Alrighty people, it is a new year, a new board, and that means new sentences - those fantastic little gems of stories which are like drabbles. Only . . . less. The Instructions: 1. Every month, on the first, for as long as people are interested, a prompt table will be posted. Your goal is to take these 50 prompts to create 50 sentences to form a full story. There will be only one table a month this round to give muses and people some breathing room. 2. Any fandom is up for grabs. But, that same fandom should be used throughout the set of fifty sentences you are writing. The Rules: 1. Each prompt is for one sentence, and one sentence only. While you should feel free to stretch the laws of grammar and slaughter commas, use common sense while doing so. 2. All of the sentences must be posted together. No 25 of them here, or 25 of them there. 3. Each sentence may be independent of each other, or they may be continuations. (For example: “How are you?” and then “Just fine.” may be done under two different prompts.) 4. You can do the same table twice for more than one fandom – the whole point of this is to write. You can keep your replies in the same thread, or you can keep separate threads. Although, if you are going to participate regularly, I would recommend keeping these in the same thread to prevent a mini-fic overload on the boards. 5. Unlike the first round, please feel free to write for old tables, even as new ones are posted. We are looking to inspire your muse in any way how. 6. There will be no mixing of the themes from the different sets. You commit to a set like a spouse. Learn to love the whole of it – even the pesky prompts that bother you. 7. Do the prompts in order – once again, learn to love the good and bad of a set. There's no excuse for lazy writers! 8. A no-brainer – but keep the sentences TOS friendly. 9. I had to have a nine here so that ten would feel important. 10. Have fun! For those interested, the old challenge threads can be found here: [link=http://boards.theforce.net/threads/...-and-a-question-to-participants.31456891/]The Fifty Sentence Challenge 2011[/link] [link=http://boards.theforce.net/threads/...ke-deux-marchs-prompts-are-here.32029557/]The Fifty Sentence Challenge 2012[/link] (as far as it got) That said, lets get started!