Welcome to Bigger & Better
Bigger & Better is a forum game designed to provide fun and entertainment by giving us little quests to do in-game while simultaneously teaching us to be better anglers.
A player will post a fish of any species, from any lake. A challenger will go catch a larger fish of that species (+1g or higher) from any lake and post proof in a reply. The challenger will also show the next fish to continue the challenge. The goal is to catch a bigger fish than the previous poster and try to stump all challengers by catching and showing a fish that no one else can beat. Remember that you must catch a bigger fish than the previous post and another fish to be your challenge to others and post them both at the same time in the same reply. This gives a sense of urgency as someone else might beat you to the punch and you'll have to start over on the next challenge.
Any player who has a post that no one can beat within 24 hours is considered a winner and the game will continue. (I have no way to edit posts to keep a tally so I will make a "Winner" post every time it happens with all updated winner records.)
Player 1: 49g Smelt (with image as proof)
Player 2: 62g Smelt (with image as proof) [Map, Spot, Bait] + 2kg Pike (with image as proof)
Player 3: 2.4kg Pike (with image as proof) [Map, Spot, Bait] + 1.2kg Crucian Carp (with image as proof)
No player may post twice in a row.
A challenger that caught a bigger fish for the previous post must give map, spot and bait used but not for his/her new challenge fish.
Only fish that were caught after a previous post will count. Let's be honest!
Only the exact same fish species will count.
In the case of 2 players posting at the same time, the first one submitted will be the official next challenge.
The bigger fish for the previous post and your challenge fish must be in the same post at the same time.
If no player is able to catch a bigger fish than the previous post in 24 hours from when the post was made, the player who made the last post is considered the winner and anyone is free to continue with a post of any new fish of any size.