Sep. 26th, 2016

[identity profile] sassyjumper.livejournal.com
Hello, everyone, and welcome to the Sick!Wilson Fall Fling!

To honor the shift in seasons—and the ever-evolving ways in which Wilson can fall ill or suffer injury—our theme for this event is: Change.

There are many ways to interpret that idea. Wilson could be his hapless self in an alternate universe. He could suffer an affliction that alters his personality. He could become fed up with his life and make a transition no one expected. He could dye his hair blond and suffer the emotional fallout of House’s ridicule.

As you can see, the possibilities are endless. We’ll be here for the next two weeks to supply you with creative inspiration, whether you’re a writer or artist. We’ll also have some fun activities and discussion—So there will be something for every Sick!Wilson fan.

We’ll get things rolling right away. (Wilson can’t wait!) Stay tuned for a post from [livejournal.com profile] yarroway later today.

As always, if you have questions, feel free to PM any of the friendly mods here: me ([livejournal.com profile] sassyjumper), [livejournal.com profile] yarroway or [livejournal.com profile] menolly_au.

Have fun, Fling-ers!
[identity profile] sassyjumper.livejournal.com
No Sick!Wilson event would be complete without some festive badges for you to collect.

Nab one of the fall-themed badges below each time you complete a challenge or take part in an activity or discussion. Choose the one-star badge after you’ve completed your first mission, the two-star badge for your second, and so on.

We have a super-cute Super!Wilson badge for those who go above and beyond—to help encourage your participation.

Have at it!

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[identity profile] yarroway.livejournal.com
There are two things you can do here, and either one earns you a shiny autumnal badge.

First, you can think of some ways hapless oncologists could get hurt in the fall. Second, you can use your ideas or someone else's to write a 3 sentence fic about one. It's perfectly fine to re-use a prompt.

I have to run out for a bit, but I'll start us off with biting into a bad candy apple and tripping over a rake.