Bataille Royale Eurovision 2017
Slovenia Logo.png
Dates
1re demi-finale 20 juin - 24 juin
2e demi-finale 21 juin - 25 juin
3e demi-finale 22 juin - 25 juin
Grande Finale 30 juin - 13 juillet
Hôte
Pays Hôte Flag of Slovenia.svg.png Slovenia
Arène Région de Piran
Participants
Nombre de Participants 55
Retour Aucun
Retrait Aucun
Résultat
Citoyen Vainquant Eija Nykänen
Pays Flag of Finland.svg.png Finland
Mises à mort 2
Bataille Royale Eurovision
20162018

La Bataille Royale Eurovision 2017, aussi connue sous le nom BRE 2017, Eurovision 2017, ou plus simplement pays 2017, est la 2e édition annuelle de la Bataille Royale Concours qui se déroule en la Slovenia. Une totale de 55 pays annonçaient leur participation dans cet évènement. La Bataille Royale consiste en trois demi-finales, avec chaque ayant commençant vingt-quatre heures après celle qui précède.

La pays hôte, la Slovénie, était la vainquant de la 2016 édition l'année précédente, ce qui veut dire qu'il avait qualifié automatiquement a la Grande Finale de cette édition. Les autres pays étaient distribués dans les demi-finales par un tirage au sort. Là chaque citoyen participerait dans une lutte à mort jusqu'il n'y aurait qu'entre onze ou douze citoyens dans leur demi-finales.

La vainquant de cette édition de la Bataille Royale Eurovision est la Finlande. Il battait la Turquie, qui a fini en deuxième. Le Danemark, le Monténégro, et pays hôte la Slovenia complétaient le Top 5.

Arena[edit | edit source]

Le 26 octobre 2016, RTV SLO1 a annoncé qu'il a conclu un marché avec la gouvernement slovène et l'état du Piran d'organiser la Bataille Royale dans cette région-là. La Corne d'Abondance serait au centre du Place Tartini. Voice le map de l'Arène décédée :

L'Étoile signe la place de la corne d'abondance, et tout dans les lignes rouges consiste de l'arène.


Voice des images de partout l'Arène 2017:

Format and Rules[edit | edit source]

Le tirage pour déterminer dans laquelle demi-finale chaque pays participeraient, ainsi que le nombre du podium sur lequel le pays hôte commencerait, se déroulait à Ljubljana, le 3 décembre 2016. La Slovénie a été sélectionnée à commencer sur les podiums X. Chaque pays avait dû annoncer leur dessein de rejoindre la Bataille Royale d'ici à 1re décembre, et annoncer leurs citoyens d'ici à 10 mars 2017.

Le plupart du pays a choisi ses citoyens par un procès internal, on pourrait dire une manière du "Fauchage". Le Fauchage se passe quand les gouvernements d'Europe, chacun organise une loterie télévisé de leurs citoyens où tous les citoyens d'âges entre 13 et 50 sont obligés d'avoir leurs nombres placés dans un pot grand, et après randomiser les noms, un seul nom masculin et un seule nom feminine sont appelés sur la TV par la gouvernement. Ces citoyens choisis donc vont disputer dans la Bataille Royale Eurovision. C'est notamment que beaucoup de citoyens chaque année veulent être des volontaires pour leur pays. Pour en tirer profiter, faut que les volontaires aspirants paient d'argent pour qu'ils puissent avoir leurs nombres dans le pot plus qu'une fois. Ce procès-ci coûterait aussi bas que £50 aux pays plus pauvres à £500 aux pays plus riches. Le maximum nombre de fois que une volontaire aspirant peut avoir leur nombre dans le pot est 100. Ce semble comme il n'y aurait autant volontaires comme aimeraient les OEs (Organisateurs d'Évènement), mais dans cet univers il y a milles de citoyens qui actuellement donnent leurs noms au pot pour avoir la chance d'être un volontaire et représenter leur pays.

En attendant, les citoyens choisis sont invités aux plusieurs locations partout Europe pour se promouvoir, faire des allegiances, et parler avec des sponsors potentiels. Les Fêtes Officiels sont annoncés par les OEs usuellement vers le début d'an. Ces sont télévisés et regardés par millions aussi (penser à comment quelques personnes regardent le Tapis Rouge des émissions comme "The Oscars, etc.).

