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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)
Free Pound Of Dice, What?!
We’re back again with another cool giveaway from AwesomeDice.com, this time their mascot Balthazar wants to rid himself of his recently opened Pound O’ Dice. Unsatisfied with how ugly his dice were, he needs you take them off his hands!
No Really, Tell Us!
We all love to tell stories about our characters, don’t’ we? Too bad no one ever really likes to hear them though, and while this is true most of the time – this is not one of those times! In partnership with AwesomeDice we are running a contest where two lucky winners will win a set of dice of their choice and a very exclusive Obsidian Portal dice bag! Want in? Listen up and we’ll tell you how.
Outro: “Stande Alone” ~ LukHash
We’ve got a brand new thanksgiving themed d20Monkey comic contest for you all to enjoy, so get out there and get on those one-liners for your chance to win some awesome OP prizes. We’ve also got a fresh Campaign of the Month for November - Avatar: Conquest of the Imperial Order, be sure to check out our interview (and the campaign) when you’re done listening to the podcast! We’ve also got an interview and giveaway with Wizards of the Coast Writer/Editor Scott Fitzgerald Gray about his new collection of sword & sorcery stories A Prayer for Dead Kings and Other Tales.
Now, onto the topics!
Recently I had the pleasure of being able to sit down with freelance writer/editor Scott Fitzgerald Gray of Wizards of the Coast and interviewed him about his new book “A Prayer for Dead Kings and other Tales“. The book is full of short stories, a novella and a short novel full of awesome, inspiring sword and sorcery tales and more. Scott also happens to be writer of my personal favorite D&D 4e publication to date: The Tomb of Horrors (Hardback & DM Reward Module)
Within the interview I pick Scott’s brain about a little bit of everything writing and D&D related, including a dreaded “What is your favorite…” question relating to D&D. We also talk about his new book, of course. He’s also kind enough to be giving away some free (electronic) copies to random commenters, so if you leave a comment or question below you’ll be entered in a raffle to win 1 of 5 electronic copies of A Prayer for Dead Kings and Other Tales! The contest will end November 21st at midnight, so be sure to chip in any old comment by then if you’d like a chance to win.
Congrats to Zorana on winning the Fiasco contest! We hope you enjoy all your Fiasco goodies and the hours of enjoyment to soon follow! Please, everyone feel free to keep commenting and discussing the game in the comments below!
Let Me Tell You A Story
During our last day at Gencon, Micah and myself were pulled into a game of Fiasco by Danny Rupp of Critical-Hits (aka @Bartoneus the Architect DM) along with about a dozen other folks, we wound up with 4 full tables of games going on. While neither Micah or I were honestly too keen on the idea of playing at first, I’m fairly certain the experience was some of the most fun we had during the whole convention and I’m very glad we played.