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RevMo 2022 Review Day (September 23 - 25)



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Fri Sep 23, 2022 8:35 pm
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MaybeAndrew says...



Andrews Reviews: Team Bzzzy Bees
1. work/VengefulReaper/The-Lie-that-Saved-the-World-Chapter-0-part-4-153960?c=735412#c735412
2. work/Rook/Two-Rondeaus-154185?c=735467#c735467
Last edited by MaybeAndrew on Sun Sep 25, 2022 3:48 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Sun Sep 25, 2022 1:29 am
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Liminality says...



*beep boop* Here's a quick notification for all our Review Day participants!

After the official end time which you can check in the main post, there will be an 8-hour grace period for you to log any remaining reviews. When the 8-hour period is up, the reviews will be tallied up and the winning team announced.

All the best with the reviews!
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Sun Sep 25, 2022 12:09 pm
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Liminality says...



Review Day Results



Hiya hiya reviewers! I'm here with the review tallies and the results for the teams . . .


The runner-up is . . .

Team Bees Bzzy Reviewing, which wrote 9 reviews!

The winner is . . .

Team Poultry-geists, who wrote 21 reviews!



In total we wrote 30 reviews together this Review Day! Hurray!

Awesome job everybody, and awesome team name selections, too :D
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