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So actors win Oscars, musicians win Grammy's, I had the idea of hosting an official community engagement award ceremony on Discord! Below you will find a list of awards. You will all nominate someone for the award of your choice, or choices. If any given person receives more than 4 nominations, they will officially be recognised as an ICA Nominee. In a week or two, I will give you all the discord link and I will present the awards to the nominees who receive the most nominations in each category. List Of Awards ICA Politics Award - For whoever has been most active and engaging in the political arena ICA Business Award - For whoever has put a lot of effort into their business ICA Law Enforcement Award - For the law enforcement agent who has been engaging with the community the most ICA Entrepreneur Award - For the business owner with the most unique and original idea for a business ICA Diplomat Award - For someone who always contributes to discussions in an impartial and respectful manner ICA Support Award - For whoever is always there to answer any questions for anyone ICA Underworld Award - For the most lucrative criminal. Can go to a whole group. The Identity Masters Award - For the all-around best jack of all trades character on the forums I personally would like to nominate the following. @LuciousTimes for the ICA Politics Award @Norway174 for the ICA Law Enforcement Award @JamesLuck01 for the Support Award Please place your nominations below, I hope you like this fun little idea! P.S I think it would be cool to have a set of logos which correspond with each award. Something small that the winners can put in their signature as a trophy. Also one single logo for any nominee runner up. We obviously wont be able to enforce that only winners can wear this badge, but its a cool idea. If anyone could design some small, discreet logos please PM me. Thanks!
BlazinBender posted a question in Tourism <span style='font-size:0.7em'>(Q&A)</span>So I'm just wondering if murder is going to be rewarding the killer with the victims possessions, and if so what's the amount of value, monetary or otherwise, that a victim looses.