Definitely agreeing with Donut, a contest with vague theme(s) are interesting to work with considering everyone has a different, but similar idea as to how a level should look with said theme.
The lack of actual scores is also an interesting twist, and honestly, I like this kind of system.
No need to beat yourself down for getting a low ranking place (even though you shouldn't worry about that in the first place, but still).
The additions of the "Distinction" trophies / QORBs is a great way to honor entries that stand out, but otherwise wouldn't be in the top three. Although I like their usage in this contest, I feel like they should've been slightly toned down, since giving too many of them wouldn't result in "Distinction" but more in, like, a second participation trophy, which isn't really the goal of such trophy.
Otherwise I have nothing much to add other than praise, this was by far the most fun contest I have participated in. The fact that we could also see judges playing these levels and enjoying them live on their twitch channels is one of the highlights of this contest, for me personally.
This contest was also a great way to experiment with stuff you otherwise wouldn't, like crazy, over the top story lines, memes, full on comedic acts and even the occasional funny gimmick.
Definitely would just this kind of contest again in the future. Who knows? Maybe Fishe will return with another journey... We'll see.
Anyway, as always, Huge thanks for hosting this contest, Amper, and a huge thanks to judges for judging such awesome entries, as well as the entrants for making them!
See ya next time!