Hello, friends! I come to you today to talk about my adventures through the land of the Queendom, and what I managed to accomplish this weekend with my fellow Bards~
If you’d like to see what I wanted to read, as well as the Badges of Honor I set out to achieve, then check out my TBR post here!
First, let us discuss the Badges of Honor I managed to achieve during the Royal Weekender!
These were the badges that I, as a bard, could win if I completed each of these tasks. I was close to getting all eight, but I only ended up with seven. Here are the ones that I won, and with what.
- Oath Maker – I shared my TBR with you lovely folks a few days before the Royal Weekender took place, thus securing this badge for myself!
- Power Surge – I participated in a two hour long sprint on Saturday, from 8AM-10AM EST. I managed to read 78 pages during that time, which was fantastic!
- Tome Champion – I managed to complete Percy Jackson: The Titan’s Curse on midnight on the dot Sunday night/Monday morning. It was quite good!
As you can see, the only badge I did not win in this was the Tournament Ready badge, as I was unable to attend the tournaments due to 1) my forgetfulness, and 2) my laptop crapping the bed because of a slug.
Yes. A slug got into my laptop and now I have to get a new part to fix it. So. That happened and I didn’t read all the books I wanted to, but I did finish reading the one book that was my primary goal, so, yay me!
And the Bard specific badges I won:
- Superior Inspiration – Percy Jackson is all about Greek mythological retellings, so yay!
- Song of Joy – For my song, I chose Crazy for Love by Mondays, which is a cute song perfect for closing your eyes and just having a blast dancing to.
- Soft Heart – The cinnamon roll character in the Percy Jackson series, I find, is Grover. He seems like such a cinnamon roll, and I want to protect him.
- Simple Soul – All of the covers of the books are illustrated, and so, this simply fit!
So, as you might have already be able to tell, I completed only Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Titan’s Curse.
You can check out my complete review here, but in short, I really enjoyed it! I think this is my favorite of the series so far, and I’m really excited to continue reading and see what happens next in the exciting life Percy is having.
The books I didn’t get to were the first six volumes of My Hero Academia, which is a manga series (an anime!) by Kohei Hoshitori. Due to the unforeseen circumstance with my laptop, that took a chunk of my time out from reading, but I am still glad I was able to finish at least the one book for the event – which was the primary goal, anyway!
Overall, this was a fun event, and I’m definitely excited for the full Bookie Trials event in July. I can’t wait!
Did you participate in the trials? What team were you on and how did you do with your goals? Do you think you’ll be participating in the bigger event later this year? Let me know in the comments!