A crash course in changing the world.
Call the EVOKE Network to action. This is your chance to harness the collective and collaborative powers of EVOKE. Submit a challenge to the Network in this discussion thread, and my team and I might feature it in the Breaking News box.
A good challenge will take only a short time to complete. Consider these possible challenge themes, or suggest something of your own:
HOW TO SUBMIT A CHALLENGE:
1 - In this discussion thread, describe your challenge. Tell us what you’d like to see the EVOKE Network do.
2 - Choose the EVOKE Power or Powers you want to see grow. Tell us how you think the challenge
should be rewarded.
If your challenge is selected to be featured, you will earn +100 Spark.
The Network awaits your call to action.
I would like the EVOKE network to feature a debate form of the player-created game - something that would be of use to us if we were to enter into any particular field, as debating is so beneficial an art. It would fall under both knowledge share and resourcefulness - the mission would begin a countdown timer, or something to that effect, and the two agents participating would research and prepare a blog page on the topic that they had chosen on the site. This would promote research, argumentative writing and quick thinking.
It should be rewarded with a Knowledge Share and/or a Resourcefulness point, with the points going to each who participated, perhaps two to the one chosen as the better debater (Knowledge Share and Resourcefulness), and one (for Knowledge Share) to his competitor. Vision points could even be brought in, in exceptionally good cases.
I think this could prove a useful tool for any people planning on making a big impact on the world - because in order to obtain assistance from anyone, you often have to make them see what you do - and debating hones this skill.
I propose a challenge to the people interested in dealing with food shortages and possible solutions - the challenge is to plant from seed (or grocery refuse) and grow something edible in the 68 days left until the end of the first season of Evoke.