Blogger outage? Didn’t notice, too busy (duh) winning

A high-level Warlock at work

The One Page Dungeon results are in.  My The Belly of the Beast was among the winners (in a category that is totally not made up): Best Bio-Crawl.  Suck it, trolls. (And thanks to Scottsz who cleaned up my map which looked pretty awful before he GIMPed it up!)

Many thanks to all the judges, and the sponsors, and Alex for running the show. Congratulations to all the entrants, especially the winners.

  The OPD represents, to me, the best thing about the online DIY gaming community — we share our stuff.  I have used several OPDs in my own D&D campaign and I think they are, by and large, as good as any “published” module you could pay for, especially when you consider the sheer number of them and the ease of use.  I’m thrilled that I was among the winners but honestly, every Dungeon Master wins when these entries are put up on the wiki site for free download, and I was just happy to see a huge turnout of entries, several of which I’ve already grabbed from my own repretoire the next time my players decide to check out something that I haven’t prepped.

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  1. nice job, MM

  2. Congrats!

    BTW, I sent you a list of possible trades a while back and never heard from you. Shall I resend the list?

  3. Congrats!

    • Thanks!
      I’m surprised the Undertavern was overlooked. I really dug the the ghoul on rails.

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