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Writing badges are badges awarded for reaching certain milestones in the writing progress, typically upon updating your word count on consecutive days or reaching certain word count milestones. They appeared on the NaNoWriMo website in 2013, with a refresh in 2014. They were redesigned in 2019.
These writing badges also apply for Camp NaNoWriMo projects as of Camp 2020, since both events now take place on the NaNoWriMo website. Depending on your project's goal, it may not be possible to earn all the badges; if your goal is below 50,000 words (or whatever you're tracking), you won't earn the word count badges higher than your goal even if you win Camp.
The 2013-2018 Writing Badges include:
|You've got a novel||earned after creating a novel on the NaNoWriMo site|
|You're on your way||earned after updating word count for the first time|
|You're off to a great start||earned after updating word count for five days in a row (added in 2015)|
|You have steady hands||earned after updating word count for ten days in a row (added in 2015)|
|Prove your commitment to your creativity||earned after updating word count every day in November (added in 2015)|
|You hit the 1,667 mark||earned after total word count reaches 1,667 (added in 2015)|
|You hit the 5,000 mark||earned after total word count reaches 5,000 (added in 2014)|
|You hit the 10,000 mark||earned after total word count reaches 10,000 (added in 2015)|
|You hit the 25,000 mark||earned after total word count reaches 25,000 (added in 2014)|
|You hit the 40,000 mark||earned after total word count reaches 40,000 (added in 2015)|
|You won||earned after validating total word count at 50,000 (added in 2013)|
|You're ready to revise||earned after making the commitment to review during the Now What? Months|