Sunday, February 22, 2015

Open Call for 5e Adventure Designers - D&D Adventurers League

If I recall correctly, the D&D Adventurers League is WoTC's organized play arm for D&D 5e.

Here's the skinny:
Only 8 days left for the Open Call! The design test is only 2 encounters, give it a go, you never know if you’ve got what it takes unless you try! 
Have some great ideas for adventures? Want to hear all the great stories your friends will tell about the time they played that amazing adventure you designed for the D&D Adventurers League? Then take the first step towards being a D&D Adventurers League adventure designer! Check out the instructions in the Adventure Design Application and send your submission to Resource Manager, Bill Benham at submissions@dndadventurersleague.org. We will be accepting submissions for this open call until February 28th. 
You do not have to have previous design credits, but it helps!
You can see the rest at the Open Call link here.

Entries must be submitted by February 28th, 2015 - next Saturday.


  1. I bet of there were actually a legal OGL for 5e they would have no trouble finding authors because many publishers would be actively supporting 5e.

    1. quite probably.

      i wouldn't hold my breath tho ;)

    2. This has nothing to do with OGL or publishing. This was an open call for authors for the public organized play program. Anyone could have submitted. It had nothing to do with 3rd party publishing.

  2. One such scheme already fell through. I'm not jumping in this time.

  3. I know the lack of an OGL has pretty much driven me to abandon 5E publishing-wise. The window of opportunity has passed, it seems.

  4. I wonder what the market looks like, even? I played my first 5e game to try to get a feel for the rules at my FLGS today. The enthusiasm for the game was mediocre, while strong interest was expressed in 1st edition AD&D, B/X and DCC by the players. I sort of expect an OSRIC campaign is coming out of this.


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