Monday, March 20, 2017

New Entry: Dragon Per Se

The seventh entry for the 2017 One Page Dungeon Contest has been received! +Andrey Plisko submitted a new entry that places the characters at the center of a large celebration, until things inevitably go wrong...

Andrey has gone to great lengths to make this One Page Dungeon work with different types of rule systems, which should please a great number of players and game masters!

"Dragon Per Se"

After a cheerful feast our heroes find themselves tied and lying in the lair of an ancient dragon, who misses the time of his youth.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

New Entry: Lair of the Cat Magus

Jennevieve Schlemmer, of has submitted the latest One Page Dungeon Contest entry. As with some of the other entries submitted so far, you don't have to wait until the end of the contest to see what it is all about (or run it for your players), as it can be downloaded directly from the creator!

 In addition to downloading the One Page Dungeon Entry, you can also find sketches, tutorials, coloring pages, cartoons, coloring books, you name it!  (I am particularly fond of the Monsters and Magical Creatures coloring book myself)

Prized goats have gone missing from BlueHeart Abbey, and it is up to the characters to discover the fate of the animals, and rescue as many as possible from a cat-obsessed Magus lurking in the ruins beneath the abbey.

As of this posting, This is how much time
remains to submit an entry to the
2017 One Page Dungeon Contest.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

New Entry: The Temple of the Half-Tusk

Screenshot from
A new entry has been submitted by +Chris Bissette of

Chris has a ton of content available, and you can even download a copy of the One Page Dungeon directly from the has been updated to include the latest entry, and includes a link to Bissette's website and a direct link to the page featuring the One Page Dungeon.

Below is the blurb supplied with the entry:

"The Temple of the Half-Tusk"

The orc-kin monks of the Half-Tusk lived in seclusion for generations, having fled their warring tribes - so why have they now disappeared?

OPDC 2017 Countdown as of this posting.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

The Dragon is Back!

Reworked Dragon Logo
for the One Page Dungeon Contest
used in the above design.

I brought the Dragon back to the One Page Dungeon Contest Title. I usually hunt down tutorials to do this sort of thing, but for the new title logos, I just played around in Photoshop and came up with this method.  While likely not the most efficient method, these are the steps I used:

STEP ONE:Pick a font you like (the more edges and nooks the better), 
type out your title or phrase, and then rasterize the type.

STEP TWO: Use the eraser to break any closed areas in the letters.
If not, this area might have a "cap" on it when rendered in 3D

STEP THREE: Use the Transform/ Perspective tool to give 
your title or phrase some dimension.