May comes to an end, and so does the Unusual Dungeons RPG Blog Carnival.
After a somewhat slow start, we’ve had a number of submissions:
- From Grimnir, we had the Tower of Gamaldur.
- Alan Kellogg posted on how handling situations can make them unusual, rather than the setting.
- Phil Magpie brainstormed up a Secret Temple.
- Mark from Creative Mountain Games writes about subverting players’ expectations and creating something that is recognizable, rather than unusual in its physical setup.
- Johnn Four takes his characters to McDonald’s (nice one) and into the Astral Plane with the help of a spelljammer ship.
- General Tangent posted thoughts on inspiration for unusual dungeons.
James Introcaso was the most prolific contributor this month, supplying us with a series about a prison for dragons:
- A Prison for Dragons
- Hooks and Backgrounds
- Citadel’s Surface Level
- Citadel’s Lower level
- Prison Upper Level
- Prison Lower Level
- New Monsters
And from myself:
(And of course, if you’d like to read up on past carnivals or check on future subjects, head on over to the RPGBA Carnival archive page.)