You may have heard about this crazy game from somewhere. In truth, I started the first round back in October 2006 never thinking it would get this insanely popular. But I’m glad it did, because I love hosting it and every round has its own wild dose of insanity. All you need to do is sign up, and you’ll see for yourself. Trust me, everyone does sooner or later…
Like PSG Nightlife, PSG Round 8: Powerhouse Edition will have most of its activities happen at night, such as the challenges and the Pikachu Rolls (which I’ll get into later). I work a full time job at Pfizer, and they don’t like it when people waste company time surfing the Internet, so that’s the reason for the night-based activities. But weekends are fair game for anytime.
Round 1’s Winner
: May Norman (Now Snow Fairy Sugar)
Round 2’s Winner
: Chuck Norris (Even though the game was canceled, he still managed to win)
Round 3’s Winner
Round 4’s Winner
: Mario (Now Sixto)
Round 5’s Winner
Round 6’s Winner
: Tiana M
Round 7’s Winner
If you decide to sign up and join, then you need to agree that its okay for me to mess around with your signature and avatar (save it beforehand!). If you get turned into a Pikachu during the course of the game (and chances are VERY high that may happen!), then your banner and avatar will be changed to resemble that. And yes, some people join PSG rounds just for a free Pikachu banner and avatar. And considering I love seeing more people wearing a Pikachu in their profile, we’ve got a very mutual thing going on!
Fevers, colds, chicken pox… those all came and went without a problem. However, when Pika Flu came along… let’s just say neither you nor your medicine cabinet were prepared…
The city where you live was suddenly overcome by a mysterious sickness called Pika Flu, and when anyone catches Pika Flu, they instantly find themselves permanently transformed into a Pikachu. In order to win this game, you need to be the last human standing, and the prize is being able to freely ask me for banners at any time (I have no banner shop, so this is the only way to get banners from me). In addition, you get to laugh at the twenty-six people who are now looking up at you from four feet below as yellow, fuzzy Pikachus.
Most people would agree that the insanity of this game is where the fun really is.
I’m rotten, I know.