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Friday, September 28, 2012

KTKC Prize Spotlight: MHI Mega-Package

We're most of the way through the prize packages, and today's package is another one that I really wish I could win...

Prize Package Five: Monster Hunter Extravaganza!

Not only do you get all four Monster Hunter books - Monster Hunter International, Monster Hunter Vendetta, Monster Hunter Alpha, and Monster Hunter Legion - signed by Larry Correia, you also get a poster (signed by Larry Correia).


Oh, and you'll get to be immortalized in the next Monster Hunter book, as Larry has graciously offered to write the winner of this prize package into the next book (possibly even Monster Hunter Nemesis, about Agent Franks - how cool would that be?) Most likely you'll wind up being one of the Monster Control Bureau agents who buys a grizzly end while trying to take Franks out, but stranger things have happened - just ask the mayor in MHA...

Who else offers you immortality just for a $10 donation? All you need to do to live forever in a work of literature is to donate $10 to Prostate Cancer Foundation or Livestrong and you can take a chance in the prize of a lifetime. Heck, maybe your character might "live on" in Agent Franks! Stranger things have happened...

Thanks again to all who have donated, both towards the fundraiser and also the cool prizes.

That is all.

9 comments:

Simon Strauss said...

Pleasure to have met you in Burlington when Larry came by, and always glad to donate to a good cause.

Ted N said...

That raffle ticket is sure worth the ten bucks! Hope Franks finds a cool way to kill me! :D

Anonymous said...

So if I donate $50 do I get five chances? Doesn't matter, I'll donate that much anyway, this is a great cause that I care about, but it'd be nice to know and might inspire even more donations if that's the case. :)

Jen said...

So $50 = 5 chances to get killed by Agent Franks. Since I am a chick, I am going to hope Larry writes me in as a succubus... :-)

Jennifer Roemershauser
Houston, TX

Jay G said...

Anon,

Jen has it right = for every $10 you donate, you get 1 ticket. So if you donate $20, two tickets; $100 = 10 tickets, etc.

The more you donate, the better your chances of winning!

And, don't forget, these are tax-deductible... :)

perlhaqr said...

Hrm... I'm totally rules lawyering here, and I know it, so if the answer is "Hell no!" I'll understand.

You say All you need to do to live forever in a work of literature is to donate $10 to Prostate Cancer Foundation or Livestrong and you can take a chance in the prize of a lifetime.

Well, I donated $60 for KTKC, but under Stingray's banner... does that still count? You don't actually specify that we have to donate it under you... :D

(Hey, if you're going to cheat, and get Correia to put up an awesome prize to pull in people for your team, I'm going to cheat right back. "If y'ain't cheatin', y'ain't tryin'", as my old welding instructor used to say.)

Jay G said...

Ahem. From the original prize post (and reiterated in many places):

"For every $10 that is donated to PCF or LiveStrong on my behalf, the donor will receive one "ticket" good towards any one of the prize packages."

Donating through Stingray != donating on my behalf.

It's an incentive to get you to donate through me, not to get you to donate period.

Good try though!

perlhaqr said...

Ahhhh. This is the only post I've read, so, didn't see that. (Got linked here from Larry's blog.)

Darn. So close! ;)

Stephen R. said...

Normally I don't go around "grammar policing" the Internet, but I figure a guy with multiple weapons on his masthead should know this one...

"one of the Monster Control Bureau agents who buys a grizzly end"

grisly


"Grizzly" describes a bear, or something gray-haired.

Peace. :-)