Urgent Evoke

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What Happens Next?


// 010 What Happens Next?

The story of EVOKE is just beginning, and it's up to you to decide where it goes from here.

In Season 1, more than 18,500 agents from more than 150 countries worked together to successfully complete more than 30,000 world-changing missions and quests.

So what great adventure happens next? YOU TELL US.

  • Where will the EVOKE network be summoned next?
  • What new social problems will they tackle?
  • What obstacles will they face?
  • What new characters will they meet?
  • How will they evolve as heroes?
  • How will they change the way they work, now that the secret is out?

Your mission this week: Help create Season 2 of EVOKE.

What's next for the EVOKE network?

You'll still be able to:

  • Read every episode from Season 1
  • Access the investigation files
  • Search and review all the submitted evidence (more than 20,000 blog posts, videos, photos and counting!)
  • Comment on the evidence
  • Power-vote the evidence
  • Continue working on any and all quests (and lighting up your quest runes!)
  • Send and receive messages from other EVOKE agents
  • Post comments on other agents' walls
  • Continue your discussions in the forum
  • Share status updates on your profile page
  • Post comments to other agents' walls
  • Follow the Leader Cloud
  • Continue working on EVOKE missions (and lighting up mission runes!) HOWEVER you won't be able to post new evidence on the EVOKE network -- so you'll need to post your mission work on an external (non-EVOKE) blog, video-sharing site, or photo-sharing site -- such as Facebook, Blogger, YouTube, or Flickr. We encourage you to tag your evidence #EVOKE!

You won't be able to:

  • Upload new evidence (blog posts, videos or photos) to the EVOKE network
  • Invite new members (new agents must wait until Season 2 to be approved)


LEARN: What urgent challenge should EVOKE tackle next?
ACT: Write the first episode of EVOKE Season 2.
IMAGINE: Alchemy wants YOU to write the official EVOKE manifesto.

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