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Eurovision Battle Royale 2030
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Dates
Semi-Final 1 20 June - 24 June
Semi-Final 2 21 June - 25 June
Semi-Final 3 22 June - 27 June
Grand Final 4 July - 11 July
Host
Host Country Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco
Arena Monte Carlo
Participants
Participating Countries 55
Debuting None
Returning None
Withdrawing None
Result
Winning Citizen Larya Elefterov
Country Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Kills 4
Eurovision Battle Royale
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The Eurovision Battle Royale 2030, also known as the Eurovision 2030, or the EBR 2030, or more simply Monaco 2030, was the 15th annual edition of the Battle Royale contest that took place in the principate of Monaco. A total of 55 countries announced their intent to participate in the event. The Battle Royale consisted of three semi-finals, with each starting 24 hours after the one that preceded it.

The host country, Monaco, was the winning nation of the 14th edition the year before, which gave them automatic hosting responsibilities for this edition, as well as automatically qualifying them to the Grand Final. The other countries were obliged to compete in three semi-finals, with each being distributed randomly through a random draw. During the semi-finals, 36 citizens participated in a fight to the death until only between 11 and 12 citizens remained, with the remaining qualifying for the Grand Final in which another fight to the death would take place, this time until only one remained.

The winner of this edition of the Eurovision Battle Royale was Larya Elefterov of Russia. He beat Théo of Belgium to death in the final showdown, causing him to finish as the runner-up. Villette Lampron of France, Diana Bumgarner of Austria, and Turan Cavadlu of Azerbaijan completed the Top 5. The host country, Monaco, had a disappointing Eurovision, with it's citizens finishing in 31st and 32nd place in the Grand Final. Larya Elefterov nevertheless became the youngest winner of the Eurovision at age 15.

Arena Edit

The Arena for this edition was decided on the September 12th, 2029. Due to Monaco's small size, the Arena ended up being less than half the size of the previous smallest Arenas. This lead to a very quick Battle Royale, which only lasted from June 20th to July 11th.

EBR 2030 Arena

Format and Rules Edit

The draw to determine in which semi-final each country would participate, as well as the podium numbers on which the host country's citizens would start, took place in Monte Carlo, on the 3rd of December, 2029. Each country had until December 1st to announce their intent to participate in the Eurovision, and each country had until March 15, 2030 to submit their citizens.

The majority of countries chose their citizen through an internal selection, by means of a "Reaping". The reaping occurs when the governments of Europe, each organizes a televised lottery of their citizens where every single one, aged between 13 and 50, are obliged to have their names placed into a big pot of sorts, and after randomizing the names like a true lottery, one male and one female name are read out live on national television by government officials. These citizens are the reaped citizens to represent their country in the Eurovision. It's notable that each year the majority of citizens see this as an exciting honor, and many volunteer to be picked. To profit from this, it's necessary for each hopeful volunteer to pay money in order for their name to be entered more than once. This process could cost from as little as £50 in poorer countries, to £500 in more wealthy ones. The maximum number of times that a volunteer can have their name in a pot is 100. One would think that there wouldn't be that many volunteers for such a violent and life-ending event, but in this universe, the citizens of Europe look extremely positively on the event and see it as rebirth of the Golden Age of Ancient Greece and Rome; therefore, there are thousands of citizens each year who try to volunteer to bring glory and honor to their country.

In the build-up to the actual event, each reaped citizen is invited to many locations all throughout Europe to promote themselves, forge alliances with the other citizens, and talk with potential sponsors. These official parties are announced by the Event Organizers (EOs) usually around the start of the new year. These are televised and watched by millions as well, similar to how millions each year watch the red carpet for award shows.

