Almost one year after the launch of the contest that started it all, the 2009 One Page Dungeon Codex (Deluxe Edition) is finally here. It’s a 54 page book containing the 27 best entries of the contest and great essays on the history of the one page dungeon template and its uses.
I’m so happy to have this baby see the light of day. What started as a crazy idea at my mother’s cottage in the deep of winter became the biggest contest we ever ran. The hard work in judging all 112 entries and creating this document with both Michaels (Shorten and Wolf) almost did us in a few times, but we prevailed.
Distributed by our friends at Tabletop Adventures (one of the gracious sponsors of the contest), the Deluxe version features a gorgeous new theme, an awesome cover by artist Mark Allen and new exclusive art done by AvatarArt’s own Mates Laurentiu.
You can find it (for now) on these 2 sites:
Other PDF sites will be added. I’m also looking at options to get a Print on Demand version out (either through Lulu and/or RPGNow‘s upcoming service).
Oh, did I forget to mention, it’s completely free! So get a copy and tell your friends to get their own. It’s filled with awesome system-neutral dungeon goodness.
We plan to submit it to the Ennies for Best Free Product. I may call on you all if we get there 🙂
One project landed, woot!! That one and the new podcast, all in the same week. I like 2010 so far!
Thanks everyone for being there. You helped make this a idea a possibility!