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[Ended] FDQ: Do You Want to Win a Copy of Dominion: Hinterlands?

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EDIT 3/14/2012: This contest has ended, but our review of Dominion: Hinterlands is posted here.

The answer to that question is probably yes, you would like to win a copy of Dominion: Hinterlands. At least, if you are alive and an appreciater of fine games, that is probably your answer.

To celebrate our one-year anniversary of bringing you gaming views and reviews, iSlaytheDragon.com is giving away one copy of Dominion: Hinterlands. There are several methods you can use to enter:

  • Comment on this post and any FDQ post dated between now and November 11. (Only one comment per FDQ post counts as an entry.)
  • Follow our new Twitter account: @iSlaytheDragon (It doesn’t count for entries, but you are also welcome to follow us individually, @Futurewolfie and @FarmerLenny.)
  • Retweet our contest tweet (only counts once, but feel free to retweet as often as you like).
  • Like our new Facebook page.
  • Pay attention for more chances at entries in the days to follow…

Now for the fine print:
This contest is in no way sponsored by Rio Grande Games (we are supplying the prize ourselves) or anyone associated with Dominion (we chose this prize because we love Dominion), so you will receive the prize whenever the game is released to the public. We will do our best to ship your prize in a timely manner, but please understand that in the world of board games, release dates are guidelines rather than rules, and we have no control over that. The contest will end on November 11 at midnight (central time) to ensure prompt delivery of your prize right around when Hinterlands releases. We will contact winners the following day using their method of entry (DM for Twitter, Facebook message for Facebook, e-mail for comments on FDQ—therefore, use a real name and e-mail address; it will only be used for this contest, promise). If the winner does not respond within three days, we will choose a new eligible winner, and so on, until someone claims the prize. This contest is open to anyone with an address in the continental United States, except for our family members (sorry, Mom!). (International folks: if you can find a continental US address willing to accept your prize, we’ll ship it there, and they can handle the next leg of the journey to you.) The winner will be chosen using random.org. We reserve the right to cancel the contest, modify the rules, or disqualify any entrants if there appears to be any tomfoolery or loopholing—please, follow the spirit of a good-natured giveaway contest.

Good luck, and happy slaying!

I'll try anything once, but my favorite games are generally middleweight Euros.

Discussion37 Comments

  1. Just an FYI, I don’t think that you can Facebook message someone that likes your site but isn’t your Facebook “friend”. I ran into this on my last contest. If you know how, though, please share this with me!

  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you for not having only Facebook for your contest entries. Some of us choose not to use it, and it is very disappointing to see a site you follow and enjoy that limits its contests to Facebook entries.

  3. @bgjosh we’ll figure simething out. Thanks for the tip.

    @SKelly we love all our followers, whether they’re on Twitter, facebook, or some other made up social network!

  4. I can do emotional appeal, Geekinsight! My FOUR kids – budding and enthusiastic gaming kids – would flip out over such a freebie!

    In fact, can they all comment on here for entry…ha! 🙂

  5. Great site. The two opinion format is really unique and if all I have to do is read and follow you to get a good game…well, I feel like I’m getting the better end of this deal.

  6. Sweet, entering my comment. What to say…. Kalalpalw briiiiiaaaaaaeeng! (just proving to my spouse that we can write anything in order to enter the contest)

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