Hail Road Crew! 

Got a spot on your favorite bag or jacket that is just crying out for something to fill that space? Have we got good news for you! Below you'll find the details on the new DCC Day and DCC Days Online patches that you can earn by running events!

We've also got the initial list of retailers participating in DCC Day, a report about how to remove a giant mosquito from your chest, and even a link to help you fill out your Dungeon Crawl Classics adventures.
Let's get to it!
This year has had a lot of twists and turns, hasn’t it? It’s been a little tough to do the convention circuit without a convention, and even in-store events are something we don’t see right now. So, we’ve had to make changes.

We’ve moved a lot of our life online. And now that the Road Crew is supporting events like Cyclops Con and  DCC Days Online, we’d like to make sure you get swag that reflects it.

This year’s swag theme is patches, and we’re happy to announce that we’ll be adding patches for judges who run events at  DCC Days Online or, where local conditions allow, at  DCC Day in stores.
These patches aren’t available yet—but they should be in our hands in about 3 weeks, and we will let you know when they are! For now please know that if you run a game at  DCC Days Online  or  DCC Day , you are eligible for the appropriate patch.

And if you ran a game for Cyclops Con, you’ll be retroactively eligible for that patch. We will provide more information on how to order these patches as soon as we have the physical patches in hand!
If you’re looking for a place to get your crawl on for DCC Day, then this is great news for you! We've posted the PRELIMINARY list of the retailers participating in DCC Day! About 2/3 of the DCC Day kits have been sold, so there will be even more retailers on this list by the time we’re done, but this is a great place to start for The Road Crew. We will continue to update this list weekly as more stores sign up.

If you are looking for a place to run Dungeon Crawl Classics in concert with, this guide will help you find a store near you that has officially signed up. We encourage you to speak with the store and support gaming there however local conditions allow. Either in person or as an online game advertised at the store .

If your store isn’t on this list make sure you ask them to sign up! It’s your only way to get the free and exclusive modules on sale that day!

Remember, running an event in conjunction with a store is the only way to get your DCC Day patch. The suggested date for DCC Day is June 13th, but due to local laws and regulations during this health crisis, that date may vary. Be sure to check with your local store to get the exact date and time from them.

We hope all of you have a great and safe DCC Day!
Judges, you only have one week remaining to get your events in for DCC Days Online! We are still accepting events, but time is running out to be a part of the first-ever DCC Days Online!

Judges for DCC Days Online get a free badge and free admission as a player to the same number of events that they judge.

Here is the schedule for event submission and other key dates. 
  • Event Submission: NOW OPEN! You do not need a badge to submit events.
  • Badge Sales: Start May 22. Badges will be $5, and events will generally be $4 each or $8 for premiere events.
  • Event Schedule: The event schedule will be published on Wednesday, May 27.
  • Event Registration: Opens Monday, June 1. We know you want an exact time! We will confirm that closer in. 
  • Convention Dates: June 11-14.

Hope to see you online in June for DCC Days Online!
Judge Mike Markey has been running Michael Curtis' Stonehell Dungeon , converted from DCC . Some highlights from the Judge himself:

The party camps outdoors in the canyon leading to Stonehell and is attacked by stirges. The wizard gets one stuck right to his chest, pumping out blood. The wizard realizes he doesn't have the strength to pull it out...but he does have the stamina to stand in a campfire until it dies first.

(The PCs)...found themselves stuck in a temple 50' below the main dungeon. They expanded a crack in the wall that connected to the bottom of a pit trap and made it back up.

Way to go Mr Markey!
The year was 2003, and a young entrepreneur named Joseph Goodman set out with the idea to present role-playing adventures in the style that he loved as a kid.
He called that project Dungeon Crawl Classics.

Over the years, Dungeon Crawl Classics has seen many incarnations and designs, but the mission has remained the same: to present the best adventures in the role-playing industry.

And now you can visit those adventures…in order. We’ve put all of the Dungeon Crawl Classics adventures in PDF format in order so that you can go through them and make sure that you have all of them.

These are the adventures that are part of the numerical series. So they do not include the specials, holiday modules, or other releases that were not a part of the series. ( Though we do have all of those noted on our PDF Landing Page as well! )

So go through the whole series! Starting with #0 and running up to #99 you can see the evolution of Dungeon Crawl Classics and experience some of the best adventures out there.