@Gideonseymour Always making people feel good...Okay, time for the long winded speech:
Immediately after the announcement, I tried to feel sad that I didn't win. And I tried. But I couldn't feel sad. There was no reason to (aside from the lack of communication between the hosts and participants). I would have made Running Red anyway, I'd had the idea for a while, but this competition just gave me a reason not to procrastinate. It wasn't about winning. It was about making a good pack. And I feel I have done that. I've made a pack that sends a message, and is unique, which is something that rarely happens these days. I've accomplished my goal, and gone far above it. Running Red got listed, which is something I've only dreamed of. @PurpleMentat , who has always been one of my favorite Youtubers, did a series on my pack. Plus, I tied what is currently the most popular modpack. I consider that to be a huge achievement. I'm happy to have been part of this competition. It wasn't about winning. It was about sending a message. And you know what, I accomplished my goal.
Thank you for all that you've done, and congratulations to Parcel.
jeez man, it's not like he's going to reject an offer of goodwill, is he?
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^jeez man, it's not like he's going to reject an offer of goodwill, is he?
Anyways, It does not matter so much to me who won, (My pack barely got a mention!) but more about how many contestants had put a lot of heart and work into their work. While we may not have made such greats as ME3 or RR, I feel that we all deserve a mention. So cheers, all, congrats Parcel, Gideon and Iskandar, and I look forward to the next one!
Technically, you tied up with the winner also! An extra judge was required to solve the tie!Plus, I tied what is currently the most popular modpack. I consider that to be a huge achievement.