La liste des Fêtes Officiels pour cette année :

  • Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands: Amsterdam (25 mars)
  • Flag of Italy.svg.png Italy: Rome (8 avril)
  • Flag of Estonia.svg.png Estonia: Tallinn (29 avril)
  • Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey: Istanbul (13 mai)

Ces fêtes n'est pas obligatoires et pendant ce temps les citoyens pourrait emménager au Village de Citoyens, ce que le village dans lequel tout les citoyens habitent pendant le temps avant la BRE. Tous citoyens y doit emménager d'ici au 20 mai, exactement un mois avant la BRE. C'est pour que chaque citoyen ait la chance de acclimater aux leurs environs et entraîner pour la BRE. Les OEs prévoir les citoyens avec leur propre équipe, composé des entraîneurs, des chefs, des spécialistes, des stylistes, etc, tout gratuit et sous le budget d'OEs. Pour les deux mois qu'y habitaient les citoyens, ils étaient encouragés d'apprendre des techniques de survie et faire de la musculation pour qu'ils aient la chance de survivre dans l'Arène contre les autres (et aussi pour se donner une spectacle captivant pour les téléspectateurs).

Le matin avant la première demi-finale, La Cérémonie d'Ouverture a eu lieu. Comparable aux cérémonies olympiques, ce cérémonie-ci a célébré l'histoire et la culture du Pays Hôte, et de plus a inclus beaucoup de feus d'artifice, de la musique, des performance culturelles et musicales, et naturellement des écrans futuriste avec des pyrotechnies. Suivant cette spectacle cultural était le Défile des Pays. Les citoyens de tous les pays étaient apportés au Stade Central sur des chars et puis montrés aux millions de téléspectateurs. Les chars étaient décorés avec les symboles du pays duquel ses citoyens tirent leur origine, et c'est précédé par la drapeau nationale de ce pays. Dès que tout la pompe avait finie, les OEs et la gouvernement du pays hôte donnaient leurs speeches, les drapeaux étaient élevées, et puis le serment d'esprit sportif par un sélect citoyen. L'évènement final de la cérémonie était l'illumination du Chaudron, fait par le vainqueur de la Bataille Royale l'année précédente.

Suivant la Cérémonie d'Ouverture, tous les citoyens étaient forcés à être confiné au Village de Citoyens jusqu'il fallait aller au leur arène pour la commencement de leur demi-finale. On n'était pas permis d'avoir accès aux informations dehors qui pourraient les aider dans leur propre demi-finale. En fait les citoyens n'avaient pas d'accès aux ni les télévisions ni l'internet. C'est pour assure que le suspense soit retenu et qu'aucun citoyen n'ait pas d'avantage par rapport les autres citoyens.

Les Règles pour déterminer le classement des demi-finales[edit | edit source]

  1. Top 11 or 12 remaining citizens in each semi-final all live to compete in the Grand Final
  2. Of those, they are firstly ranked by number of kills they have committed.
  3. If the citizens have the same number of kills, then the tie-break favors the one that reached that number of kills the earliest.
  4. If all is still tied, then the Degrees of Separation Rule is enforced.
ex. Jan of Germany kills only Teo of Belgium. Teo of Belgium had killed 2 other citizens beforehand. Erik of Sweden only kills Andriy of Russia. Andriy of Russia had killed 1 citizen beforehand. Jan of Germany will be ranked higher than Erik of Sweden in the semi-finals.
5. This Degree of Separation Rule will continue until necessary.
6. If all is still tied, the tie-break favors those who are furthest away from pod number 18.
7. If all is still tied, then the citizens will share the position.

Qualification pour la Grand Finale[edit | edit source]

Trent-six citoyens participent dans chaque demi-finals. Cinquante-quatre pays participent dans la Bataille Royale Eurovision cette année.

     Pays participants à la 1re demi-finale

     Pays participants à la 2e demi-finale

     Pays participants à la 3e demi-finale


1re demi-finale[edit | edit source]

La première demi-finale a eu lieu entre le 20 juin et 24 juin.