The list of Official Parties for this year:

  • 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany: Berlin (8 March)
  • Flag of France.svg France: Nice (16 March)
  • Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro: Kotor (6 April)
  • Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus: Agia Napa (20 April)

These parties aren't obligatory however, and some alternatives to this include immediately moving into the Citizen's Village (usually a high-tec tower or complex located in or near the city center of the most populous city in the host country). In any case, citizens are obliged to move into the Citizen's Village before the 20th of May, 2030. This is because each citizen needs time to get their fitness up and competitive to put on an entertaining TV show, as well as acclimate to the host country. The EOs provide each country and citizen with their own team of trainers, cooks, stylists, and other specialists free of charge to ensure that each citizen can become fit and competitive enough so the Battle Royale will be as entertaining as ever. For the month that the citizens live there, they are encouraged to learn survival techniques and work out so their chances of survival in the harsh Arena increases.

The night before the first semi-final, the Opening Ceremony takes place. Comparable to Olympic ceremonies, this ceremony celebrates the history and culture of the host country, and further includes multiple shows of firework, music, and other cultural and ethnic performances, as well as high-tec displays and other pyrotechnics. Following the cultural show is the Parade of Nations. Each citizen from the participating countries were brought into the main complex (usually the widest and biggest street in the Capitol of the host country) on high-tec self-driving chariots and shown to billions worldwide. More so, each chariot was decorated with symbols from the country each citizen is from, and followed their national flag. As soon as the pomp and celebration finished, the EOs and government officials of the host country gave speeches, the Eurovision Battle Royale flag was raised with the host country's flag, and the citizen's oath. The final event of the ceremony is the lighting of the cauldron, performed by the winner of the previous edition in every edition so far except the first.

Following the Opening Ceremony, the citizens are forced into lockdown in the Citizen's Village until their semi-final. It is forbidden for a citizen to have prior knowledge to results in a semi-final or access to anything that could give them an advantage in their semi-final. In fact, the citizens are forced to go with television and internet until their semi-final. This is to assure that the suspense is retained and each citizen participates fairly.

Tie-Break rules for the Semi-Finals Edit

  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 all is still tied, then the Degrees of Separation Rule is enforced. (for those tied with 2+ kills, this is applied first)
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.
4. If the citizens still have the same number of kills, then the tie-break favors the one that reached that number of kills the earliest. (this only applies to citizens with 1 kill)
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 for the Grand Final Edit

Thirty-six citizens participated in each semi-final. Fifty-five countries participated in the Eurovision Battle Royale this year.

Semi-Final 1 Edit

The first semi-final took place between June 20 and June 24.

# Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
01 Flag of Russia.svg Russia Larya Elefterov male 15 5 1
02 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany Luca Faust male 32 1 3
03 Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia Sinan Piruzian male 46 18 1
04 Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia Tatjana Vladić female 33 2 2
05 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein Tessa Bysäth female 34 30 0
06 Flag of Kosovo.svg Kosovo Borana Xhumba female 42 12 0
07 Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia Budimir Jocić male 26 29 0
08 Flag of Spain.svg Spain Erroeta Aburtu female 33 19 1
09 Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Bárbara Tomás female 41 15 2
10 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg Adorlee Labrie female 25 27 1
11 Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Conor Donaldson male 30 13 1
12 Flag of Albania.svg Albania Luftare Demachi female 21 22 0
13 Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia Tekla Lazarashvili female 33 11 0
14 Flag of Spain.svg Spain Alifonso Feliu male 45 20 1
15 1280px-Flag of England.svg England Ella Knight female 41 35 0
16 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine Liliya Ivanivna female 49 4 1
17 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan Dina Tahirova female 49 16 0
18 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia Rene Zupanic male 31 17 3
19 Flag of Russia.svg Russia Elisaveta Pavlovna female 50 33 0
20 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra Joan Gusó male 17 3 1
21 Flag of Israel.svg Israel Cheli Somper female 28 32 0
22 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg Yvon Chalut male 44 21 0
23 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein Sven Daecher male 13 6 1
24 Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland Francesco Cattaneo male 44 31 0
25 Flag of San Marino.svg San Marino Rolando Milanesi male 21 28 1
26 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria Zhivko Borislavov male 19 34 0
27 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Rhys Nolan male 39 14 0
28 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium Théo Breton male 26 7 1
29 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany Katrina Vögel female 13 23 0
30 Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia Alexander Čierny male 48 36 0
31 Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia Hermineh Lylozian female 22 10 0
32 Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Leo Pereira male 29 26 0
33 Flag of Italy.svg Italy Demetrio Iadanza male 30 25 0
34 Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia Lyobomir Ognianov male 44 9 0
35 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg Austria Federico Herz male 30 24 0
36 Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania Jomante Markuniene female 16 8 0

