DCC #67 - Sailors on the Starless Sea. (edit - due to the generosity of certain 3rd party DCC RPG Publishers, we are adding Perils of the Sunken City AND Attack of the Frawgs! to the prize pool! - read more about these excellent prizes here)
Joe Goodman was generous enough to send me a coupon for DCC #67 at RPGNow, but I had already purchased a PDF copy from there. I asked if I could forward the copy on to one of my blog readers, and he said yes. (in the off chance that the code is linked to my account specifically, I'll purchase it as a gift for your account using the code at my account - should work the same in the end).
What do you need to do to win such wondrous prizes?
It's fairly simple.
Generate a Zero Level character for the DCC RPG. What, you don't have a copy of the rules? No problem at all. Just got to the Purple Sorcerer's website and they'll generate 4 characters for you! How easy is that? (remember, you just need 1, so pick the one you like the most and run with it)
Now all you need to do is name your character, post the stats, occupation, starting equipment and "lucky roll" - and 2 to 3 sentences of background, motivation, random info - whatever you want to post about your Zero level "noob" as a comment to this post.
Tuesday, June 26th at around 6 pm eastern time I'll close the door on entries and randomly pick 3 winners later on that night (why tuesday? because I may be running it monday night for my players that signed up via the UA-LC). Three main prizes - Three main winners. I will add two bundles from the Toys For the Sandbox series of releases. These two winners will be by my choice, not random. So, make me laugh, make an amazing write up, make poor stats into something memorable - whatever.
The bundles choices will be from the first three, so 1-5, 6-10 or 11-15.
You may enter as many times as you may like, but only one entry will count towards winning one of the three main adventures = Sailors on the Starless Sea, Perils of the Sunken City and Attack of the Frawg.
Good luck to all :)
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