It's time to partner up! This next challenge will take place divided into seven teams of two, so talk to one another and decide who you want to pair up with for a shot at duo Immunity. The person left out without a partner will team up with whomever returns from The Edge.
This challenge will require a little bit of creativity, maybe some research, and a write-up.
Day 21; 10 castaways down, 14 more to go. Everyone welcome, Kirk, back from The Edge!
Let's get to today's challenge.
The seal of a nation or state is used today for authenticating documents of high importance or high ceremony issued in the name of the sovereign or the chief executive authority, such as the president or governor. As a newly formed district, it is time come up with a district name and design a district seal.
The image above is the state seal of Arizona, which illustrates the state's key enterprises at the time; mining, ranching, farming and climate. In the background of the seal is a mountain range with the sun rising behind mountain peaks and at the right side of the mountain range is a storage reservoir (a man-made lake) and a dam. The sun and reservoir represent Arizona’s dry and sunny climate. In the middle of the seal are irrigated fields and orchards to represent farming; and, in the lower right side we see ranching represented in the form of grazing cattle. To the left, on a mountainside, is a quartz mill with a miner with a pick and shovel.
For your first challenge at the merge each of duo will create a District Seal that best represents your new tribe.
Drew & Alex Rocky & Abbie Enid & Derby Mike & Odd Adam & Carlos LaTanya & Lance Eric & Kirk
Use the above graphic and decorate it as you see fit.
There will be a panel of 2 Production members & 2 iS alumni who will grade your submissions for a total of 400 points. If you are able to make the most creative district seal (aka, "best-looking" while still meeting the requirements), your duo will win immunity, and will be safe from the vote. An accompanied description will also be taken into consideration while grading.
You are allowed to include names, pictures, or anything else you'd like on the above seal, however, there are a few criteria that must be fulfilled;
The iSurv1vor: Oak Creek Canyon Logo
Must incorporate Arizona/ghost town culture
Must incorporate aspects of the merge district members
New Tribe Color (Blue) & new district name
Must resemble a traditional State Seal
A short write-up of your seal and the creative process behind it