Ordre Pays Citoyen Sexe Âge Place Mises à Mort
01 Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey Yeliz Ahmad female 31 3 1
02 Flag of Kosovo.svg.png Kosovo Kyeart Xhanari male 20 31 0
03 Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands Thies Doomerholt male 25 13 1
04 Flag of Cyprus.svg.png Cyprus Demi Argyros female 24 15 0
05 Flag of Bulgaria.svg.png Bulgaria Todor Zdravkov male 29 6 1
06 Flag of Monaco.svg.png Monaco Lucille Boutroux female 42 35 0
07 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg.png Northern Ireland Kimmy Johnson female 21 28 0
08 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg.png Azerbaijan Osman Behbudov male 32 19 0
09 Flag of Andorra.svg.png Andorra Eudòcia Rosal female 17 12 1
10 Flag of Iceland.svg.png Iceland Selma Jóhansson female 40 16 0
11 Flag of Poland.svg.png Poland Fortunat Bozek male 35 24 0
12 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg.png Northern Ireland Nicholas Crawford male 43 4 1
13 Flag of Serbia.svg.png Serbia Anja Srejović female 15 22 0
14 Flag of Macedonia.svg.png Macedonia Emil Bachev male 13 7 1
15 Flag of Moldova.svg.png Moldova Laurentiu Serben male 46 34 0
16 Flag of Armenia.svg.png Armenia Emma Movsesian female 16 18 0
17 Flag of Ukraine.svg.png Ukraine Fredek Andriyshkiv male 33 27 0
18 Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro Petrija Lopandić female 45 11 0
19 Flag of Spain.svg.png Spain Mariana Nova female 49 23 0
20 Flag of Poland.svg.png Poland Ksenia Hurwicz female 26 8 1
21 Flag of San Marino.svg.png San Marino Evaristo Sulpizio male 47 29 0
22 Flag of Norway.svg.png Norway Kristin Hagelin female 37 10 0
23 Flag of Romania.svg.png Romania Daniela Tavitian female 36 30 0
24 Flag of Monaco.svg.png Monaco Arnaud Pesola male 50 20 0
25 1280px-Flag of England.svg.png England Lester Marshall male 48 9 0
26 Flag of Romania.svg.png Romania Mihai Covaci male 18 33 0
27 Flag of Belarus.svg.png Belarus Lev Petrovich male 28 17 0
28 Flag of Norway.svg.png Norway Lasse Ellingsen male 19 2 1
29 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg.png Azerbaijan İrina Valiyeva female 38 25 1
30 Flag of Malta.svg.png Malta Nikki Matrenza female 44 36 0
31 Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands Annelies Reetgers female 39 1 1
32 Flag of Russia.svg.png Russia Yuliya Golubova female 27 5 1
33 Flag of Luxembourg.svg.png Luxembourg Sigrid Peleriaux female 14 26 1
34 Flag of Finland.svg.png Finland Pietari Rehn male 22 21 2
35 Flag of Denmark.svg.png Denmark Ditte Lorenssen female 30 32 0
36 Flag of Belgium.svg.png Belgium Nora Dumortier female 34 14 0

2e demi-finale[edit | edit source]

La deuxième demi-finale a eu lieu entre le 21 juin et 25 juin.

Ordre Pays Citoyen Sexe Âge Place Mises à Mort
01 Flag of Spain.svg.png Spain Enrique Esqueda male 15 14 0
02 Flag of Portugal.svg.png Portugal Vítor Barreto male 36 15 2
03 Flag of France.svg.png France Dimitri Bertillon male 16 24 0
04 Flag of Hungary.svg.png Hungary Gabriella Surány female 32 2 3
05 Flag of France.svg.png France Miryam Cuvier female 42 31 0
06 Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland Franzis Schulthess male 50 5 0
07 Flag of Albania.svg.png Albania Arrian Hisari male 41 6 0
08 Flag of Belarus.svg.png Belarus Sara Kuvayeva female 36 7 0
09 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg.png Liechtenstein Nias Ammann male 42 23 1
10 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg.png Bosnia & Herzegovina Berina Susic female 46 27 2
11 Flag of Georgia.svg.png Georgia Kira Arabidze female 41 29 0
12 Flag of Bulgaria.svg.png Bulgaria Nedelya Georgieva female 24 16 3
13 Flag of Israel.svg.png Israel Aitan Hershon male 41 13 0
14 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg.png Faroe Islands Herta Vatnhamar female 32 30 0
15 Flag of Latvia.svg.png Latvia Svens Lapa male 34 20 0
16 Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania Gerda Kasperyte female 20 12 0
17 Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece Mihalis Katsaros male 35 22 0
18 Flag of Israel.svg.png Israel Gaia Shkolnik female 45 25 0
19 Flag of Estonia.svg.png Estonia Ken Valjas male 22 3 1
20 Flag of Macedonia.svg.png Macedonia Yana Miroslavova female 36 32 0
21 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg.png Czech Republic Mariana Trávníčková female 26 28 0
22 Flag of Estonia.svg.png Estonia Margaret Laas female 46 33 0
23 Flag of Luxembourg.svg.png Luxembourg Benoit Lepoutre male 44 11 0
24 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg.png Kazakhstan Jamilya Assylhanev female 34 10 0
25 Flag of Portugal.svg.png Portugal Leonor Cabral female 36 18 0
26 Flag of Armenia.svg.png Armenia Sipan Sasounyan male 34 9 0
27 Flag of Finland.svg.png Finland Eija Nykänen female 32 8 0
28 Flag of Kosovo.svg.png Kosovo Dirina Smajlaj female 33 26 0
29 Flag of Russia.svg.png Russia Andriy Syanikov male 20 17 1
30 Flag of Hungary.svg.png Hungary Martin Halász male 29 19 0
31 Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece Sophia Iordanous female 48 1 4
32 Flag of Ireland.svg.png Ireland Ben Lowery male 45 34 0
33 Flag of Belgium.svg.png Belgium James De Mulder male 25 21 1
34 Flag of Malta.svg.png Malta Andrew Penza male 27 35 0
35 Flag of Slovakia.svg.png Slovakia Kristýna Martinová female 27 4 1
36 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg.png Faroe Islands Benadikt Ziska male 21 36 0

