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The results of a prize contest which had the following key rules (amongst other technical requirements):
Participants create a one page dungeon using a specified template.
The dungeon must have the following features:
Name of Dungeon
Dungeon Key (in an edition-neutral form: Description of monsters, Treasure, Traps, etc.... No game stats)
OPTIONAL (If you can fit them on one page...)
Wandering Monster or Random Event tables or a list of scripted "events" that can occur over the adventure
Additional descriptions that add to the dungeon, such as detailed description of trap or trick or unique feature.
This published document, available in both versions as a free download, contains the following articles and winning submissions...
Articles on One Page Dungeons:
The Origin of the One Page Dungeon Template by David Bowman and Michael Shorten
Building the Font of Sorrows with the One Page Dungeon Template by Philippe-Antoine Ménard
Creating a map for the One Page Template with GIMP by Michael Shorten
"How to use the One Page Template" Contest posts by Michael Shorten and Philippe-Antoine Ménard
The One-Page Manifesto by Santiago Luis Oría The 3 Winning "Best Of" Dungeons:
Secrets of the Old City by Simon Bull (Best Overall One Page Dungeon)
Cry of the Gravegod by Heron Prior (Best New School Dungeon)
Valley of the Necromancer Kings by Andrew Gale (Best Old School Dungeon) The Runner Ups:
The Gray Goblin Warrens by Christopher Brackett (Best Hack-n-Slash)
The Horror of Leatherbury House by Michael Wolf (Best Non-Fantasy Entry)
Arendt's Old Peculiar by Antti Hulkkonen (Best Pub)
The Infinite Tower by James Edward Raggi IV (Best Replayable Entry)
Megadungeon of the Mad Archmage Gary Stu by Adam Thornton (Best Retro Use of 30x30 Space)
Maze of NAMCAP by Patrick Riley (Best Silly Dungeon) Honorable Mentions:
The Barnacle Cave by Sam Kisko (Best Aquatic Entry)
Ruffthroats Rathskeller by Lee Barber (Best Classic)
The Crumbling Dungeon by Lord Kilgore (Best Dungeon Circa 1974)
Shrine of the Savage Jungle by John Laviolette (Best Dungeon Crawl)
Clockwork Crypt by Gary S. Watkins (Most Elegant)
The Vareh'gra Depths by Gary McCammon (Funniest)
The Halls of the Mad Mage by Justin Alexander (Best Geometry)
The Omenous Portent of the Highlands Meteor by Tim Hensley (Best Homage)
The Tomb of Dûrahn Oakenshield by Dyson Logos (Best Introductory One-Shot)
The Great Cloud Caper by Jonathan Lee (Best Non-Dungeon)
Traps-R-Us by Chris Torrence (Best Unconventional)
Mountain Lair of the Misanthropic Magus by Sean Wills (Best Use of Tables)
The following credits do not apply to the earlier Hobbyist Version:
In early 2010 a special offer was made to the community to be able to purchase a printed copy of this RPG item. The Deluxe Printed version is the final product of that offer. It was printed in May 2010, but still holds the copyright from 2009. There is no ISBN number and no product code on the product. It was professionally set and printed and some versions were signed by members of the judging panel or the chief editors.
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