Hail Road Crew! 

We've want YOU to design some stickers! And you can get a prize for the winning design! Plus a reminder on event submission for Bride of Cyclops Con and an anecdote that is truly for the dogs.

Let's get to it!
Something sticky this way comes…

Who doesn’t love a great sticker? The DCC community certainly loves them. And with a creative community like ours, I bet there are some terrific sticker designs just waiting to be created. Therefore, we are happy to announce the DCC Sticker Design Contest! Are you creative enough to design a sticker than the fan community will vote as the BEST? The winning designs will be produced and given away for free by Goodman Games!

The contest runs until September 30. You have plenty of time. Start planning your designs now!
Here are the rules:

  • You design the sticker. It can be in full color or black-and-white. You can hand-draw it, or use graphic design tools. The total size must be 3”x3” or less. The shape can be square, rectangular, circular, oval, or any other shape, as long as no side measures greater than 3”. Kiss-cut stickers (which means custom shapes and even jagged edges) are acceptable.
  • The sticker must include one of the following phrases: DCC, MCC, DCC RPG, MCC RPG, Dungeon Crawl Classics, or Mutant Crawl Classics.
  • You can use special effects (i.e. foil printing, holographic printing, etc.). If you choose to do so, please include with your submission the URL of a sticker vendor who can create the exact effect you’d like. Keep in mind that voting will take place based on your illustrated design, not the finished sticker, so voting fans may not be able to fully grasp your vision for the finished sticker if you use special effects.
  • Multiple submissions are acceptable (and even encouraged!).
  • Email a JPEG of your design to info@goodman-games.com. If you’re using a special effect, you can also submit a modified JPEG digitally mocking up the effect.
  • Deadline for submissions is September 30.
  • Goodman Games will select 3 finalists (or maybe more if the designs are really cool). The finalists will be announced in the days leading up to Bride of Cyclops Con.
  • Once the finalists are selected, the general public will be able to select the winner via online voting. This will take place over Bride of Cyclops Con.
  • The winning sticker design will get produced en masse. The creator will get a big stack, and we’ll also distribute them for free on the Goodman Games online store (probably free with any purchase).
  • The winner will also receive a $100 gift certificate to the Goodman Games online store, and maybe something else cool.

Get your designs ready! The contest has begun! And we’ll find a winner at Bride of Cyclops Con!
That gnawing feeling at the back of your neck isn’t the monster from under your bed, it’s Bride of Cyclops Con letting you know that event submission is now open!
Let’s look at some details.

Judge and Event submission FYI – When you submit events:

  • Please fill out all of the fields
  • Please give descriptions. There is space for an optional long description – please use that!
  • There is a field for special event tracks. We will call out these events in certain ways so please ensure you tell us if your events match one of these tracks: New DCC Players Welcome, D&D 5E, Sword & Sorcery Workshops, or Xcrawl Classics Beta Rules.
  • We ask for an email and an alternate contact method (such as Discord name to use on our Bride of Cyclops Con channels) for judges, so players may contact you. For privacy, you may wish to create a different email or another contact method than your personal one to use for contacting your players. Just make sure it is one you will check often, as players frequently join events at the last minute and will need to know where to log on for your event.
  • Once event registration begins, please make sure you are contacting your players early and often to confirm your online gaming method and links.
In a recent report, Judge James May demonstrates that, in DCC, wizards may have gone to the dogs...

"Last Saturday night I ran the funnel "Not in Kansas Anymore." The 1970's professions made for an interesting game. The party all rolled high initiatives and were able to take out the wizard before he could have a chance to run away. The final hit on the wizard was done by a dog trainer. I adjudicated that the dog trainer could throw dog biscuits like a ranged weapon and then the dog would attack whatever was hit by the dog biscuit. The poor wizard never stood a chance." 

Woof! Great job, Judge James.