3e demi-finale[edit | edit source]

La troisième demi-finale a eu lieu entre le 22 juin et 25 juin.

Ordre Pays Citoyen Sexe Âge Place Mises à Mort
01 Flag of Croatia.svg.png Croatia Andreja Hrgović female 32 32 0
02 Flag of Scotland.svg.png Scotland Ayden Butler male 13 29 0
03 Flag of Italy.svg.png Italy Gaetano Paluzzi male 33 14 2
04 Flag of Sweden.svg.png Sweden Theo Dahlman male 13 30 0
05 Flag of Andorra.svg.png Andorra Micolau Sanz male 16 15 0
06 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg.png Liechtenstein Dalina Von Tobel female 38 31 0
07 Flag of Croatia.svg.png Croatia Emanuel Kelava male 46 16 2
08 Flag of San Marino.svg.png San Marino Dalila Pannullo female 31 34 0
09 Flag of Scotland.svg.png Scotland Irene Hamilton female 34 23 0
10 Flag of Cyprus.svg.png Cyprus Nikos Samaras male 26 33 0
11 Flag of Albania.svg.png Albania Teutana Noli female 24 36 0
12 Flag of Serbia.svg.png Serbia Kostadin Bogun male 39 5 1
13 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg.png Germany Luna Schulhoff female 32 27 0
14 Flag of Italy.svg.png Italy Emiliana Carducci female 26 7 1
15 Flag of Denmark.svg.png Denmark Nikolaj Dalgaard male 31 10 0
16 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg.png Czech Republic Maximilián Vítek male 20 12 1
17 Flag of Sweden.svg.png Sweden Edith Sundberg female 25 4 1
18 Flag of Georgia.svg.png Georgia Pridoni Vachnadze male 46 26 0
19 Flag of Wales.svg.png Wales Luke Alston male 21 13 0
20 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg.png Bosnia & Herzegovina Adem Todorović male 35 11 0
21 Flag of Moldova.svg.png Moldova Marcela Ianculescu female 39 19 1
22 Flag of Wales.svg.png Wales Shannon Alexander female 49 36 0
23 Flag of Ireland.svg.png Ireland Maria Spencer female 14 3 2
24 Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey Canan Tezcan male 35 9 0
25 Flag of Iceland.svg.png Iceland Leifur Olvirsson male 41 18 0
26 Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania Vytenis Buzius male 16 1 3
27 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg.png Austria Ruth Busemann female 41 17 1
28 Flag of Latvia.svg.png Latvia Maira Uzkalns female 22 21 1
29 Flag of Slovakia.svg.png Slovakia Bruno Michálek male 50 20 1
30 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg.png Kazakhstan Tahir Akmetzhanov male 49 25 1
31 1280px-Flag of England.svg.png England Bridget Harris female 35 22 1
32 Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland Noemi Kernen female 35 8 0
33 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg.png Germany Dominic Beckmann male 37 6 1
34 Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro Teodor Bajandić male 49 2 2
35 Flag of Ukraine.svg.png Ukraine Galina Hryshchuk female 16 24 0
36 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg.png Austria Willy Hagmann male 26 28 0

Résumé des demi-finales[edit | edit source]

La Preparation pour la Grand Finale
[edit | edit source]

Les pays à bleu foncé se sont qualifié leur homme, à bleu ciel leur femme, à bleu normal les deux, et les pays à rouge ne se sont pas qualifiés pour la Finale.

