Wednesday, April 16, 2014

And the winner of the free print copy
of The Ogress of Anubis is...

First off, thanks for all the comments... and not just the pandering/begging "Gimme, gimme, gimme!" kinds. The "Love the d30 (fill in blank)" kind are greatly appreciated as well.

Next, you guys made the die-rolling easy! With 59 official entrants, that meant I got to roll a d30 and a d6, with the result of the d6 deciding low (1-30) or high (31-60). I would have only had to re-roll if the result came up 30/6. It did not. I did not have to re-roll. The official roll was 11-6, which means entrant #41 is the winner of the free print copy of The Ogress of Anubis.

Just email your mailing address to
and I'll get it packaged up and sent out to you.

For those of you who don't have a PDF copy, it's a pay-what-you-want at RPGNow (so you can actually get it free if you want!) In addition to the adventure proper, it's got some adventure seeds and blank tomb maps in the back. And it might make a nice springboard into the d30 Necropoleis A-to-Z chart I plan to release later today. (I know that "necropoleis" looks weird, but that's an acceptable plural form of "necropolis" in addition to "necropoli." Who knew?)

Thanks again everybody!


  1. Woooo!
    Who's the king? Woooooooooo!
    Woot! Woot! WOOT!

  2. I got this yesterday ... Thanks! The crazy thing is I'm getting ready to start an Egyptian campaign and ... boom! This comes...
    Thanks so much guys!