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EA Games and TheOneRing.net Writing Contest Starts

EA Games and TheOneRing.net Writing Contest Starts Today!

Here is your chance to win an Xbox 360 bundle, a copy of 'The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II', and other great prizes in
TheOneRing.net and EA Games 'Northern Kingdom Writing Contest!' Put your creative hats on and write your own short story about the Dunedain and the struggles of the Northern Kingdom. TheOneRing.net staff will review the entries and winners will be announced April 7th 2006.

How to Enter

It is easy to enter, just follow these simple directions:

1. CHOOSE A SCREEN - Three Screen Caps are shown below from EA GAMES release of 'The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for MIddle-earth II'. Choose which screen grab you would like to write about.

2. WRITE YOUR STORY - Write a short story based on the screen grab. The story should be no longer than 1000 words. (TIP: Write your story in a text editor and then copy and paste it into the form below)

3. FILL OUT THE FORM - Once you have chosen your screen grab and written a short story about it, go ahead and fill out the form below. Please be sure to fill out all parts of the form.

And that is it! Entries will be judged by the staff of TheOneRing.net and winners will be announced on April 7th 2006! Good Luck!

http://www.theonering.net/giveaway/contestEA.php

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