Hey everyone! First off, it was explained last week that we have a tie breaker between @Brainwave and @Loony for the ProjectKorra Addon Contest. And it's up to you guys to decide the final winner! If you missed that announcement last week, you can check that out here! The entries: Dig - By @Brainwave Dig allows Earthbenders to mine earthbendable blocks and terraform by holding shift. The mined blocks then pop up at the users feet as items for easy collection. For a full look at this ability, you can check out the submission here! (Has a gif on the thread too) SpiritualProjection - By @Loony SpiritualProjection is a multiability that allows the user to use a variety of spiritual projection abilities. These range from attacking others with a spiritual form to flying across the world as a spirit. For a full look at this ability, you can check out the submission here! Voting As mentioned before, both of these amazing addons were graded by three of our developers based on the following criteria: Creativity - How original the concept of the ability is. Execution - How well that idea was implemented in-game. Usage - Is the move user friendly? Does it mesh well with ProjectKorra? Why would you use this ability more than the other? This is what we thought, now it's time for you to cast your votes! CREATIVITY SpiritualProjection - 24/30 Although SpiritualProjection is a very well known concept, and a private ability was made of it, the thought of creating the ability as a multiability and utilise the boss bar is something unique, and to my knowledge had not been though of before until this.Dig - 16/30 There was a lot of unique aspects of this move that I really liked. Although it is very similar to EarthTunnel, Dig is more precise and drops the block right by you, which is pretty neat. EXECUTION SpiritualProjection - 18/30 The execution for this move was pretty good. However, there were still quite a few bugs or inconsistencies that could have been easily addressed. These wouldn't have been such a large issue if this entry wasn't turned in only a week after the contest started. We all feel many of these issues could have been fixed if more time was put into the move.Dig - 26/30 Dig was very well executed, very well programmed, and it does exactly what it says it does, no questions asked. Our only critiques were on some asthetics of the move such as how the items were dropped. Apart from that, very well done! We would like you, the ProjectKorra community, to help us decide the winner based on these three criteria. While you do not have to specify your reasons for voting for a certain ability, we certainly encourage you to give constructive feedback to the finalists. To vote, just vote in the poll at the top of the thread. Voting will be open for one week. After that, you will be unable to vote or change your vote. Voting closes on the 24th April, 12pm GMT. Thanks to everyone that submitted an addon for this contest! It was great looking at them all, and best of luck to our winners for the final round of voting!