A Comedic Case
The first of the new breed of Trial Competitions, A Comedic Case, was a complete success. I revived the competitions after they went down hill last year. I changing how they are run to try and make them more popular, and that seems to have worked. There were a lot of brilliant and original entries. But more importantly, the winner of the competition was Zeel1 for his entry entitled "The Most Important Trial Ever Held".
For those of you who aren't aware, the objective of the competition was to create the funniest trial, hence the title. Zeel's was almost certainly the best, but it was hard to choose between his entry and Admiral Canucks. I don't want to spoil them; you need to see them for yourself, if you haven't already.
Zeel has created the next competition, appropriately with a Halloween theme. "The Night Of A Thousand Screams" is a more loosely conditioned competition, as you can enter any sort of trial, as long as it has a spooky theme! Good luck if you want to enter!
Narokh has finished his latest trial, Turnabout at the Convention, a sequel to his featured trial, Turnabout Deception.
Danielinhoni and Trybien have started offering a service of improving the quality of trailers made in the Trial Editor. You should visit the AAO Trailer Guild if you think your trailer isn't EPIC enough.