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Birth of a Legend

Oh, hello, players. Come in, come in. 

You look like someone who has come here to gain some insight into this week’s trivia show. What do you want me to tell you? Do you want me to tell you that I’m proud of this week’s show as a whole, but if you look at any questions individually, the work we’ve done here is an assault on the well being of society? Do you want me to say that Wisconsin’s Hardest Anjali is currently camped out in an undisclosed North Carolina bunker and therefore we’re probably looking at a category on the Great State of North Carolina? Is that what you want to hear? 

And what of Wisconsin’s Hardest Nick? What are they gonna say about him, when he’s gone, huh? What are they gonna say? Are they gonna say “he was a kind man”? “He was a wise man”? “He had plans”; “He had wisdom”? Bullshit, man! What are they gonna do when he’s gone? What are they gonna turn to me? I mean come on, look at me! Am I gonna set them straight? 

No, you, players, you’re the ones who need to tell the story of Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia. You’re the ones who need to make sure the world knows the story of the fighters. How a ragtag group of trivia players like Good Enough, or even Tunnelsnakes Take Chicago, took on Alphabet Mafia

And don’t wait for time to create the legend, do it now. Make it one team, call them Good Enough, Chicago. Tell the story of how this crew of bad players, good people, and just purely fucking dog shit trivia players, stepped up and took on the super power. 

Will they win the Spring 2021 league? Of course not. We’re going to have to rely on Scrambled Eggs or That’s A Considerable Amount of Raven, or maybe even OGNOF, to take down the champs. But it’s a legend, so what does it matter? I mean, what could go wrong with a few thousand years of people telling a story from only their point of view? 

Side note: the current events category is about 80 percent a downer this week. Yay!

To secure your spot in history–to be able to tell your friends and family, 50 years in the future, that you were there–get your team registered for this week’s show. 

  1. The Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia entrance fee is $10/player, or $50/team of six players. Teams can still play with more than six players, but will be docked 10 points for each additional player. Drop your payments on paypal.me/SlashGreg.
  2. Once your team has registered, you’ll get the password to the Zoomiary. 
  3. Be sure your teammates know your team name before the game starts, this will allow us to put you on the right team.
  4. Finally, if you have any questions, drop an email on Nick@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com, Anjali@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com or Greg@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com and we’ll get you in the mix.  

The show starts tonight at 7pm. See you then. 

 

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