The judges for the games are all admins of the group.
They are Matt, Dennis, Tyler, Nick, Mark and myself.
Some of these will also be judges for the MIT and some won't. That will be decided later. The person leading the charge in the MIT will be Hans D. with me as his backup. Over in the MIT, Hans' word is LAW and what he says, goes.
Thank you again to all the judges who will be working so hard to make this all come together!
I really expected more entries with the prizes being offered; however, this will have to do. There are already some fantastic entries so far, and this year’s MocOlympics should still be a real cutthroat show of outstanding Lego prowess.
Even with the lower amount of mocs in play, it will still take us time to judge, tally, recheck, and seed the field. In other words, DON’T ASK. We will keep you updated on the status of who placed where when we get it all in. Round 2 will start on September 19th at midnight. That will give us enough time for all the official business, so be patient until then. We will be here to answer all your questions as long as they are reasonable and do not involve the words, “When will you post the scores?”
Got it? Good.
Thank you all for giving us a difficult job in judging, as it should be your primary goals. We wish all of you the best of luck and truly can’t wait for the pandemonium that is called Round 2.