Semi-Final 2 Edit

The second semi-final took place between June 21 and June 25.

# Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
01 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic Ferdinand Mišalko male 31 7 0
02 Flag of Romania.svg Romania Tara Petri female 29 8 0
03 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Najla van Iersel female 29 33 0
04 Flag of Kosovo.svg Kosovo Veprimtar Mehmeti male 24 19 2
05 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia Ursula Sedej female 35 18 3
06 Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro Miran Popadić male 18 22 0
07 Flag of Italy.svg Italy Daphni Escoccia female 14 34 0
08 Flag of France.svg France Villette Lampron female 37 5 1
09 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan Madi Yermekov male 27 24 0
10 Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro Milanka Ugljanin female 23 21 0
11 Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland Roegnvar Rikhardsson male 40 20 0
12 Flag of Romania.svg Romania Ioanache Moisuc male 17 30 1
13 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey Ozdes Tiryaki female 44 23 0
14 Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia Roman Toom male 34 36 0
15 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia & Herzegovina Hajrija Delić female 25 11 0
16 Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia Astrida Atslega female 30 25 0
17 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic Monika Staňková female 40 32 0
18 Flag of Wales.svg Wales Amelia Skinner female 40 35 0
19 Flag of Malta.svg Malta Lorenzo Attard male 28 28 0
20 Flag of Norway.svg Norway Johanna Knudsen female 30 3 3
21 Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia Ermanis Drosprats male 15 26 0
22 Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland Tanja Metzger female 44 16 0
23 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark Joachim Olsen male 26 1 3
24 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra Àgata Bergé female 27 4 2
25 Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia Imanuel Iličić male 48 12 1
26 Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia Susanna Valjas female 14 31 0
27 Flag of Albania.svg Albania Ledion Korkizoglou male 28 14 0
28 Flag of Norway.svg Norway Ole Akhtar male 49 13 3
29 Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia Alexei Iashvili male 33 29 0
30 Flag of France.svg France Patrick Lajoie male 23 27 0
31 Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia Albena Zlatenova female 20 15 0
32 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Maddison Donnelly female 39 10 0
33 Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova Dominik Stanetskov male 19 9 0
34 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan İbrahim Iravani male 45 17 0
35 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg Austria Diana Bumgarner female 46 6 1
36 Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Keeva Black female 42 2 3

Semi-Final 3 Edit

The third semi-final took place between June 22 and June 27.

# Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
01 Flag of Israel.svg Israel Dor Hirschell male 47 4 2
02 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan Turan Cavadlu female 38 7 1
03 Flag of Greece.svg Greece Elpida Dellos female 33 15 1
04 Flag of Wales.svg Wales Leo Walsh male 39 27 0
05 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Muhammad Huijben male 49 32 0
06 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands Sæbjørg Aagard female 30 14 1
07 Flag of Finland.svg Finland Aallotar Hämäläinen female 43 16 0
08 Flag of Poland.svg Poland Świętosław Rapacz male 25 2 3
09 Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova Polina Bohdanivna female 33 6 1
10 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine Pasha Naumenko male 38 25 0
11 Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia Mária Kolarová female 39 36 0
12 1280px-Flag of England.svg England Ben O'Brien male 23 20 0
13 Flag of Greece.svg Greece Kristos Angelopoulos male 19 33 0
14 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden Klara Åberg female 14 24 0
15 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia & Herzegovina Dilaver Mandić male 47 18 0
16 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark Kajsa Lundqvist female 25 29 0
17 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium Marine Plante female 38 25 1
18 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Kapitolina Vadimovna female 14 9 1
19 Flag of Malta.svg Malta Emily Preca female 44 28 0
20 Flag of Poland.svg Poland Wiera Krasowska female 13 12 0
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden Bastian Persson male 45 21 1
22 Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia Božica Žunić female 21 30 1
23 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria Tanya Miroslavov female 47 1 5
24 Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary Alex Juhász male 21 26 1
25 Flag of Finland.svg Finland Kyösti Järveläinen male 20 3 2
26 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Aristarkh Filippovich male 39 5 1
27 Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus Helen Savas female 46 11 0
28 Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland Filippa Hafbergsdottir female 15 23 1
29 Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania Kipras Buika male 31 19 0
30 Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus Vasilio Kalivas male 35 34 0
31 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland Shannon Kemp female 36 17 0
32 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey Mesut Ciftci male 41 8 1
33 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands Ísmal Glerfoss male 42 22 0
34 Flag of San Marino.svg San Marino Emilia Conti female 23 31 0
35 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland Zach Howart male 33 10 0
36 Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary Lili Faragó female 15 13 0

Summary of the Semi-Finals Edit

Preparation for the Grand Final
Edit

EBR 2030 Qualifiers

Light blue countries represent those whose female qualified, the dark blue for those whose male qualified, and the medium blue for those who had both citizens qualify for the Grand Final. Countries in red failed to qualify either citizen.

The Grand Final Edit

Welcome to the start of the Eurovision Battle Royale 2030. In just under 5 minutes, thirty-six 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!

Day 1 (July 4)Edit

  • Wiera Krasowska of Flag of Poland.svg Poland accidentally loses balance off her podium and is blown up.
  • Liliya Ivanivna of Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine is killed by Larya Elefterov of Flag of Russia.svg Russia.
  • Tara Petri of Flag of Romania.svg Romania is killed by Kapitolina Vadimovna of Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus.
  • Kyösti Järveläinen of Flag of Finland.svg Finland is caught in a current and drowns trying to swim away from the Cornucopia bloodbath.
  • Tyson Fouqet of Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco is killed by Dominik Stanetskov of Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova.
  • Fleurette Jolicoeur of Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco trips off the side of a high ledge and dies.
  • Keeva Black of Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland is killed by Dor Hirschell of Flag of Israel.svg Israel.
  • Hermineh Lyozian of Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia is killed by Tatjana Vladić of Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia.
  • Jomante Markuniene of Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania is killed by Tatjana Vladić of Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia.
  • Ferdinand Mišalko of Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic is killed by Maddison Donnelly of Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland.
  • Aristarkh Filippovich of Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus is killed by Diana Bumgarner of 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg Austria.
  • Sven Daecher of Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein is killed by Hajrija Delić of Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia & Herzegovina.
  • Joachim Olsen of Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark is killed by Turan Cavadlu of Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan.

    Summary Edit

    This was probably the bloodiest first day in Eurovision history. Many favorites died, such as Liliya of Ukraine, Keeva of Scotland, Aristarkh of Belarus, and Joachim of Denmark. They were all killed variously throughout the day, easily caught as Monte Carlo serves as the smallest Arena yet for Eurovision, so this is expected to be the shortest Eurovision in duration as well. It was also a true disappointment for the Monegasque, as both their citizens died within the first couple hours of this event.

    Thirteen citizens died, 23 remain.

    Day 2 (July 5)Edit

  • Dor Hirschell of Flag of Israel.svg Israel is killed by Zach Howart of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Świętosław Rapacz of Flag of Poland.svg Poland is killed by Polina Bohdanivna of Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova.
  • Luca Fuast of 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany is killed by Larya Elefterov of Flag of Russia.svg Russia.
  • Polina Bohdanivna of Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova is killed by Villette Lampron of Flag of France.svg France.

