
"Welcome. As you may have guessed, this is The Competition. Sixteen of you are here. Only one of you will win. This all begins with the first challenge.
"You are in the woods. A camp ground, more precisely, surrounded by woods. If you go North-East, you will find a big hill, what some call a small mountain. At the top of this hill, is sixteen envelopes. One for each of you. Your challenge is to get to the envelopes. You do not have to get back here. I will be up there, waiting for you. But be careful. These woods are filled with dangerous creatures, and you are bound to find some on your way here. Good luck."
Remember, the aim isn't to finish first, it's to be the best. Try not to go on though, it may bore me. There is no word limit, but if you make it too long, I'll get bored of it. Oh, and you must finish the challenge. Remember, anything you do to your character is permanent until I say it's not, like an injury or something. Oh, and you must meet at least three animals, and fight at least one. You have no weapons, so this should be interesting. You cannot find any weapons on the ground, like a rock or anything. You have to use your bare hands. Animals have to be those which you would find in normal woods, like wolves, bears, deer, rabbits, e.c.t.
You must email me your entry by Thursday. There are no teams yet. You are not allowed to do alliance writing for this challenge, this is individual writing. Any questions, feel free to email me. Thrust is not in The Competition, if anyone wants to know why I only had sixteen people.
Let the first challenge begin!
PS: I won't be around for the next few days, so any questions must be asked today, and if you have a question after that, take your best guess, but make sure to put in brackets you weren't sure, and email me that you weren't sure