Please note, all surveys are due at the same time they are listed as being due for points if you would like points for every battle to count
A few useful notes:
- Rounds 1 through 3 give "home court advantage" to the higher-ranked animal, meaning the fight occurs in that animal's habitat. This is especially important for aquatic competitors.
- The final rounds occur in one of four habitats selected randomly. See below for details.
- Competitors do not need to fight. Meaning, if animals are territorial or predator/prey they are likley to attack each other, but two herbivores might graze together for a while before one wanders away.
- Outside interference occassionally causes havoc. The MMM organizers use a random number generator and probabilites to find out what happens, but that means a mouse can beat a lion on rare occassions. Realistic interference helps explain these outcomes.
Round 1 Survey (due by 3:00 on 3/8 for your wild card point to count)
Round 2 Survey (due by 3:00 3/18 )
Round 3 Survey (due by 3:00 on 3/24)
Elite Trait Survey (due by 3:00 on 3/25)
Final Roar Survey (due by 3:00 on 3/29)
Championship (due by 3:00 on 3/31)
Animal List Powerpoint