Here we go! The agent round! Before you dive in, please - agents and entrants - read this post!
Agents, entrants are spread out over all three blogs. You can also find them at Laura's blog and Mike’s blog. Blog assignment does not necessarily indicate who picked them.
Agents will request by saying, “I want to see more of this!” and leaving their submission instructions. (Kombatants: Don’t forget to put QUERY KOMBAT Request in your subject line when sending material!)
As you remember, agent requests will stay hidden until an entry is knocked out of the tournament.
The number of pages you’ll send depends on how far you go in Query Kombat!
Host Saves or Round 2 knockout = 30 page request
Round 3 knockout = 50 page request
Round 4 knockout = 100 page request
Round 5 knockout = 150 page request
Round 6 knockout = 200 page request
GRAND CHAMPION = Full request
For instance, getting knocked out in the third round means the writer will send 50 pages to any agent who requested their work. The grand champion winner from the final round will see their requests bumped up to a full. Host Saves will be allowed to see their requests immediately as they are not continuing to the 2nd round.
Each agent gets 2 wild cards! (In the case of a wild card, said wild card is displayed immediately, giving Kombatants a reason to watch the blogs!)
If an agent sees an entry where maybe getting the minimum of 30 pages isn’t enough, they can play a wild card and name their amount of pages and get their request immediately! If they fall in love and absolutely want a full, the wild card will let them do that.
However, only two wild cards can stand per entry. That means only the first two wild cards count. After that the agents will have to wait.
So that’s it! Commenting on entries is only allowed for agents. Kombatants can mix and mingle on twitter but can’t comment, with the exception of this post where they can leave questions.
Best of luck and May the Requests Be With You! BATTLE ON!