Dungeons & Dragons (commonly abbreviated as D&D or DnD) is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game (RPG) that allows players to design their own unique characters that then become their identities during the game. They do this by picking characteristics like species and alignment and assigning ability scores, which consist of Strength, Constitution, Dexterity, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma. The game also utilizes a luck factor by requiring players to roll various dice to determine outcomes.
For round 5, you'll need to create a video that embodies one of the 7 ability types from Dungeons & Dragons. Showcasing the gameplay or fantasy elements of D&D isn't required to satisfy the theme, so the core concept of your video should be the characteristics of whatever type you choose. You'll only be able to select a single ability type on the submission form. So even if your video features multiple, you'll need to prioritize one type over all the others. The complete list and explanation of all the ability types can be found here: Dungeos & Dragons Ability Score List
Round 5 Deadline:
Sunday, December 11th @ 11:59PM ET
Submitting Your Video:
When finished, please upload your video to a reputable file-sharing service and submit it via this google form. Google Drive and Dropbox are the preferred methods of uploading your video, but please ensure that the URL you send is a “shared” or “public” link. Note: YouTube or ”streaming only” links will not be accepted. You're free to publicly share and upload your video before the deadline, but be aware that doing so may help your opponents. Also, If you finish early and feel that your video doesn't need any more tweaking, you may submit it at any time before Sunday, December 11th @ 11:59PM ET. At the end of each round, all the submitted videos will be made available to the public to stream on google drive.
Embedded Submission Form
Editors are encouraged to join the A-M-V.org Discord Server to ask questions and chat with other participants.
We're announcing a new theme each week, and you'll have 7 days to edit a video that adheres to it. But to qualify for the finals, you'll simply need to submit a video for 3 of the 6 rounds. You can visit the Rules and Information thread for more details