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Battle Pass

How it Works

In years past, artists were required to submit Intro Comics for every single character they wanted to enter, except for in special Tournament cases. Now, with BattlePass, the only time an Intro Comic is required is for users with no active, living characters on the site.

When a new artist gets their first character accepted, they are then awarded a BattlePass: with the BattlePass, you are granted the ability to battle and create comics on the site. You will also be awarded three BattlePass character slots, which you can use to submit characters without an Intro Comic.

When you submit a character without an Intro Comic, you will use one of your three BattlePass character slots. All other character requirements (design sheet, icon, bio, etc) still apply. However, as soon as you complete at least one comic with a BattlePassed character, you are refunded the slot that the character occupied. Essentially, you can only have up to three characters with zero comics at a time.

If you decide later on that you want to add an Intro Comic to a BattlePassed character, all you have to do is upload a comic and title it Intro Comic. It will automatically be applied to your character’s profile as their Intro Comic!

Provisional Characters

If you have a design sheet for your first character ready but are stuck on the introduction comic, you can submit your character as a Provisional Character. An artist with a Provisional Character does not have a BattlePass. You can have up to three Provisional Characters at a time.

Without the BattlePass, you cannot use these characters yet in comics and most events, but there are still many ways to use this character on the site.

Provisional characters can be loaned out to BattlePass users who want to battle with them. Meaning, a member with a BattlePass can battle using your character if you grant them permission.

As a Provisional member, you’re also allowed to write for another artist for a collaborative battle or beyond battle, as long as all parties agree to the collaboration. You may write for your own character as long as a BattlePass carrying member draws. This provision has been added to help foster interaction with the community and to encourage more writers to join in the fun.

You can submit an introduction comic for any Provisional character at any time. If the introduction comic is approved, you will unlock the BattlePass and its benefits.

To Summarize:

Members without a BattlePass or an active character can:
  1. Write for another artist’s character’s comics as long as all relevant parties are in agreement.
  2. Lend a Provisional Character to an artist with a BattlePass for a comic. You may write for this comic if you both agree to it.
  3. Submit up to 3 Provisional Characters with design sheets.
  4. Participate in a special qualifying event or tournament using a provisional character (most commonly death tournaments and invitationals).

    1. If the character dies, then the slot they occupied as a Provisional Character becomes vacant and you may submit another character to fill the Max 3 Limit.
    2. If you complete a comic of at least two pages during the event or tournament, it will meet the requirement for a BattlePass without requiring a full character submission.
  5. Participate in art jams and other non-comic fun with your Provisional Characters.
  6. Add an introduction comic to a Provisional Character at any time to apply for a BattlePass.
Members with a BattlePass can:
  1. Participate in regular comic matches, beyond battles, and artist matches.
  2. Apply for entry to all tournaments and events.
  3. Submit up to 3 characters without an intro comic at a time, or submit characters with intro comics.
  4. Add intro comics to existing characters.
  5. Borrow a character from another artist with their permission and make comics with them.
Registered members who already had a character on the website before the introduction of the BattlePass will automatically be granted a BattlePass and will gain all of its privileges.