I am honored to be the commissioner for r/ChiCubs 1st formal Winnie the Pooh Home Run Derby! Things are slow in the off season, this is brought to you as part of u/swishmon 's off season features. Dad, woops I mean swishmon, has generously offered custom CHICUBS WINNIE THE POOH CHAMPION mod flair for our winner(s).
This game is hard, some say borderline impossible. The first challenge is the game is entirely in Japanese. It is very important to note that the bottom button on the main menu of the game gives you the ability to power up our boy Pooh. Trust me you will need all the help you can get. These pitchers make the spitball look like a hanging changeup. If this truly is a kids game, whoever made it is sadistic.
While I recognize it is unconventional there will be 2 contest winners. As you progress through the game you have to beat Pooh's friends, culminating in Christopher 'Cy Young' Robbins. The first person to post a screenshot including the date and time from the lower right hand corner of their screen, of a completed game will be Winner #1. If no one is able to defeat Robbin then the screenshot of the highest # of home runs against him sha'll be considered to have progressed the furthest.
The second way to win is to hit the most home runs against Piglet. In order to get to Piglet you will have to best Eeyore and Lumpy. Piglet will throw you 20 pitches. Whoever is able to hit the most dongs against this tiny pig will be our second champion.
The contest will remain open indefinitely until winners are crowned or everyone is in therapy from this game.
Come one come all and enter the HR Derby Dojo that is Ashdown Forest. Who will be the r/chicubs dong master? Custom flair and bragging rights are up for grabs.
Good luck everyone!
I'm obviously starting with the games the Cubs won, because I'm not going to sit here and watch us lose in the offseason.
I'm not very observant and I'm stupid and I don't understand anything because I'm the stupidest person on this flat Earth, but I encourage anyone with the time to sit and watch MLB.tv games, highlights of Wrigley North games, etc to find any kind of pattern.
Hopefully I find nothing and the only result is that I get to rewatch some Cubs victories (because I like to give everyone doubt benefits), but maybe the Astros aren't the only ones.