The Caption Contest Is Back!
Did you miss it? We sure did! It’s back now and it’s got some icing on the cake this time too, in case you’re new or you forgot how all of this works it’s pretty simple. You submit a comment to this blog post with a single caption for this comic and at the end of the month you might win a prize, read onward for more! (Click comic to enlarge)
Congratulations to the caption winner Mike P. with his caption:
“The Dark God Ruxpin requires tribute if story time is to continue.”
Also congrats to Thrakazog who is our randomly selected winner for the Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle D&D module!
Win A Copy of A Gencon Exclusive D&D Next Adventure, What?!
Did you miss out on heading to Gencon this year? Were you really looking forward to snagging a copy of the exclusive D&D Next Adventure Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle? Don’t want to pay the absurd prices people are selling it for on eBay? Well here’s your chance to win a copy and all you have to do is try and be funny! Everyone who submits an entry for this month’s caption contest is going to be randomly entered into a drawing that will net one lucky winner a copy of Dragonspear.
But Wait, there’s More!
Of course, whomever d20Monkey and ourselves decide had the funniest caption will still be winning a free month of Ascendant time, their caption featured on d20Monkey.com at a later date, a T-shirt, and whatever other miscellaneous schwag we can shower you with!
Contest ends midnight (CST) on September 30th, and the winner will be contacted shortly after. Remember one caption per comment, and leave as many as you like! May the funniest gamer win!
About Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle
Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle takes characters from 1st to 10th level, complete with pregens, a bestiary, and everything else you need to hit the ground running. It utilizes the D&D Next playtest rules and features a rather varied set of adventures.
GoDC provides a nice solidified play experience for it if you’re the kind of person who doesn’t like downloading all the new playtest packets and trying to keep up with all of D&DNext’s updates. The book clocks in at 279 pages and is jam packed with art, funny designer notes, maps, and one of the most gorgeous character sheets we’ve ever seen.