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It's that time of the year again.

 

Hello and welcome to Ninfora's third annual Secret Santa event for 2019! I am your host, Santa Chrom, here again to make everyone's holiday season a great one.

 

Whether you are a returning or new participant to this yearly community event, getting involved is as simple as ever!

 

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What is Secret Santa?

 

In Secret Santa, members fill out a form to tell Santa Chrom a little about themselves (such as where they live, what they like, and more), and are later randomly assigned another participating member as their Tiny Tim, whom they must deliver a gift to by the holiday season, receiving the information that Tiny Tim shared with Santa Chrom. At that point, it becomes the Secret Santa's responsibility to pick out a gift for their Tiny Tim based on the given information. At the same time, the Secret Santa's own information is shared with yet another participating member, so they too will be a Tiny Tim to another Secret Santa.

 

In short, in Secret Santa, you will give to one person, and you will receive from another person. It's called Secret Santa because you should remain anonymous until the day your Tiny Tim receives your gift!

 

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Rules

  • All gifts should be valued at least roughly $10 USD (before tax/shipping). Pay what you want, but don't be cheap.
    • Personally crafted gifts are waived from this rule.
  • Delivering directly via Amazon, eBay, Etsy, or other storefronts is acceptable by default.
    • You may specify on your form that you would prefer not to receive gifts through particular ways.
  • Digital items (games, movies, etc.) are acceptable to be gifted by default.
    • You may specify on your form that you would prefer not to receive particular kinds of gifts.
  • Any way to wrap your gift and/or include a personal message should be taken if possible. The same goes with tracking, share that with Santa Chrom via private message.
  • This exchange is open to all members regardless of residence.
    • Santa Chrom reserves the right to decline a registration if he believes an applicant may not be suitable to participate.
  • Only sign up if you are serious and committed to participating. It makes organizing this a lot easier for Santa Chrom.
    • If at any point you believe you will no longer be able to participate, please send a private message to Santa Chrom at the earliest opportunity.
  • Received gifts must be shared in this topic with some kind of visual proof.
    • Tiny Tims may choose to open/share their gifts received early if they want to.
  • If a Tiny Tim has not received their gift by a certain date, Santa Chrom will personally deliver a gift to them as compensation.

 

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The dates to remember, take note!

 

Nov 24 - Last day to sign up

Nov 25 - Secret Santa-Tiny Tim sortings distributed

Dec 18 - Gift deliveries begin (if international, consider shipping sooner)

Jan 03 - Santa Chrom makes his rounds for empty-handed Tiny Tims

 

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Sign up here!

(sign-ups closed as of November 25, 2019)

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The NSFW question was a tough one, because there are layers to NSFW.

 

I have no problem playing games like Senran Kagura, I just don't want hentai showing up in my mailbox. Consulting with Chrom, I was told it was intended to mean "sexually explicit content" and figured the "no" was a safer answer than "yes." It might almost be worth a pair of questions, given the distinction between M-rated video games and R-rated movies that could be considered NSFW and porn/hentai/things of that nature. 

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1 hour ago, Chrom said:

Good news, everyone. All messages have been sent out, so we're ready to move! Now comes the fun part for the next month.

I didn't get a message and I signed up before the deadline date.

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1 hour ago, blcdude1 said:

The NSFW question was a tough one, because there are layers to NSFW.

 

I have no problem playing games like Senran Kagura, I just don't want hentai showing up in my mailbox. Consulting with Chrom, I was told it was intended to mean "sexually explicit content" and figured the "no" was a safer answer than "yes." It might almost be worth a pair of questions, given the distinction between M-rated video games and R-rated movies that could be considered NSFW and porn/hentai/things of that nature. 

 

With Tyranogre in the mix it's best to err on the side of caution.

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