DCC RPG Adventures Magazine

DCC has inspired many folks to produce their own supplements and adventures for the game. This is the place for discussion of all 3PP products for DCC RPG.

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DCC RPG Adventures Magazine

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Attention Writers, Artists and Contributors!

reverenddak, myself (Silmarillius) and Skars are looking for submissions for a DCC RPG Magazine similar to Dungeon. Please submit your adventure designs (short or long), artwork and articles to adv.submissions@straycouches.com and we'll see if we can get you approved for the first issue.

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What sized adventures are you looking for? I'm assuming about 1000 words but thought I should ask.
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ThickSkullAdv wrote:What sized adventures are you looking for? I'm assuming about 1000 words but thought I should ask.
I think everything from 1-pagers, ~250, to 6000 worded ones would work too.
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It's not the size of the axe it's how you swing it!

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Has this subsumed CRAWL! ? if so, does my sub transfer over? :lol:
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beermotor wrote:Has this subsumed CRAWL! ? if so, does my sub transfer over? :lol:
No way. Crawl! will continue, business as usual. This would be to Crawl! that Dungeon would be to Dragon.

The DCC RPG Magazine subject line there is probably misleading, Silmarillius, you should probably change it to DCC RPG Adventures Magazine, or something.
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reverenddak wrote:. The DCC RPG Magazine subject line there is probably misleading, Silmarillius, you should probably change it to DCC RPG Adventures Magazine, or something.
Done. Will be continually accepting submissions. Myself and reverenddak will let you know by email whether or not the submissions have been accepted. Please, any and all. If you have anything to contribute, feel free to submit.

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I would subscribe as I do to Crawl! Though it seems like it has been so long since Crawl! had an issue out. :(
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cthulhudarren wrote:I would subscribe as I do to Crawl! Though it seems like it has been so long since Crawl! had an issue out. :(
Latest issue, #7 is now shipping:

http://crawlfanzine.blogspot.com/2013/0 ... print.html
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The adventures absolutely MUST have cool maps like we are used to from other dcc rpg adventures.
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Thank you to Zargon, our first submission for this. Again, if anyone in the community has anything they would like to contribute, send it along.
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I'll talk to you about this on Tuesday.
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Thank you to our next submitter, although I don't know his screenname, he has done the art work for The Revelation of Mulmo and Sepulcher of the Mountain God. Illustrations found here: http://davidwfisher.daportfolio.com/

I'm looking forward to seeing what he comes up with, along with all of you. Submissions will continue until the end of July. Our hope is to have the first issue out by the end of September!

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So do I understand correctly that you're looking for a fully-completed adventure rather than a proposal (a la the recent contest, or Dungeon back in the day)?
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jozxyqk wrote:So do I understand correctly that you're looking for a fully-completed adventure rather than a proposal (a la the recent contest, or Dungeon back in the day)?
Yep, fully completed adventures are what we are looking for and artwork.

Maybe we should call it "DAMN!" for DCC Adventure Magazine & News ;)
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Skars wrote:Maybe we should call it "DAMN!" for DCC Adventure Magazine & News ;)
I actually kind of like this idea. It fits alongside CRAWL. :lol:
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Silmarillius wrote:Thank you to our next submitter, although I don't know his screenname, he has done the art work for The Revelation of Mulmo and Sepulcher of the Mountain God. Illustrations found here: http://davidwfisher.daportfolio.com/
That would be me. Though I didn't work on Sepulcher of the Mountain God. So far I've worked on Angels, Daemons and Beings Between, Tomb of Curses, In the Prison of the Sorcerer Squid and The Revelation of Mulmo. I did a single image of a gong farmer for an issue of Crawl too but I'm not sure if that's out yet.

In any case, it's been a pleasure working on these fine products and I look forward to working on this magazine too.
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Excellent work regardless. The adventures magazine is currently looking for a Layout Artist. If there are any takers, please not the submissions email at the top of the page. We are accepting adventure submissions (2000 words to 20,000 words), articles and reviews, as well as additional artwork and monster designs.
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If Thickskull makes one cool like Frawgs, we are all set!
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Karaptis wrote:If Thickskull makes one cool like Frawgs, we are all set!
I'm actually working on 2 standalone mods right now, one of which I'd like to submit to this magazine. Thanks for the vote of confidence!

In other news, I'm targeting publishing my new module, The Haunting of Larvik Island in late June on what would be the 2-year anniversary of its original 4E publish date... I'm just hoping the artists that owes me the last couple of pieces of art is also down with that plan!
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I should write up my conversion for Bone Hill. I'm happy with the bear-bugs and un-dead.
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I am currently (when not slaving in Nursing school), converting the U1-U3 modules making the Sahiugan or whatever into Deep Ones.
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beermotor wrote:I should write up my conversion for Bone Hill. I'm happy with the bear-bugs and un-dead.
PLEASE do!
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Excellent to hear guys. I've already taken a look at some of the stuff Raven_Crowking is working on for the magazine. As well, an individual named Jeff Volckaert has been happy to submit something he's working on. If it is not finished, feel free just to send me what you have for me to take a look. As well, still currently looking for a layout artist. If there is anyone who would like to help out, feel free. Our aim is to have all submissions in by 31 July 2013.
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Sill accepting submissions here: adv.submissions@straycouches.com
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