Frequently Asked Questions

What is March Caprice?

March Caprice is a virtual gathering for fans of the Kingdom Hearts video game series. Its goal is to showcase and support the incredible hard work, projects, and talents of the community through the uniting force of the series. We invite all who wish to show off their latest content, ideas, and more to participate and join us in celebrating these incredible games!

How does it work?

Content creators of all kinds will premiere pieces of media that revolve around the KINGDOM HEARTS series, and we’ll be promoting it on our website and various social media. Art, Writings, Merchandise, and Cosplays can be viewed in a static gallery on our website. Videos and Streams will be hosted on the creators’ individual channels and premiere according to a preset schedule. Music entries will be handed in to us, and put together with other Music entries into one big video as a part of our Concert Soireé, which is hosted on our own YouTube and Twitch channels. Works of all non-music categories will also have a spot in the schedule where they’ll be showcased on our own YouTube and Twitch channels.

Why is March Caprice?

Inspired from events like SAGE and KBA, March Caprice was born out of the need to both connect with people in a safe way as a result of the pandemic, and bring attention to smaller content creators who otherwise wouldn’t get a spotlight.

Is there/will there be an in-person March Caprice?

No. In order to celebrate with people around the world, to stay a completely cost-free event, and to adhere to our particular skill set, we’ll remain online. We do however, encourage you to check out other in-person events like RECONNECT.

When is the event?

March Caprice is an annual event that occurs in late March. This year, March Caprice was held from Sunday, March 24th to Saturday March 30th, 2024. However, a lot of our schedule is dependent on how many people sign up. We’re confident that we’ll at least fill that time, but do keep an eye out for any changes.

Where/When can I see the schedule?

You can view the schedule from our 2024 event here.

Who is involved in the event?

The event staffers are listed on the organizers page. All of the participants will be revealed when the schedule is officially released.

Is there a cost to be a part or attend the event?

Both attending the event and participating in the event are totally free. Save that money you would’ve spent going to a convention on supporting the participants!

Where can I sign up to be a part of the event?

All sign-ups are closed at this time.

What types of entries are suitable?

Any type of talent is welcome! If you would like some inspiration, take a look at our previous events.

How do I submit as a group?

Note: Submissions for the 2024 event are closed.

You will need to select a group leader who will be the correspondent between your group and March Caprice. This leader will submit ONE (1) entry for the whole group.

Do you take donations?

Yes! You can donate to us via our Ko-fi. All donations go toward funding the event.

May I submit more than one entry?

Note: Submissions for the 2024 event are closed.

Absolutely. However, you are not guaranteed to have all of your submissions approved. We are also only allowing one entry per person per category. The categories are as follows:

  • Art
  • Cosplay
  • Merchandise
  • Livestream 
  • Pre-recorded Video
  • Writing
  • Music

Is there a length minimum or maximum for my submission?

  • Writers: Any length! See the help page for more details.
  • Pre-recorded videos: They must be over 2 minutes, 30 seconds and under an hour.
  • Livestreams: The limit doesn’t exist.  See the help page for more details.
  • Music: Anywhere from 2 minutes to 10 minutes. 
  • Costume Catwalk videos: There is no minimum, but it must not exceed 3 minutes.

Is this event family-friendly?

If March Caprice were a movie, we’d give it a rating of PG-13. Participants and content may use some coarse language, but we encourage folks to be as family-friendly as possible. In general, you can apply common sense to the content you make. If you are unsure whether your submission is permissible, please contact us directly at Be aware, some of these creators do not subject themselves to the PG-13 rule outside of the event; keep that in mind when engaging with these creators outside of March Caprice. We are not responsible for how creators engage with their content outside of the March Caprice space. Participants that violate the PG-13 rating inside of the event are subject to expulsion from further March Caprice events.

I’ve never made a certain type of work before, can I submit my first one to March Caprice?

In order to make sure that you have the capability to create a work in a category you sign up for, we require that you have already created at least one piece of work in a category you intend to present before signing up. For example, if you’ve never made a written piece of work, but you have a portfolio of art, you are more than welcome to sign up for an art piece, but not a written piece. Take this time to create post(s) with your profile(s), and please resubmit once you’ve begun to build your portfolio.

May my content feature copyrighted materials?

As far as official copyrighted material: because your work will be featured on your own channel(s), we’d encourage you to abide by those platforms’ upload terms. Any copyright infringement or action taken by copyright content owners will still be your responsibility–our role will be promoting your work during the day of the event.

As far as using the likeness of other creators or their work: You need their permission before using other people’s likeness or work. If we get a takedown request from the featured person, it will be taken down without hesitation.

Can I submit already existing work or do I need to make something new for this event?

Any content presented for March Caprice must not have existed in the public before November 11th, 2023. This way, the event will be a new experience and will encourage your audience to explore your previous work.

May I feature NSFW content?

Your submission may not feature any NSFW/18+ content. If March Caprice were a movie, we’d give it a rating of PG-13. We encourage this event to be as family-friendly as possible. We reserve the right to reject a submission for any reason, but in general, you can apply common sense to the content you make. If you are unsure, feel free to contact us.

May I feature SFW shipping content?

We are not allowing shipping content for March Caprice. If you have any concerns about a potential entry, feel free to contact us.

May I submit a piece of work that is only tangentially KINGDOM HEARTS related?

This event is intended to celebrate the creatives within the KINGDOM HEARTS community, and as such, we will likely not approve pieces where KINGDOM HEARTS is not the primary focus of the piece.

Can I submit a piece that will be sponsored?

If you can get a sponsor for your submission, by all means, feel free.

Can I get feedback on my piece?

While the March Caprice staff will not be giving subjective feedback on pieces, we will let you know if your submission does or does not meet the event’s criteria or violates March Caprice’s Terms of Service. However, we do have a Discord server for the event where you can get feedback from other participants and the larger March Caprice community.

What has changed from last year?

Please look forward to more information in the near future in our Caprice Release. In the meantime, take a look around the website to see what has changed so far!

Are there any restrictions on revealing my work prior to it being scheduled?

While we encourage people to hold off on revealing their entire project prior to the event, you can share as much information as you’d like of your project. We’ve found that the more people reveal about their project prior to the event, the less interaction with their piece they receive.

May I ask any additional questions?

Absolutely; feel free to join our Discord, message us on Twitter, Instagram, or email us at, and we will reply as soon as we can. Our team has weekly meetings, so you can expect an answer within the week.

Please note the timeline below for our process:

  • November 11th: Signups open

  • January 13th: All signups (except livestreams and Mel Mem tournament) close

  • January 15th: Showcase emails go out (sans cosplay, livestreams)

  • January 20th: Showcase emails due (sans cosplay, livestreams)

  • February 12th: Check-ins go out

  • February 17th: Check-in Due, Live stream signups close

  • February 26th: Schedule form goes out

  • March 2nd: Cosplay/Videos/Art/Merch/Writing/Music Due, Schedule form due

  • March 9th: MelMem signups close, Participant content changes Due

  • March 11th: Schedule goes to participants

  • March 13th: Schedule changes due

  • March 18th: Schedule goes public

  • March 24th-30th: March Caprice 4.0

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