”Severus and Hermione are a happy, and by agreement, childless couple until Severus unexpectedly decides that he does want to become a parent. After some consideration, Hermione agrees to start a family with him if he'll agree to bear their child and become his or her primary caregiver. Severus' acceptance of Hermione's conditions is not without its complications—for both of them.”
If you have a mpreg square, this prompt counts- even though it doesn’t say “mpreg”, the condition is specifically defined.
”Hermione catches Severus cheating and curses a part of his anatomy to grow.”
This prompt may NOT be counted for either Infidelity nor well-endowed, because those conditions aren’t specifically defined. Severus could be cheating while playing cards. Hermione may have cursed his tongue.
Each sign-up may be used only once, so choose carefully.
You may NOT use your own sign up to fill in a square.
If we find out you cheated (and we always do), you will be shamed in public. With jazz hands. And spirit fingers.
Also, as the ever-brilliant mundungus42 pointed out, asking for "MLC/MPREG/Regency/Andrew Lloyd Webber songfic with adowable babies just to win at Bingo" will surely result in you RECEIVING said fic. Infinitely more painful than spirit fingers, no?
How do you find the prompt/sign up/comment location?
Look at the comment/sign-up box. Directly under the user name is a time stamp.
example: 2010-04-20 02:05 pm (local) (link) ← see the link? Click on that, and the sign-up’s location will be displayed in your browser’s address bar. Cut and paste that info onto your card.
As you find matching sign-ups, just cut and paste the links into the square with the prompt (it’s helpful during the prize claiming process if each square holds both the prompt and the precise link to the correct sign-up).
How to WIN Exchange Bingo
Search the sign-ups until your card looks one of three ways (each card equals one prize - once a prize is claimed, that card cannot be played again).
The green squares represent prompts found in the sign-ups. These squares form a S. The first player to call a S wins a banner.
The green squares represent prompts found in the sign-ups. These squares form an H. The first player to call an H wins a banner.
Every square is filled in on the card. This is called a cover-up or blackout (because black ink is typically used in marking traditional bingo cards). The first Cover-up will wins a banner.
You will note that each card’s middle square is designated a “free snape.” This means that square is a freebie, and does not require a prompt to win.
ATTENTION: if you use the tracker method properly (prompts, card number, links to the sign-up; all in card template provided) to submit claims, your claim will be processed FASTER. If multiple claims (from multiple players) are submitted simultaneously, the MODS reserve the right to process claims utilizing the tracker method FIRST, regardless of received order (because they are easier to check). Capiche?
To claim your win, post a comment to the prompt bingo entry using the form provided
Form to call bingo:
The mods will respond to your claim with further instructions.
Thank you for playing and have fun!
A Fugue for Grape Fans
We got the prompt right here, where she thinks Sev is queer and there's a mod that says if the squicks are clear Bing Go. Bing Go.
This mod says the prompt Bing Goes If Mod says the prompt Bing Goes Bing Go. Bing Go.
Though I am terribly saddened I can't count my own prompts toward a Bingo. What, do you think I'd ask for MLC/MPREG/Regency/Andrew Lloyd Webber songfic with adowable babies just to win at Bingo? I am fully cognizant of the dangers of receiving such a thing and having to squee over it!
Scene - As the violins start up, the lights the lights come up slightly to reveal that it's the Hogwarts Hospital Wing, with only one bed occupied. Sitting beside the bed is Hermione Granger, holding the hand of the person under the sheets.
She's dressed in the high-waisted gown made popular by "Pride and Prejudice".