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One Page Dungeon Contest Results

The One Page Dungeon Contest judges have gotten back with their results. I did not win, but seeing the competition, that really does not surprise me. I would suggest giving them a look because there are some truly amazing ideas and designs, some that use different color lenses, others that are beautifully drawn, and all of them have crazy good designs. I am glad I worked to put forward an entry, and I can only hope to learn from their designs.

I would suggest perusing the winning entries, they have great ideas even if you do not end up running them (I know I want to utilize the multi-color lenses and walls of Urash Mhyrr).

Author Title
PJ Cunningham Amid the Reapers Scattered Bones
Ramsey Hong The Crimson Maelstrom
P. Aaron Potter The Crucible
Darren Bellisle The Devils Pitchfork
Will Doyle Island of the Lizard God
Matthew Adams The Long Fall
Vance Atkins The Pyramid of Esslor
Lorenzo Santini The Revenge of Xarr-Zuul
Raphael Sadowsk The Shattered Temple
GUS L Thunderhead Manse
Michael Wenman Urash Mhyrr
I’m also in the middle of painting up a bunch of dungeon dressing, and I’ll be posting pictures along with a step-by-step of miniature painting (with links to the much more experienced bloggers I got my ideas from).

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