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That's right folks, its almost that time of year again and to help you and your loved one celebrate that special day, the Rubi-Ka Marriage Registry is offering you the chance to have your Valentines day wedding in the ceremony hall on the ARK Playfield using your very own ceremony! The winner's ceremony will also be entered into our collection of ceremonies and will be offered to other couples in the future!
Here is what you have to do:
Write a wedding ceremony. (Yep, its as simple as that :p)
The ceremony itself doesn't have to be like the traditional kind of ceremony that we all know; it can be along any theme you like. The only restriction is that it is for two people and includes a section for vows and a section for exchanging rings. You don't have to worry about putting the ceremony into a script; we will do that but please take this into consideration when you are writing it.
How to enter:
Send your completed ceremony to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject line: "RKMR Competition - Couple's names - Dimension". In the body of the email you include your ceremony plus a brief statement that clearly allows ARK/Funcom to use your ceremony for publishing if we choose to. Please also include the email addresses of both players. Only one entry per couple will be accepted. Any entry not following this will not be considered.
All entries must be received no later than Wednesday February 6th at midnight GMT.
The ARK Community Relations Weddings Team will contact the winners with instructions as to how to collect their winnings and to setup a meeting to discuss the details of the further happenings.
If you would like to find out more about the Rubi-Ka Marriage Registry or see some samples of our current ceremonies, you should have a look at this
*Anyone can access the ARK Playfield (even froobs!) but if the winners do not wish your wedding to take place on the ARK Playfield, it can be held anywhere on Rubi-Ka within reason.
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