Here we go again . . .
Stardoll posted this slight spoiler onto their Official Twitter account.
I couldn’t see it well enough on my mobile phone but it’s crystal clear here. The winner of MSW will win 1000 Stardollars, 2000 Starcoins, Exclusive Crown, Exclusive Sash, A full wardrobe of clothes and an invitation to post articles on the Stardoll Blog.
When thinking about it, it’s not that much. I was expecting a lot more for some strange reason. I think members want this more for the title and the popularity that comes with it rather than the actual rewards. I think that’s a sad thought to hold but it’s just the way our community stands.
This was posted on the official Stardoll Royalty Club by one of the two managers.
There was a little uncertainty in the topic whether or not it was meant by 400 Starcoins or 400 Starpoints. There was a 200 Starpoint benchmark last year. So unlike last year we can vote for anyone we wish and we can vote for multiple people, but only one specific member once. Sounds okay to me and a lot better than last year’s system.
I can just picture it in my mind. People spamming each other’s guestbooks for them to vote for each other and the amount of bribing. Peeps, we’re definitely going to see broadcast numbers up to a new high. We’ll see some RC clothing and LE/DKNY First season clothes on the table. Perhaps even a Year’s Membership within a raffle. This is going to be exciting and I can’t wait to see the absolute panic on this website when it comes along. I think some members take this contest a little bit too far. It’s supposed to be some light-hearted fun not some ridiculous bidding war.
Well if Stardoll doesn’t place a ban on bribing then we’ll all know who will win. An extremely well-known figure on Stardoll or a member with the hold of their parent’s credit card (or their own if they’re old enough).
So dress-up your dolls and decorate your suites as August the 29th is less than four weeks away.
I think we’d all like to think we could grab onto that title and crown but personally, I don’t see it being so realistic. It’s fun to participate in but I wouldn’t get upset if I wasn’t even chosen, but I’m still going to use it as an excuse to decorate my suite for once. There is a line in which one can easily cross, where this isn’t just a virtual game to entertain yourself but a some sort of burden that’s eating a way at your social life and money – then you know you’re in need of some help.