    Summary Edit

    This concludes Day 2, and we are already halfway through the citizens; this is truly the shortest Battle Royale ever. Zach caught Dor of Israel off-guard earlier this morning and punched him to death. One of the top favorites, Luca of Germany was surprisingly killed by a potential dark horse, Russian teenager Larya. The kid is very good at setting traps, which is how he has gotten his kills so far. This might be a Eurovision where we should abandon our expectations and wait for the surprise winner.

    Four citizens died, 19 remain.

    Day 3 (July 6)Edit

  • Kapitolina Vadimovna of Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus is killed by Zach Howart of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Maddison Donnelly of Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland is killed by Théo Breton of Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium.
  • Lyobomir Ognianov of Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia is killed by Dominik Stanetskov of Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova.

    Summary Edit

    We're already getting closer to the end, which is very shocking for us after only 3 days. Zach of Northern Ireland, a country that always does well, managed to finally find out the perpetrators behind the traps spread throughout the entire Arena. He cornered both Kapitolina of Belarus and Larya of Russia, both of whom are defenseless in battles, and started to attack. He fought Kapitolina until he pushed her off the edge of a cliff, while Larya managed to get away. Later on, Théo of Belgium managed to see Maddison of Ireland walking the narrow streets. He burst out of a door when she passed and dragged her in screaming, and beat her to death. Could we be going back to last year's host country for next year's Eurovision?

    Three citizens died, 16 remain.

    Day 4 (July 7)Edit

    Attention citizens! The mountains above Monaco have become dangerously unstable and are due to collapse any second. Take shelter!

  • Tekla Lazarashvili of Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia is crushed in the landslide.
  • Tatjana Vladić of Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia falls to her death during the landslide.
  • Dominik Stanetskov of Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova suffocates under the heavy debris.
  • Àgata Bergé of Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra is crushed by a falling mansion.
  • Joan Gusó of Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra is crushed by a falling mansion.
  • Mesut Ciftci of Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey is mangled and killed in the landflow.
  • Tanya Miroslavov of Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria falls down the cliffside along with debris and dies when she hits the ground.
  • Johanna Knudsen of Flag of Norway.svg Norway drowns while unconscious after being thrown into the sea.

    Summary Edit

    Wow! Only half a week has gone by and it looks like within the next 2 or 3 days we will have our 15th winner. The choice of a landslide as the Arena has surprised many, as now the Arena is nothing more than a small pile of rubble. None of the glitzy mansions and beautiful scenery is left. It will be very easy for citizens to see each other across the Arena now. Some surprise deaths today include the number one favorite to win, Tanya of Bulgaria, who while having committed 5 kills in her semi-final, died without getting a single one her in the Grand Final. The race to win is very open now.

    Eight citizens died, 8 remain.

    Day 5 (July 8)Edit

    Attention Citizens: Due to recent events, the Event Organizers have decided to host a feast, near the ruins of the old Cornucopia. Good luck.

  • Hajrija Delić of Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia & Herzegovina trips onto jagged debris while running to the Feast and is impaled to death.
  • Helen Savas of Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus is killed in a trap set by Larya Elefterov of Flag of Russia.svg Russia.
  • Zach Howart of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland is killed by Turan Cavadlu of Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan.

    Summary Edit

    We're now in our top 5. So much destruction has occurred in the once-picturesque city of Monte Carlo. Zach of Northern Ireland was the most surprising kill today, killed by Turan of Azerbaijan who many did not even consider as a citizen with Top-5 potential. She now leads the betting odds to win.

    Three citizens died, 5 remain.

    Day 6 (July 9)Edit

  • Turan Cavadlu of Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan is killed by Théo Breton of Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium.

    Summary Edit

    The top favorite to win has just been killed! The field is now wide open, with almost exactly even odds between Belgium, Russia, Austria, and France.

    One citizen died, 4 remain.