La Grand Finale (en anglais)[edit | edit source]

Welcome to the start of the Eurovision Battle Royale 2017. In just under 5 minutes, 36 of Europe's finest, most brave citizens will be raised onto their pods going into the Arena, and in what will likely be two weeks, only one will emerge as the sole victor and Champion of Europe. We can only imagine how nervous and anxious the fans from the finalist nations must be, and how even more nervous their citizens must be!

1re Journée (30 juin)[edit | edit source]

  • Besnik Horvat of Flag of Slovenia.svg.png Slovenia is caught off guard and killed by Maria Spencer of Flag of Ireland.svg.png Ireland.
  • Yuliya Golubova of Flag of Russia.svg.png Russia is killed by Annelies Reetgers of Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands.
  • Emil Bachev of Flag of Macedonia.svg.png Macedonia is killed by Canan Tezcan of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey.
  • Lasse Ellingsen of Flag of Norway.svg.png Norway is killed by Noemi Kernen of Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland.
  • Sipan Sasounyan of Flag of Armenia.svg.png Armenia is killed by Lester Marshall of 1280px-Flag of England.svg.png England.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    It was a decent start. People thought Yuliya of Russia could be a dark-horse, but she was killed by the Dutch citizen during the bloodbath. It was true heartbreak though for Slovenia; they went from winning it all last year, to having one of the citizens finish in dead-last! To make it worse, the 40-something year old was killed by the little Irish teenager girl. Lester Marshall, the former cop from London, got his first kill of the Grand Final. Many people had an inkling about him, but we'll find out if he's capable to win it all.

    Five citizens died, 31 remain.

    2e Journée (1 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Jamilya Assylhanev of Flag of Kazakhstan.svg.png Kazakhstan is killed by Gabriella Surány of Flag of Hungary.svg.png Hungary.
  • Benoit Lepoutre of Flag of Luxembourg.svg.png Luxembourg is killed by Sophia Iordanous of Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece.
  • Emiliana Carducci of Flag of Italy.svg.png Italy is killed by Vytenis Buzius of Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania.
  • Maria Spencer of Flag of Ireland.svg.png Ireland is killed by Vytenis Buzius of Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania.
  • Gerda Kasperyte of Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania is killed by Gabriella Surány of Flag of Hungary.svg.png Hungary.
  • Noemi Kernen of Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland is killed by Todor Zdravkov of Flag of Bulgaria.svg.png Bulgaria.
  • Nicholas Crawford of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg.png Northern Ireland is killed by Adem Todorović of Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg.png Bosnia & Herzegovina.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    Today was a really exciting day! First, in the morning, Gabriella of Hungary spotted Jamilya of Kazakhstaan squatted near the edge of the lake, so she snuck up behind her and shoved her in, drowning her. Next, Sophia of Greece proved why she is to be reckoned with when she got into a fist fight with Benoit of Luxembourg, and easily out-manouvered him into submission, later killing him. Then, the dark-horse teen from Lithuania and his other dark-horse ally Maria of Ireland got into a 2v1 fight against Emiliana of Italy, with the two of them easily overpowering her. But then, when he was finished killing her and all seemed normal, he turned on Maria and stabbed her, then again to make sure she was dead. His country-mate Gerda wasn't so lucky, and found herself being strangled to death by Gabriella of Hungary as she hid in a small house in the Lucija outskirts.

    Seven citizens died, 24 remain.

    3e Journée (2 juillet)[edit | edit source]

    There were no events today.

    4e Journée (3 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Adem Todorović of Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg.png Bosnia & Herzegovina is killed by Franciz Schulthess of Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland.
  • Franciz Schulthess of Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland dies of blood-loss from his injuries he sustained from his battle with Adem of Bosnia.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    Today was rather slow. People thought Adem would do well, but he was ambushed while hunting for his Balkan allies by Franciz of Switzerland. The 50 year old Swiss engineer caught him off-guard and stabbed him. Adem was gravely injured, but he was still strong. He also managed to stab Franciz in the ribs. GIving Adem one last quick shallow stab to the side of the neck, he fled. Adem died a few seconds later from blood-loss while it took Franciz nearly six hours to die from his own stab wound.

