1. Vermillion Tempest
I think this was the best MOC in show. The design, however, feels a little lacking. Plain. And unlike the inspiration for the name, does not have a third arm. Solid effort, but it doesn't really strike me with enough "wow" for the contest theme.
2. The Days They Were Needed and the Years They Were Not
The story was a great read. Love the old-school feel of the characters. Yet, there were a few times where sentence structure was awkward and brought me out of the story. And again, I did not truly feel a sense of awe with the battle.
3. Fatal Wound
One of my favourite entries in the entire contest. I got a sense of scale that I feel was fairly well demonstrated. Well done.
I never got around to posting it, but this was my choice for the Music portion of the contest. It actually feels like a soundtrack. I feel like the piano strikes near the 2:30 mark would have been better as church bells, which would have lead well into the chorus, but that's just my opinion. Very impressed.
5. Mech Vs. Monster
Cute sprite comic. Fairly decent story with little reliance on the standard meme format. Hard to read at times though. I never understand why sprite comics just don't jump to using a text-box format. It's a style choice inherent with the medium, and with good reason.
6. Attak on Bionicles
Forever one of my favorite comics. Glad to see it made it here.
7. Bionicle: Defeat the Titans
Had this have been a functioning game and not just a description, maybe a vote? When [someone who will remain unnamed] came up with the contest theme, he was dreaming of an RPG where people would actually take the entries they made in other categories, entered it in a sitewide text-based RPG to fight for ultimate dominance. The contest didn't wind up being that, and I'm kinda bitter about it. A good entry, but I can't really consider the category because of all the lost potential and I am just a grumpy meanypuss.
For me it came down to Fatal Wound, Charge and Attak on Bionicles. All three of these entries border on what I wanted to see from this contest. Ultimately, the one I voted for was #4, Charge.