It's that time of year again; time for the annual ADBZRPG Christmas giveaway. This year we are giving away two prizes to the lucky winner. The first is an art book called Dragon Ball: A Visual History by Akira Toriyama. This is a 240 page hardcover
book that looks beautiful. Check out the embedded video below from "Right Stuf Anime" for a peek at what the book looks like. An awesome addition to the collection of any Dragon Ball fan!
The second prize is a copy of the new Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot video game on your choice of Xbox One or PlayStation 4. This looks like one of the better DBZ games with some pretty good review scores all around and is already the third highest-selling Dragon Ball game in the United States.
Now onto the rules. First of all, both prizes mentioned above are going to the same winner. There will only be one winner. Entries for the contest will be accepted starting December 1, 2020 and will close December 26, 2020 at noon, eastern time. To
enter all you have to do is go post on the giveaway thread on the forums that you want to enter (here: https://forum.alexsdbzrpg.com/thread/13390/2020-christmas-giveaway-entry-thread)
You can only enter once. Do not enter with multiple characters. The winner will be chosen randomly using a random number generation software online. As per usual, you must live in the continental United States to enter to win the prize (due to shipping costs) but you can still enter if you live in another country. Please mention that in your entry post. If you get chosen to win, you will instead get a consolation prize of +25 DP, and I will continue with picking a winner until I hit someone that lives in the U.S. You also need to be willing to PM me your address so I can have it shipped directly to you. Approximate value of the prize is around $60-$70 depending on which
version of the game you end up chosing.
Finally, you need to have been an accepted member at the time this contest began.
Subscribers: Mention that you are an active subscriber in your entry post and get a second entry into the contest to improve your chances!
Also don't forget to check out my newest e-book "A History of the Most Popular DBZ RPG Ever Made" which is a collected 20 year history of the site. It is absolutely free to download and you can get it by clicking here.