    Two citizens died, 22 remain.

    5e Journée (4 juillet)[edit | edit source]

    There were no events today.

    6e Journée (5 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Dominic Beckmann of 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg.png Germany is ambushed and killed by Gabriella Surány of Flag of Hungary.svg.png Hungary.
  • Ken Valjas of Flag of Estonia.svg.png Estonia is killed by Arrian Hisari of Flag of Albania.svg.png Albania.
  • Kostadin Bogun of Flag of Serbia.svg.png Serbia is killed by Yeliz Ahmad of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    After a couple slow days, we've finally got some events! Dominic of Germany was busy trying to hunt some animals in the forest east of Piran, that he didn't realize he was walking into an ambush. An arrow came out of seemingly nowhere and struck him in the side of the neck, killing him almost instantly. Later on the in the afternoon, Ken was being stalked by Arrian of Albania. When he tried to scavenge the cornucopia again, Arrian attacked and bashed his head against the side of it until he died. Lastly, Kostadin, one of the favorites, was surprisingly killed! No one would've expected Yeliz of Turkey to have the guts to actually sneak up to him and stab his back three times.

    Three citizens died, 19 remain.

    7e Journée (6 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Vytenis Buzius of Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania is killed by Lester Marshall of 1280px-Flag of England.svg.png England.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    Wow, and people thought Vytenis could win! I guess when it came time to actually face off against another citizen, Vytenis never actually had a chance; he was only good at staying in the shadows and setting traps. Once again, it was Lester who came along and spotted Vytenis near the Portorož harbor. He stood behind him, raised a roc in the air with both his hands, and swung it down, almost instantly crushing the 16 year-old's skull and killing him.

    One citizen died, 18 remain.

    8e Journée (7 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Arrian Hisari of Flag of Albania.svg.png Albania is killed by Ksenia Hurwicz of Flag of Poland.svg.png Poland.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    Who knew she could do that? Ksenia puts Poland's name on the scoreboard as she gets her first kill, throwing a small throwing knife into the spine of Arrian of Albania.

    One citizen died, 17 remain.

    9e Journée (8 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Canan Tezcan of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey is killed by Sara Kuvayeva of Flag of Belarus.svg.png Belarus.
  • Sophia Iordanous of Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece is killed by Sara Kuvayeva of Flag of Belarus.svg.png Belarus.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    More surprise news coming in from the Arena! Sara of Belarus has just come out of nowhere to massacre both Canan and Sophia! Armed with a crossbow of all things, she first went for Canan, who separated from his country-mate Yeliz for only a couple minutes. She shot him straight through the skull! It was truly grotesque. Yeliz came back just in time to see that and gave chase, thirsty for revenge. But she ended up losing her in the forest in the far north of the Arena. Then, while running away, she bumped into Greece's citizen, literally. The once-favorite Sophia looked starved and dirty; she stood no chacnce against Sara. She mauled her to death with her fists. I don't even think Sara thought she had all that in her!

    Two citizens died, 15 remain.

    10e Journée (9 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Lester Marshall of 1280px-Flag of England.svg.png England is poisoned by Petrija Lopandić of Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro.
  • Sara Kuvayeva of Flag of Belarus.svg.png Belarus is killed by Yeliz Ahmad of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey.
  • Todor Zdravkov of Flag of Bulgaria.svg.png Bulgaria is attacked and killed by a muttation lynx

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    This Battle Royale is turning out to be very dramatic! Yeliz of Turkey witness her own country-mate's head pretty much explode due to Sara of Belarus, and had spent the whole day looking for her. Well this afternoon, she found her. She showed no Merchy to Sara, and in perhaps the grossest, most violent death so far, Yeliz stabbed Sara twice, and while she lay in her blood, lit her blood on fire with a matchbook she hadn't used, igniting the blood and later Sara who burned to death in agonizing screams. Also, we had the first muttation death of the Grand Final. Todor of Bulgaria, already weak due to starvation and a mysterious infection, was pounced on and torn apart alive by the muttation lynx that wanders the forests south of Lucija.

    Three citizens died, 12 remain.

