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Friday, 31st May, 2002, 03:56 PM #1
Gallant (Lvl 3)
Time For Another Round Of Iron Dm!!!
Time for another round of the good ole Iron DM
How does this work?
Simple. We get 8 people willing to play (and 3 alternates). I pair people off as competitors and give them a set of 6 "ingredients".
The ingredients are elements that must be used in the designing of a scenario/adventure - which should be written up in overview form - players can be as specific as they like - but detailed stat-blocks and the like are not weighed as heavily as uniqueness and playability of the ideas.
The results are then judged by me and the winner moves on to the next round. . .
So, once we have the 8 players (and alternates) - I will pair people up based on availability. However, we are going to change one aspect of the game - to make scheduling easier - players will have 24 hours from the posting of the ingredients to post their entry - which should give plenty of time for someone who is not immediately around when the ingredients are posted to get their entry done. Entries usually range from half a page to a page and half of writing (three or four paragraphs) - overly long entries run the risk of boring the judge
As usual, we ask that those not involved in a round not post any suggestions or ideas about the posted ingredients.
The Iron DM is a grueling competition, with hard as nails judges (expect to have your scenario picked apart).
I will be posting an example from a previosu IRON DM round soon. . .
So, who wants to play. . . the previous ENworld Iron DM has dibs on playing so he can defend his title.
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