    Day 7 (July 10)Edit

  • Diana Bumgarner of 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg Austria is killed by Villette Lampron of Flag of France.svg France.
  • Villette Lampron of Flag of France.svg France dies from her battle wounds.

    Summary Edit

    We're now into our top 2! After the epic battle between Austria and France, which saw Villette stab her Diana of Austria to death before she herself bled out from her wounds, we now are left with Théo of Belgium and Larya of Russia! The two are evenly matched, with Théo having the physical advantage if the two meet, but Larya has the wits and the ability to be elusive and cunning while setting up traps all across the Arena which have already killed many. Will we be going back to Belgium after only 1 year away? Or will we be going to Mother Russia? We will find out very shortly!

    Day 8 (July 11)Edit

  • Théo Breton of Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium is killed after being caught in a trap set by Larya Elefterov of Flag of Russia.svg Russia.

    Summary Edit

    And that's it! Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the 15th Eurovision Battle Royale is Larya Elefterov of Russia, congratulations!

    The 15 year old had the odds stacked against him, from being one of the youngest citizens reaped, to almost being killed by the Northern Irishman before narrowing escaping with his life. But he has come back to get one of the most iconic victories in Eurovision history. He purposely lead Théo on a chase, using his thin-body to run faster without the weight of muscles. As soon as he was just out of reach, he cut into the cliff part near the former Palace of the Monacan Prince. He crossed over a rope on the ground, and went to the side. He waited only a few second before Théo ran over it, only for Larya to pull the rope and cause Theo to trip and fall into a bear trap! He lay rolling around in pure agony and pain as Larya walked over to him and started to beat him to death with a nearby branch. It took only a minute for Théo to die, and for Larya to become the youngest winner of the Eurovision yet.

    Final Results Edit

    # Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
    01 Flag of Poland.svg Poland Świętosław Rapacz male 25 22 0
    02 Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia Tatjana Vladić female 33 15 2
    03 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Kapitolina Vadimovna female 14 19 1
    04 Flag of France.svg France Villette Lampron female 37 3 2
    05 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg Austria Diana Bumgarner female 46 4 1
    06 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany Luca Faust male 32 21 0
    07 Flag of Finland.svg Finland Kyösti Järveläinen male 20 33 0
    08 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Maddison Donnelly female 39 18 1
    09 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Aristarkh Filippovich male 39 26 0
    10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic Ferdinand Mišalko male 31 27 0
    11 Flag of Israel.svg Israel Dor Hirschell male 47 23 1
    12 Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia Lyobomir Ognianov male 44 17 0
    13 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey Mesut Ciftci male 41 11 0
    14 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra Joan Gusó male 17 12 0
    15 Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia Hermineh Lyozian female 22 29 0
    16 Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Keeva Black female 42 30 0
    17 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia & Herzegovina Hajrija Delić female 25 8 1
    18 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan Turan Cavadlu female 38 5 2
    19 Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco Fleurette Jolicoeur female 43 31 0
    20 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein Sven Daecher male 13 25 0
    21 Flag of Poland.svg Poland Wiera Krasowska female 13 36 0
    22 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland Zach Howart male 33 6 2
    23 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine Liliya Ivanivna female 49 35 0
    24 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra Àgata Bergé female 27 13 0
    25 Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova Dominik Stanetskov male 19 14 2
    26 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium Théo Breton male 26 2 2
    27 Flag of Romania.svg Romania Tara Petri female 39 34 0
    28 Flag of Russia.svg Russia Larya Elefterov male 15 1 3
    29 Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania Jomante Markuniene female 16 28 0
    30 Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus Helen Savas female 46 7 0
    31 Flag of Norway.svg Norway Johanna Knudsen female 30 9 0
    32 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark Joachim Olsen male 26 24 0
    33 Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia Tekla Lazarashvili female 33 16 0
    34 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria Tanya Miroslavov female 47 10 0
    35 Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova Polina Bohdanivna female 33 20 1
    36 Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco Tyson Fouqet male 33 32 0
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