    11e Journée (10 juillet)[edit | edit source]

    Attention Citizens! The cornucopia has been replenished with food, weapons, and medicine. Good luck, and may the odds be ever in your favor.

  • Kristyna Martinová of Flag of Slovakia.svg.png Slovakia is crushed to death by Petrija Lopandić of Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro.
  • Ksenia Hurwicz of Flag of Poland.svg.png Poland is killed by Amira Žigon of Flag of Slovenia.svg.png Slovenia.
  • Gabirella Surány of Flag of Hungary.svg.png Hungary is killed trying to figure out how to activate one of hte new mines.
  • Annelies Reetgers of Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands is killed by Yeliz Ahmad of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey.
  • Kristin Hagelin of Flag of Norway.svg.png Norway is killed by Eija Nykanen of Flag of Finland.svg.png Finland.
  • Edith Sundberg of Flag of Sweden.svg.png Sweden is killed by Nikolaj Dalgaard of Flag of Denmark.svg.png Denmark.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    Another day of total drama! First, the host nation of Slovenia is really starting to believe they could win this thing again. Amira is still alive, and just killed someone, which boosts her chances of winning. Can she do it? But the majority of the drama today came from the Scandinavian countries. All of them - Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden, were still alive and were allies. But once they all got to the Cornucopia, it was like a ticker went off and it was an all-out battle. They all started throwing punches and knifing each other. In the end, Eija of Finland stabbed Kristin of Norway in the abdomen, and again in the chest, then left for dead. Then close-neighbors Sweden and Denmark were left shock when Nikolaj of Denmark was forced to stab Edith of Sweden in the face and she was about to start punching him. Nikolaj then took off after Eija of Finland. Talk about drama!

    Six citizens died, 6 remain.

    12e Journée (11 juillet)[edit | edit source]

    There were no events today.

    13e Journée (12 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Petrija Lopandić of Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro is killed by Nikolaj Dalgaard of Flag of Denmark.svg.png Denmark.
  • Amira Žigon of Flag of Slovenia.svg.png Slovenia is killed by Yeliz Ahmad of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey.
  • Teodor Bajandic of Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro is killed by Nikolaj Dalgaard of Flag of Denmark.svg.png Denmark.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    Things are getting really down to the wire now! With just 3 citizens remaining, we will find out who will be our 2nd winner - and as of now it can be anyone's guess! Today, Yeliz of Turkey broke the hearts of all Slovenians as she killed the host nation's final competing citizen - Amira. Denmark also broke the hearts of all Montenegrins by killing not only one of their citizens - but both of them - over the course of the day . He started by throwing a spear into the back of Petrija as she was keeping watch over her camp. Later on in the day though, Teodor saw Nikolaj and a fight ensued. Teodor managed to stab Nikolaj in the abdomen, but Nikolaj still had his spear and pierce Teodor's entire body, almost draining him of his blood and killing him quickly. But Nikolaj is now gravely hurt - it doesn't look good for Denmark. Will they hold on?

    Three citizens died, 3 remain.

    14e Journée (13 juillet)[edit | edit source]

  • Nikolaj Dalgaard Flag of Denmark.svg.png Denmark is killed by Yeliz Ahmad of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey.
  • Yeliz Ahmad of Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey is killed by Eija Nykänen of Flag of Finland.svg.png Finland.

    Résumé[edit | edit source]

    And that's it! Ladies and gentlemen, the winner of the 2nd Eurovision Battle Royale is Eija Nykänen of Finland; congratulations!

    It started in the morning, when it was still slightly dark. Nikolaj of Denmark knew he would probably die - he couldn't even move. Unknown to him, Yeliz had followed his trail of blood and she approached. The two didn't even say words. She raised her slingshot, armed with an extremely sharp rock, and aimed it at his forehead. She released it, and the rock went straight through, killing him almost instantly. Then, she went to look for the final citizen. It looked so good for Yeliz, but she walked straight into Eija's trap! She laid a trap out near the cornucopia - figuring that's where she would most likely go during the final two showdown. Yeliz sparked a wire that caused a ton of loose bricks to fall off one of the old Adriatic-like buildings and fell onto her. And just like that - it was over! It seemed to happen so fast and anticlimactically. Eija just had to sit near the cornucopia and watch as her plan worked and she became a Battle Royale Champion.

    Once again, congratulations to Eija Nykänen of Finland for winning the EBR 2017. We'll see you all next year in Finland for the 3rd Eurovision Battle Royale in 2018!

