Welcome to POINT-Adoptables!
I'm so glad you could make it to this group. I really hope you all have fun here!
Now here's what you need to know about the group and what you should know.
What IS a point adoptable?
A point adoptable is something to make virtual currency / money / moolah.
Perhaps it's a creature of a sort that you make and you decide you don't want the little guy. I bet someone else does! So you mosie along over to POINT-Adoptables or Point-Adoptablez. You drop the critter into one of the gallery folders and wait for someone to comment, or note you. Once they notify you they want to buy, you give the A-okay and you've now made some points / money !
How much are points worth in the real world?
80 is equal to $1 USD,
160 is equal to $2 USD.
240 is equal to $3 USD.
320 is equal to $4 USD.
400 is equal to $5 USD.
What are the rules?
01. No advertising in the comments.
02. Respect all the people here.
03. No adopts over $10.
04. No Maker-Adopts! Not unless they're for free.
06. Eeljinkas ARE okay, but you must draw the gijinka as well--we will not accept just the eel!
POKEMON ARE NO LONGER ALLOWED IN THIS GROUP. DO NOT SUBMIT POKEMON. DO NOT SUBMIT POKEMON TRADES/SELLING THEM FROM THE ACTUAL GAME.
THIS IS NOT THE GROUP FOR IT.
YOU WILL BE REMOVED.
Note: It would also help us a ton if you could remove deviations from their folders once they're closed! We do like to keep things tidy!
Why was my deviation declined?
Chances are you either submitted to the wrong folder, used art that didn't belong to you, or tried to sell maker-adopts for profit.
If you wish to know why your deviation was declined, please comment in the SUBMISSION TICKET.
If you have an ongoing contest right now, comment and we'll add you to the list!
SainteCiel with fav.me/d4txv50 until June 15th
If you accidentally place your deviation in the wrong folder, no worries! Please alert an admin, comment on the page, or send us a note. Please provide the name of the misplaced deviation and which folder it was placed into and we can sort it out accordingly! Thanks!