Weekly Competition #5 – Lowest Winner at Toad Road

 Weekly Competition #5 – Lowest Winner at Toad Road

  This week’s challenge has a huge twist to it. You have to collect the lowest amount of Ministars possible…but you MUST WIN the game. The game takes place at Toad Road. It’s back to 4 players as well. Once again, the grand prize is 50G to use in our Store to acquire free games. You can submit your score onto the Mario Party Legacy forum. Signing up for our forum is free, just click here to register today. You can click here submit your scores in this topic!

Each week, Mario Party Legacy will have a competition based on achieving a certain objective in Mario Party 9. Anyone is open to participating as long as they join the forum and post their submission here. The grand prize is 50G to the winner to help you add up points to buy games for free through our MPL G Shop. The contests will start on Tuesdays at 12 am PST and end on Mondays at 11:59 pm PST.  In order to submit to our competitions, you must have 3 pieces of informations in picture evidence.
1. Picture of the Rankings page after the game.
2. Picture of the Ministar Graph Chart after the game.
3. Picture of the Party Points earned screen shown after you leave the stats section of the post game.

  • You can play either Party or Solo mode when the event includes board gameplay, but you must have a picture of the 3 things listed above. That means you cannot show your past Solo Mode rankings as evidence.
  • Also, you cannot use handicaps, which is why we require the ministar graph chart and the Party Points earned.
  • And COM difficulty does not matter, but we would prefer that you play the highest difficulty you are capable of playing.
  • There must be 4 players.
  • You can submit any human player score to the competition.
  • Finally, you can submit to the competition as much as you want during the week (so you can better you score).

1st – 50G
2nd – 30G
3rd – 20G
4th – 10G
5th – 5G

Example of the 2 pictures required (quality doesn’t have to be as high, as long as the picture quality is good enough to see the numbers and graph clearly enough).

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