Tuesday, April 6, 2010

One Page Dungeon Contest Nominations

I've been helping judge this years One Page Dungeon Contest.

Part of the process was for each judge to nominate 20 entries and a "category" for each one.  Below are my twenty.

Just to be clear. These aren't the final winners.  These are just the twenty entries I picked during the first round of judging.  Other judges picked there own set of twenty.  And it was hard to narrow down to only twenty. There were 35 in my "these are awesome" pile after my first read through of the ~60 entries.

BTW Here are all the 2010 One Page Dungeon Contest Entries.


Fit Into the Most Categories:
Simon Bull -- The Ruination Of Tenamen

Place I Most Want to Visit ;)

Rich Lee -- Maddam Lila’s Speakeasy, Bath, and Brothel

Most Accomplished In Under 100k File Size:
Philippe Tromeur -- The Laughing Mausoleum

Wildest Wilderness: 
Lord Kilgore  -- Heart of Darkness

Coolest Cityness:
Paul Siegel -- Four Corners

Sexiest Sci-fi: (also best/only good? use of Flumph)
Stuart Robertson -- Dungeon From A Distant Star

Best Non-Fantasy:
Clarabelle Chong -- Time for Tea

Best Non-Dungeon:
Tim Shorts -- Where is Margesh Blackblood

Tastiest Treasure "bottle of soup" from a child:
Rob Antonishen -- Mine! NotYours

Best Back Story:
Maximilian Thieme -- The Bride of Visbek

Most Makes me Want to Listen to Very Loud Heavy Metal:
Michael K. Tumey -- Necromancer’s Crypt

Best Cartography/Art:
Tom Holmes -- The Bone Harvest Horror

Best Map:
Paul Fini -- Tomb of the Warrior King

Pulpiest:
Antti Hulkkonen -- Den of Villainy

Flavorfullest:
Craig Brasco -- The Vault of Zerduzan

Cthuluest:
Brenton Haerr -- The House of Lost and Found

Left me Wanting More:
Sven Vogler -- Under the Mountain

Most Ready/Inspiring for Expansion:
Heron Prior -- Trolls will be Trolls

One I Most Want to Run:
Jimm Johnson and Jeff Lynk -- The Contemptible Cube of Quazar

Most likely to be Really Cool if I Understood it Better:
David Bedell -- Under-desert of Qualorm

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