A Plush Cow is the Prize in Natsume’s New Contest


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Have you always wanted one of Natsume’s coveted Harvest Moon cow plushies but never managed to get your mitts on one? Well, Natsume has started a contest via their Facebook page that will allow you to win one of the elusive bovines.

Natsume plush cow

“The New Harvest Moon Festival” contest challenges fans to write up a description of a new festival that would fit in to the Harvest Moon universe.

The contest runs until 11:59 P.M. Pacific Time on December 24th. The full rules can be viewed below.

 

HOW TO ENTER 

1. Like this post (https://www NULL.facebook NULL.com/notes/natsume-inc/contest-the-new-harvest-moon-festival-win-an-anniversary-cow-plushie/511358215551362) (The post on Natsume’s Facebook page. Not this article.)

2. Describe a festival that would fit into the Harvest Moon universe; something completely new or how you’d change an existing one to be different.  Be as creative as you’d like, but stick to text!

 

PRIZES

We will choose 3 very lucky winners who will each receive:

1x Harvest Moon: A New Beginning 15th Anniversary Cow Plushie

 

RULES AND SUCH

a) Contest is open starting NOW, December 17th and will run until December 24th at 11:59pm PDT and is open to anyone over 16 anywhere in the world.

b) Winners will be notified via Facebook. Please ensure your settings allow someone not on your friends list to send you a message :)

c) Prizes will be awarded as-is; no substitutes will be offered. No delivery estimate is guaranteed.

d) All contest decisions are at the discretion of Natsume, Inc., and are final.

e) Employees of Natsume, their partners and their families, are not eligible for a prize.


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About Devin Kotani

Devin is a Canadian, and as such, plays hockey (no he doesn’t) and drinks maple syrup (not really) while riding a wild moose (he’s never seen a moose). When he’s not perpetuating cultural stereotypes, he’s playing videogames, which has been, on occasion, very bad for his mental health, problems with which have plagued him for years. Now, at 20, he’s getting his mental health issues under control, and he’s trying to decide what to do with his life. He’s currently debating between journalism and trying his hand at the dramatic arts.