Thursday, March 26, 2015

Thoughts on the Dungeons and Drunkards Project.

So one of the things that I've discovered is that I really like working with other people on projects. The Dungeons and Drunkards project that I worked on with +Jens D., +Sean Bircher, and +Stelios V. Perdios was a lot of fun and it was really fascinating to see all of us working on a unified topic to create an overall series. 

As I'm sure you can tell from the series each of us played to our strengths. Jens brought a mastery of rules systems; I brought the weird, errie fiction; Sean brought the monsters; and Stelios brought the whole thing home by bringing it into the real world. In the end it all works remarkably well together as you'll (hopefully tonight or early tomorrow) see soon in a special little bonus that we've been working on completing over the last couple of days. 

After that I've already decided that I want to do another one of these projects. More on that when it gets closer to time to actually launch it!

Dungeons and Drunkards
Part 1: A pub crawl through assorted editions of D&D (and some homebrew) by +Jens D. 
Part 2: The Dance of the Tarantella by Charles Akins
Part 3: Boozing it Up in 5e by +Sean Bircher
  Part 4: When the DM Gets Drunk by +Stelios V. Perdios
Part 5: Drunken Beasts by +Sean Bircher 
Part 6: B-E-N-D-E-R! by +Sean Bircher
Part 7: Wine Angel by +Sean Bircher
Part 8: The Drunk Girl and the Game Master by +Stelios V. Perdios
The Complete Dungeons & Drunkards PDF 


  1. At times it felt like herding cats, but it was an interesting experience above all and very well worth the time put into it. If you'll have me, I'd join the fray for another one of those without thinking twice about it.

  2. Form my money more bloggers working together is always a good thing.
    Collaborate collaborate collaborate....

    1. Glad to see you feel that way sir, because I need to talk to you about something . . .

    2. Sweet, just drop a line.
      For you sir I'll even proof read.


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