In the footsteps of my flash fiction of last week, my friend Leah teamed up with author Joseph Devon to host a writing contest… about sewing. Can you take this seemingly harmless craft and use it as a story’s climactic scene? Show us what you can do!
I discovered Legend of the Five Rings several years ago, but in the past I have never had a chance to play the RPG system itself and instead have ended up playing Oriental Adventure version of D&D or other systems with strong Asian influences. That’s why I’m very thankful that Alderac Entertainment Group has provided us with the 4th Edition of the Legend of the Five Rings Roleplaying Game core book, which is right off the bat one of the most beautiful RPG books I’ve ever seen. Plus a contest to win a copy of the L5R core book!
For those of you without tickets to GenCon, whether because you haven’t bought them but could go or because you can’t go at all, we offer the following multi-part contest. Choose the one that best fits your situation: I Want A Ticket To Go To GenCon, I Can’t Go To GenCon, I Have A Ticket And I’m Going To GenCon.
The judges have been deliberated and we have returned with our picks for the winners in our Twitterquest contest, where contestants entered via comments, our Facebook group, and to our Twitter account, submitting their 127 word or fewer adventure pitches.
This week we are not posting a new poll as part of the Inquisition, instead we are looking to solve a very terrible problem which Dave and I now have. You see…we simply have too much stuff that we want to give away on this fancy-schmancy website and we aren’t entirely sure how to do it!
One month ago, I launched a contest over Twitter called #aboutmyPC where I invited people to submit a description of their character in 130 characters or less (the #aboutmyPC tag taking 10 characters). Over 350 entries were sent for that contest so it was a huge success. My criteria for the contest were pretty simple. […]
Regular readers will know that I have a thing for Twitter. If you’ve never heard of it, it allows you to post micro posts of maximum 140 characters in length. It also allows you to follow specific twitter accounts, like mine here, to see what people you care about are saying. Well a few weeks […]
What started as a crazy idea in the last few weeks of Winter has finally come to its conclusion. Since late May a panel of 6 judges: Chgowiz, Dave: the Game, Sham, Amityville Mike, Alex Schroeder and myself have slogged through 112 entries and we’ve finally arrived with the final results. If you are curious […]
I’m glad to report that judging the entries for the One Page Dungeon contest has been completed last night! Chgowiz and I will be announcing the 3 grand winners and a bunch of Category winners on Wednesday July 1st. Don’t miss it! Then, a few weeks later we’ll publish the entries as we promised to […]
I know that many of you have clamored to see all the entries for the awesomely popular One-Page Dungeon Contest that concluded last week. However, before we can even think of publishing them (and more importantly how and how many), we need to go through each and every entry and judge them. However, I thought […]