Ride the vowel wave! Write a story that uses the vowels in order up, then down.
A E I O U, then U O I E A.
For example: Alex isn’t out; upon my field, grass.
That’s one wave, up, and back.
Now, you could ride bigger and bigger waves; if you were a pro, the next wave would be:
AA EE II OO UU, then UU OO II EE AA
And the wave after that would be:
AAA EEE III OOO UUU, then UUU OOO III EEE AAA.
Every time you wipe out, that is, use a vowel out of order, minus 10. The first wave is worth 50. The next higher wave is worth 75. And so on. 50 extra points for going up in higher and higher waves, and coming down in order also. 100 extra points for an actually coherent story, which means it would make more sense than the wimpy example sentence above!
Until May 20.