Sterling is an architect, writer and game designer. As an architect, he works on projects of all sizes, local to international. As a game designer and cartographer he works in fantasy settings and a galaxy far, far away.

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Saturday
Jul282012

Dungeon-A-Day.com Kickstarter

My map for the Fane of the Sea God Level, written by Charles Ryan.For years, Dungeon A Day posted daily dungeon encounters by Monte Cook for Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 OGL. It was a massive dungeon. Eventually, he brought in Super Genius Games to keep the site running and complete the Dragon's Delve mega dungeon. Afterwrads, Super Genius continued with smaller dungeons, and added the Pathfinder rules along the way.

Sadly, the site was forced to close to new subscribers last year. Fortunately, Super Genius received enough interest to start a new Kickstarter campign to make the original material available to newcomers. They hope to gain enough funding to add to the original material, and more.

Regular readers may remember that I was one of the site's cartographers near the end of Dragon's Delve and other adventures. If the kickstarter works, I may get the opportunity to do more of that in the future, plus something more...

You can hear more about it at the Dungeonaday site, Kickstarter site, and the video below. They have reached their funding goal, and have added some stretch goals.

Take a look at the introductory video....

 

The 3D model and walk through clips at about the 5:09 and 5:43 marks? I produced those.

You can see the full video for the Dragon's Delve Fane of the Sea God level in update 3. I can't embed it here, but below is a still shot. 

 


 So, go support them today. I'd love to do more in the future, as well as more of their cartography in general. Even if you're not running a current 3.5 OGL or Pathfinder game, there is a ton of material to be mined or converted to other systems. With 27 levels, 661 encounters and more than 30 maps already available (at certain levels of support), DMs are bound to find something useful for their campaigns.

 

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