    Tableau du Résultat[edit | edit source]

    Ordre Pays Citoyen Sexe Âge Place Mises à Mort
    01 Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey Canan Tezcan male 35 17 1
    02 Flag of Turkey.svg.png Turkey Yeliz Ahmad female 31 2 5
    03 Flag of Finland.svg.png Finland Eija Nykänen female 32 1 2
    04 Flag of Belarus.svg.png Belarus Sara Kuvayeva female 36 14 2
    05 Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece Sophia Iordanous female 48 16 1
    06 Flag of Estonia.svg.png Estonia Ken Valjas male 22 21 0
    07 Flag of Slovenia.svg.png Slovenia Amira Žigon female 38 5 1
    08 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg.png Kazakhstan Jamilya Assylhanev female 34 31 0
    09 Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro Petrija Lopandić female 45 6 2
    10 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg.png Northern Ireland Nicholas Crawford male 43 25 0
    11 Flag of Norway.svg.png Norway Kristin Hagelin female 37 8 0
    12 Flag of Macedonia.svg.png Macedonia Emil Bachev male 13 34 0
    13 Flag of Norway.svg.png Norway Lasse Ellingsen male 19 33 0
    14 Flag of Sweden.svg.png Sweden Edith Sundberg female 25 7 0
    15 Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland Noemi Kernen female 35 26 1
    16 Flag of Italy.svg.png Italy Emiliana Carducci female 26 29 0
    17 Flag of Slovenia.svg.png Slovenia Besnik Horvat male 41 36 0
    18 Flag of Montenegro.svg.png Montenegro Teodor Bajandić male 49 4 0
    19 Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands Annelies Reetgers female 39 9 1
    20 Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania Vytenis Buzius male 16 19 2
    21 Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland Franciz Schulthess male 50 23 1
    22 Flag of Luxembourg.svg.png Luxembourg Benoit Lepoutre male 44 30 0
    23 Flag of Ireland.svg.png Ireland Maria Spencer female 14 28 1
    24 Flag of Lithuania.svg.png Lithuania Gerda Kasperyte female 20 27 0
    25 Flag of Serbia.svg.png Serbia Kostadin Bogun male 39 20 0
    26 Flag of Russia.svg.png Russia Yuliya Golubova female 27 35 0
    27 Flag of Hungary.svg.png Hungary Gabriella Surány female 32 10 3
    28 1280px-Flag of England.svg.png England Lester Marshall male 48 15 2
    29 Flag of Armenia.svg.png Armenia Sipan Sasounyan male 34 32 0
    30 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg.png Germany Dominic Beckmann male 37 22 0
    31 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg.png Bosnia & Herzegovina Adem Todorović male 35 24 1
    32 Flag of Bulgaria.svg.png Bulgaria Todor Zdravkov male 29 13 1
    33 Flag of Poland.svg.png Poland Ksenia Hurwicz female 26 11 1
    34 Flag of Denmark.svg.png Denmark Nikolaj Dalgaard male 31 3 3
    35 Flag of Slovakia.svg.png Slovakia Kristýna Martinová female 27 12 0
    36 Flag of Albania.svg.png Albania Arrian Hisari male 41 18 1

    Cérémonie de Clôture[edit | edit source]

    La Cérémonie de Clôture a eu lieu le soir du 14 juillet et a célébrée la victoire de Eija Nykänen, son pays la Finlande, et en général tous les succès du mois passé des Batailles Royales. Il y avait plus présentations culturels, un concert, des discours d'adieu, un montage de le moment plus dramatique et remarquable, et bien sûr un replay du moment vainquant. Eija est rentré au Stade à l'applause et les hourras tonnant. Avec le Premier Ministre de la Finlande, les deux ont participé au segment de la cérémonie "léguer de la torche". Le vainqueur de la Bataille Royale Eurovision précédente, Mihela Kastelic, léguait les lauriers en or à Eija, pour porter sur la tête comme couronne prestigieuse pour toutes les parutions officielle, jusqu'il faut donner ces mêmes lauriers en or au vainqueur de la Bataille Royale Eurovision suivante. Le Premiere Ministre de la Finlande a accepté la responsabilité d'organiser la Bataille Royale Eurovision 2018, et après ça Eija a symboliquement éteinte la flamme dans le chaudron, signalant la conclusion de la Bataille Royale Eurovision 2017.

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