The first Olympic spinoff event, All-Stars was a 2 day event involving 10 games. The spin on the rules this time was the disallowing of teams, with individuals competing alone in all events, to find who was the best all-rounder.
The Overall Champion was Eraxa
These Olympics followed a point system as follows: 1st place = 3pts. 2nd place = 2pts. 3rd place = 1pt. 4th+ = 0 pts.
Results & Calendar
The Events of All-Stars were a collection of old games from previous mainline Olympic editions. No new games were added.
Day 1 - Pod Race - Condor's Nest
Originally featured in the first Olympics, Pod race is an elytra race around a course in the settlement. Contestants all raced together completing 3 laps before landing for a finish.
Day 1 - Connect 4 - Westhaven
Originally featured in the first Olympics, Connect 4 is a strategy game based on the real tabletop game. Players drop powdered concrete into a grid in turns, with the winner being the first to link 4 in a row. This game is played in a bracket structure
Day 1 - Leaf Spleef - Southern Hollow
Originally featured in the first Olympics, Leaf Spleef is a strategy dropper game where players are on layers of leafs with shears. Players will fight to drop their opponents by breaking the ground beneath them with the last one standing winning. This game is played in a heat structure.
Day 1 - Sumo - Æopa
Originally featured in the second Olympics, Sumo is a game where players punch eachother on a raised platform. To win, players must punch their opponent off the ring or kill them. This game is played in a bracket structure.
Day 1 - Scavanger Hunt - Everfae
Originally featured in the second Olympics, Scavenger hunt is a game where players search around the town of Everfae to find a series of items. The winner is the first player to find all 5 in the time limit.
Day 2 - Tennis - Alliance City
Originally featured in the second Olympics, Tennis is a game where players are armed with bows. They take one turn each to shoot and run. The shooting player must hit the running player and vice versa. The first player to die loses the match. This game is played in a bracket structure.
Day 2 - Strider Racing - Evergreen
Originally featured in the third Olympics, Strider Racing is a game where players ride striders around a course. The game is played in a heat structure where 2 heats of 5 race and the top 2 of each heat go to the final. The first to cross the finish line wins.
Day 2 - Ice Hockey - Rotherhythe
Originally featured in the second Olympics, and returning in the third, Ice Hockey is a game where 2 players punch a player around an ice rink and dunk them into the opposite goal. Players have fishing rods to allow both punching and pulling of the puck and their opponent. This game is played in a bracket structure.
Day 2 - PVP Bow Game - Cyprus
Originally featured in the third Olympics, PVP Bow game involves players fighting with bows and conventional weaponry in the Cyprus arena. The game is played in a bracket structure.
Originally featuring in all Olympic Editions, Slap off is a game that is always evolving. Players are placed in the arena with nothing to work with. They can loot chests for whatever was left behind in the previous tournament. Players can craft weaponry or punch opponents. The last player standing wins.